Ratings for Dr. Murray B. Gordon
Dr. Gordon and his incompetent staff have done nothing but strip me of the ability to live a normal life. The staff is extremely difficult to reach. When you call and leave a message you will rarely receive a call back and if you are “lucky” enough for them to communicate with you they have poor attitudes and are very rude. I will be seeking treatment elsewhere due to the fact that my condition has worsened exponentially while following the strict orders given to me by the doc and his staff. When addressing those issues, the reluctancy to alter treatment in accordance to prevalent symptoms has been astonishing. Poor treatment on behalf of all who have been involved.
Dr. Gordon is one of the leading endocrinologists in the U.S. and in the world. He is continuously involved in national and international research and studies. I have been a patient with Dr. Gordon for more than ten years, and I travel more than fifty miles to continue to see him. The staff is polite and caring and I understand the office visits cannot always be on time due to the non-scheduled high demand for his time and knowledge. His diagnosis for me was quite complicated, he explained everything in detail and took the time to answer all of my questions. The treatment determined for me was specialized and he remains completely thorough unlike my local endocrinologist. I may not be alive today if it were not for his expertise.
I have seen many endocrinologists for my hypopituitarism. None of the others managed to get it under control the way Dr Gordon has, he is truly the best endo I have ever had. He is very knowledgeable and is happy to answer any question you may have in a clear manner which is very easy to understand. The rest of his staff (particularly Kelly his research assistant) are wonderful.
I've had good experiences at this office. The staff is efficient and shows concern. I've only waited about 10 - 20 minutes to see the doctor, who is friendly and considerate. He has never taken a phone call during my appointment and he actually sits down to talk with me (unlike some other doctors I've visited). As far as his program, he found a treatable problem that had gone undiagnosed for some time, even though I had gone to many other doctors. So far,I'm feeling better. One wish though... I would like him to voluntarily talk more and educate me more about his findings and my issues. Oh, one more comment. He accepts Medicare insurance for which I am so grateful.
Dr. Murray B. Gordon's Credentials
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- Albany Medical College Of Union University (Grad. 1977)
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