Ratings for Dr. Amarpreet S. Dhillon
Sole practitioner. When my child was born Dr was very short with me in the hospital. I was chatting as any excited new mom would, & Dr basically told me to shh & listen. I was surprised, but thought he just wanted to make sure I would hear what he was saying, so I brushed it off. My child is 1 now. I have been in his office many times for well and sick visits. Scheduling is terrible. They take the next person on the list whether they have an appt or are a walk-in. As a result, I have waited anywhere fron 1.5-2.5 hours to see him for both scheduled/well and sick visits!!! Difficult with any child, especially a newborn who needs to nurse & nap. My child has an injury to the arm & Dr. has twice referred to the wrong arm. Why doesn't he check the file before coming in the room? He sometimes acts brisk & gives vague answers. He never apoligizes for the wait. I sometimes feel he does bloodwork unnecessarily. Staff can be unfriendly & snippy especially if you dare complain about the wait.
My daughter was seen by Dr. Dhillon for over a year. After she was treated for a sinus infection she began to exude a horrid odor from her mouth. We asked the Dr about it, and he really had no suggestions other than what we had tried. After a year, we decided to take her to an ENT. After just talking to us in the office for 4 minutes he said "she has something in her nose." Sure enough! Dr. Dhillon had missed something up her nose even after complaints of something not being right for a year!! Needless to say we never went back. Nasal foreign bodies are not something a pediatrician never sees, and missing it in my daughter shows a very clear lack of knowledge. In addition, he calls everyone Mom. My name is in the chart. Take two seconds and look at the information I spent time filling out for you! I would look elsewhere for a pediatrician.
Dr. Amarpreet S. Dhillon's Credentials
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- Med Coll, Guru Nanak Dev Univ, Amritsar, Punjab, India (Grad. 1978)
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