Ratings for Dr. Paul B. Berez
Dr Berez is a good doctor. However, the appointment has not been punctual. You would spend more time in the waiting room and exam room before Dr Berez is finally in. The waiting interval is at least an hour. I don't recommend a new patient to visit the office.
He knows his stuff, but, is not a very good listener. Also, don't have any plans after your scheduled appointment. If you go after 10am, you are almost guaranteed to be seen at least an hour late. And don't bother to call to see if he's running late. You have to be in the office at the time of your appointment or your appointment will be cancelled. Also, don't bother suggesting that they schedule fewer appointments so they won't have this problem because they won't listen. Oh, I forgot. If you run out of a prescription, don't expect them to call it in for a few days. It usually takes 3 or 4 calls to get them moving. Overall, his knowledge is not worth the aggravation. Good Luck!
Dr. Berez stays up-to-date, and is very careful to explain everything to you. Although he may run late sometimes you can be assured that when your turn comes he will take the time to give you the same quality of care that he gives all his patients. I think so highly of this doctor that I drive an hour and a half to see him every three months.
Dr. Berez is an excellent and caring doctor. He takes time to listen to his patients medical concerns, and goes to great lengths to explain the medical condition and prognosis to his patient. However, this often results in long office visits and waits to see Doctor which can be problematic at times especially if you feel bad or have other scheduled business to attend to that day. In some cases doctors time is so limited, its often difficult to seen by the doctor if you have an emergency such as an injury or sudden onset of an illness. In some cases you may have to contact you medical care provider to intervene and contact the doctor office to get an appointment. Maybe the doctor should schedule fewer daily appointments to compensate for the greater time spent with patients. Reducing the number of scheduled appointments would allow the doctor to spend more time with his patients and leave more slots open for unschedule emergencies.
Dr. Paul B. Berez's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- George Washington University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1981)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- Coventry Health Care