Ratings for Dr. Tim G. Paschalis
When my ex husband was diagnosed with liver failure we saw Dr. P. Although Wayne died with in a few months he made sure he was never in pain. Thanks be to God we had him. For thouse who are complaining get on the govt health care systemn and see how bad it can get.
Dr. Paschalis and his PA have been nothing but the best for treating me and my husband, Most of the time we can get in on the same day. They have great Hospital Manners. He will find out what your problem is!!! We have referred several of our family and friends to him and they were all very pleased. The people that complain about him need to change Dr's they don't know what the BEST is.
Dr. Paschalis needs to replace a number of his staff members. They are rude and hinder good patient care. Dr. Paschalis is not available to his patients and I do not think he would be the best doctor to see if you are truly interested in taking care of your health. This is sad because as a person he is a nice guy and has the potential to be a good doctor.
My mother has been seeing Dr. Paschalis for several years. Since that time, her condition has done nothing but get worse. I am 50 years old and have been to many doctors in my lifetime - some good and others not so good. Dr. Paschalis is truly the worst doctor I have ever come across. His staff is rude (to the point of slamming a door in my face when I asked to speak with someone else). You can tell that they are not empowered to do anything. I question Dr. Paschalis ethics. The hippocratic oath states, "I will apply dietetic measures for the benefit of the sick according to my ability and judgment; I will keep them from harm and injustice." My mother by no means has been treated according to this. He should be ban from practicing medicine and have his license revoked. I realize the internet is for complaining, and I have never written a bad review of anyone. However, I feel so strongly about this, I do not want others to be harmed by this man or his staff.
Dr. Paschalis was an absentee doctor for all but one of my appointments. I always saw a PA which for what I was there for it really didn't matter. I have been going to him for 6 or 7 years and met him only one time. His PA's have been wonderful, and confer with him so I feel confident that what is being done is correct. One thing negetive would be that when they write a perscription for a year, and the perscription shows it is for a year, they don't allow enough refills to complete the year... 12 months --- 12 refils...math isn't difficult..
Dr. Paschalis and his staff are professional and personable. Dr. Paschalis has taken care of my entire family for quite some time. He was my Grandmother's doctor (while she was in TX) and is my Father's doctor, my doctor and my daughter's doctor. Dr. Paschalis and staff listen to my concerns and weighs them out with lab work. They do not only go by the lab work, they pay attention to symptoms and for me, that is all the difference in the world. I suffer with thyroid issues and sometimes the lab work shows everything is okay but I feel poorly. The medication is adjusted to compensate and I feel healthy again. Most doctors only go by the lab work and statistics. I appreciate not being just a statistic. They realize not all our bodies work exactly the same. Since going to him I have maintained thyroid function, lost weight and quit smoking! I don't expect them to be God and they don't expect perfection from me either! Amazing Doctor and staff!
I had a very bad experience at this Office. I received an incorrect bill from Dr. Paschalis. My health insurance said they need to correct and resubmit. Three months have gone by and no resolution. Their staff was very rude to me sayingg how did I know the codes were incorrect that if I went to medical school. THis is unacceptable, how can they treat people so rude. They haven't appoligized to me or even corrected the invoice.
We have been with Dr. Paschilis for a dozen years now - that speaks for itself. His manner is reserved at first, but will warm as he senses the patient to be open to that. He is ehtjusiastic and confident, but will not hesitate to refer you to a specialist. My wife was struck with West Nile Disease a few years ago - I think that this was Dr. P's first exposure to the ailment - but he brought in the right specialists and made a cautious but correct prognosis that my wife would pull through relatively unscathed. His staff is enthusiastic and helpful, BUT I would not have said that a few years ago - I was on the point of moving elsewhere - but it seemed that there was a change overnight after he overhauled his office. It runs very smoothly in a patient-friendly manner and I doubt he would let things slip again. He seems to work well with our specialist doctors. We rarely have to wait more than fifteen minutes in the waiting room. We give him two big thumbs up
Dr. Tim G. Paschalis's Credentials
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- University Of Texas Medical School At Houston (Grad. 1994)
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