Ratings for Dr. Bram D. Zuckerman
Completely misdiagnosed a serious cardiac condition that resulted in a quadruple bypass when examined by another cardiologist. Trusted him and his wife Lilly for years only to discover that many serious conditions that could have been corrected by intervention were missed.
Just my opinion,yet in my fifty years of living this by far was the worst experience I have ever had with a doctor. He was downright rude, unprofessional, beligerant. I came to these conclusions all within a five minute checkup! I now know that there are some doctors who are in the profession to care for patients and others simply looking for a buck.
The doctor's office informed me to fast in preparations for blood withdrawal as part of my physical checkup scheduled on Saturday. However, after my checkup, the doctor told me that the office only withdraws blood on Wednesdays and Fridays, which really pissed me off. In addition, the office messed up with my medical claim by entering the wrong service code. Stay away from this office.
I visited this doctor in 2008 for a required physical and was extremely dissapointed and tramatized. The facility was dated, dirty and unorganized. The nurse/secretary demanded co-pays when I did not need to co-pay and Dr. Zukerman is down right scary. He was unprofessional and insisted on an invasive procedure during a routine physical that I later found out was not needed at my age. He should be reported for his unprofessional behavior. Please do not visit this doctor.
This was one of the worst experiences I have had with a Doctor. He was not knowledgable, in fact when discussing my Insomnia he advised "watching a half hour of TV before bed", or having a glass of wine. I plan to contact Aetna to take him off their PCP HMO list. Also, they did change the bed sheet before/after each patient however the office in general was very old and dirty.
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