Ratings for Dr. Nina Moadel
I have to agree with the above reviewer. Dr. Moadel is a bit abrasive, in my opinion, and not particularly empathetic or helpful. I didn't mesh well with her, personally. I was just in to talk about typical anxiety/depression, but found another doctor through a friend who seems to take a greater interest in her patients.
When I started treatment with Dr. Moadel, I found her to be knowledgeable of SSRI medications. As time when on, I put my trust into her and followed her instructions to the T. After many months of treatment I had concerns about some of the meds she had been prescribing me. When I voiced my concerns, she got angry with me, as if I wasn't allowed to have my own thoughts on pills that I was taking. I figured her knowledge was more important then her bedside manor, so I keep my mouth shut and continued with treatment. After long term treatment with her, I took a turn for the worse. I needed reevaluation on meds and dosing. At that time, which in my eyes, a life or death situation, she was not available to see me at all. She felt no responsibility for my well being. She left me to suffer alone, telling me she would call me, and never did. I write this to try to prevent someome else from going through the personal hell that I did. I implore you to seek medical help elsewhere.
Dr. Nina Moadel's Credentials
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- Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Of Yeshiva University (Grad. 2002)
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