Rate Dr. Thomas Wisler

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Dr. Thomas Wisler's Ratings

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Submitted Aug. 9, 2014 | flag

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Dr. Wisler was my primary for approx20yrs His bed-side manner is so gentle, patient and an excellent listener. I do have health issues which required me to visit PAMF frequently. Dr. Wisler always knew which questions to ask, because at times I would play down my condition. Dr. Wisler eventually became the primary physician for both my parents until they both eventually passed away. Dr. Wisler always makes himself reachable by phone if needed. During all my years at PAMF I never experienced a negative experience when seen by other doctors , lab worrk, xrays, mri, etc. My reason for leaving pamf is because I moved to another city and was not close enough to remain as Dr. Wisler's patient. Every patient deserves a good physician like dr. Wisler.

Submitted Jan. 18, 2013 | flag

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Dr. Wisler has been my doctor for as long as I can remember. He's easy to talk to, knows my medical history which is reflected in his questioning and treatment, and seems up to date on medical treatments and cures. I have great confidence in his diagnosis and treatment. I would recommend him to others.

Submitted Jan. 22, 2010 | flag

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Dr Tom Wisler is a superb doctor. Unlike the previous reviewer, I have found Tom to connect very much on a human level. He has helped me manage a long term health problem with both care and science.

Submitted Jan. 25, 2008 | flag

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Dr. Wisler has been my primary doctor for as long as I can remember. He's taken good care of me over that time, and is clearly someone who knows his stuff. I've never had any serious health problems, so I can't comment on his ability to respond to them. However, he has done a good job of charting out my health challenges for the future. In my eyes, Dr. Wisler's greatest weakness is that he can be too clinical. Although he makes a point to ask about my other family members (who were all under his care at some point), I still feel that he has trouble connecting at a human level; sometimes the relative gravity of one or another issue is not clear. Furthermore, whenever I visit Dr. Wisler, it feels as though every second with him is being accounted for. Getting a doctor inside a clinic like the PAMF has many advantages -- you can lean on their other resources. Price is not one of them, however; a visit can cost $300+. Fortunately, the PAMF accepts all PPOs.

Submitted May 7, 2006 | flag



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