Ratings for Dr. Jonathan D. SOLOMON
If you are a medicare-medicaid patient, avoid Dr. Jonathon Solomon. He does not accept medicaid payments. There are many equally good eye surgeons, who will take medicare/medicaid payments and spend more time with you. In addition, Dr. Solomon over promises and is always short on time. My father's cataract surgery was ruined; I asked Dr. Solomon, if there were any chances of my father's eye getting worse; he emphatically replied NO. Now my fathers eye still does not see and he has to put in pain medication for the rest of his life. Most people opine: Dr Solomon is a good surgeon, but our experience tells us, our previous doctor, at Potapsco in Columbia MD was better; gave better care and took medicare-medicaid payment in full. We thought Dr. Solomon would be better, but on the hind side, we were so wrong.
Very aurgumentative, will mislead you and do not listen to patients complaints. Solomon is very onesided. He gets bent out of shape if you complain about a problem. He gave me the wrong lens and did not want to correct it or admit it!!! And got mad if I asked questions. I cant see well now and is seeking a law suit against doc Solomon.
Very rude doctor. I saw him twice because of an eye infection. Because of the infection, I was pressed to find a doctor quickly - big mistake. I went back a third time only to pick up a prescription and will never let him treat me again. Very long office wait time - especially for such an arrogant and rude person who should be anything but, to those who come to him for help. I will now, always, do the research even if I am pressed by time or circumstance, to find a good doctor.
Dr. Jonathan D. SOLOMON's Credentials
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- Temple University School Of Medicine (Grad. 2000)
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