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This office is run by the charm and friendliness of Gestapo prison staff. Expect ridiculously long waits even with an appointnent. Also, though can expect a few interesting characters at the psychiastrists office, this office overrun with many seemingly disturbed and homeless individuals. Further, Dr. Towlin is very unhelpful in difficult situations. I would never have come back here if not for my dire need of a refill on my prescription which he refused to approve for me at the pharmacy.
Just another doctor who has to rush through appointments to make his daily cash quota from the insurance companies. Didn't listen to me or my history but was quick to pull out the prescription pad and write away.
Dr. Tolwin is a kind, thoughtful, attentive, copious doctor. He was the only doctor to correctly diagnose and prescribe the most effective drug for my psychotic son. My son now is out of an institution and living a happy, near-normal life with me. May God bless you Dr. Tolwin, as you have blessed my son with a new life. - S. Weston
God save us from all the L.A. huggy/feely types who want to feel "loved" by their doctors. Dr. Tolwin is fine, informed and while he may not be the most cuddly guy on the block, who cares? He's a good doctor. Period. (As to these ratings, realize they are almost exclusively left by people with an axe to grind. I only found it because I was looking up his number and noticed it on the Google list. I'm sure his satisfied customer have better things to do than leave ratings -- like me -- but I couldn't let someone trash a perfectly good doctor). -- John K.
He seems to be a nice person. He is knowledgeble of new medicines on the market, but not necessarily their adverse effects. He does seem to care about his patients, however it seems he overprescribes drugs and he doesn't inform patients of their side effects. However, he is a nice person - he has beautiful blue eyes.
Doesn't seem to care about his patients. He rushes through the appointment without really listening or explaining what he's prescribing or thinking. He seems oblivious that there's actually a person sitting in front of him that needs eye contact. I think it's time for me to start looking for another psychiatrist for my mother.
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