Ratings for Dr. Leslie Linet
Dr linet is his own staff. You are always able to reach him by phone and personally answers. He is patient kind and understanding. Dr linet has worked with me in many ways including my delay in meeting my financial obligation to him. You just can't find doctors with such compassion today. Dr linet is truly the one to see.
Unfortunately my experience with Dr. Linet was not the same as that of other reviewers. My son asked to be to be tested for ADT at age 17.5, 3 years ago. Dr. Linet confirmed that this was indeed the case within 20 minutes and a prescription for adderall was issued. My son visted the doctor for several months and within this time period the dosage was raised to 60mg which is 50% higher then what many consider to be the maximum dosage. During his treatment my son missed a session and Dr. Linet required him to pay $300. He is the only doctor that I have ever dealt with that did that. Once the dosage was stabilized we got a 3 month supply of the adderall. The prescription expired and I called Dr. Linet to send a new prescription to the pharmacy. Dr. Linet responded that he could loose his license for this and the only way to get another prescription was a 300 visit with him. He claimed that he could loose his license for writing a prescription which was total BS since we wound up going to my son's GP who had no problems phoning in a refill. Finally Dr. Linet indicated on some type of insurance form that he was accepting a lower price ($165) for his services vs the 300 that he actually charged. He did not accept any insurance but it was necessary for me to file claims so that I could be reimbursed through flex spending. My Explanation Of Benefits from the insurance company reflected the incorrect 165 dollar charge and that is all that my flex spending account would reimburse. The result was that I was denied more than 1000 dollars of my own money. When I asked Dr. Linet about this he claimed that he thought he was doing me a favor. When I told him about the 1000 dollars he said that he would reimburse me and said that he was upset that I had offended him. He never sent a dime. After weeks on the phone I was able to find someone sympathetic and get my full reimbursement. My son is now completing his junior year of college, is doing well and has not used adderall in more than a year.
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- Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Of Yeshiva University (Grad. 1968)
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