Rate Dr. Bikramjit S. Ahluwalia
Dr. Bikramjit S. Ahluwalia's Ratings
Submitted Aug. 7, 2014 | flag
The doctor is reasonable and seems to want to help patients. Unfortunately, the staff is mostly rude and incompetent. When the doctor is present, the staff behaves professionally. When he is not, they make it very clear you are bothering them. If you need to rely on the staff for messages, prescriptions, or anything else, you will have a hard time. If the doctor is personally involved, there will be no problem.
Submitted Jan. 19, 2012 | flag
Very helpful and nice always in a good mood like him better than Dr. Thakker
Submitted Oct. 26, 2011 | flag
Dr.Ahluwalia is a very compassionate,helpful,and knowledgeable doctor. He has helped my family very much and I have referred friends and family to him. He also listens to any problem that you may have and spends the time he needs with you to help with that problem.He has also been very helpful with any type of referrels that you may need and this also includes any letters that you may need.Dr.Ahluwalia has been an extreme blessing to our family. Thank You so much Dr.Ahluwalia
Submitted July 28, 2010 | flag
Dr. Ahluwalia is a wonderful doctor! He takes the time to listen and he is the 1st doctor to actually believe me and has been a major advocate for me to get the treatment that is needed! Thank you Dr Ahluwalia for your time, kindness and understanding! I have referred many friends and family to him because of his effeciatness! Dr. Ahluwalia is a GREAT doctor and a person who take pride in his profession and it shows.
Submitted March 8, 2010 | flag
Dr. B. Ahluwalia is a fifth-generation doctor. He is knowledgeable, and listens to you. Due to an error on the part of his staff, I was forced to call him for a refill of medication on a weekend. He took my call while he was doing rounds at the hospital, and then called me back when he reached his office. My prescription was refilled. He does not hesitate to refer patients to specialists and referrals are usually processed in a timely manner - at least the doctor's portion of them. I have what is considered a "rare disease," and he welcomes any material I can bring to him and does not become offended when I try to educate myself on what my medical problems are. I believe he allows the patient to be a part of their own medical team, and this makes me feel very comfortable. The only negative has been some of his staff, but this isn't unusual these days. He does seem to keep a good watch on how his staff is performing, so is probably doing the best he can with what he has to work with.
Submitted Oct. 2, 2009 | flag