Ratings for Dr. Michael J. Lucherini
The receptionist was rude and incompetent. She entered me into the system as a female and refused to change it. (I am obviously a male.) I was given forms indicating that I am a female to present at the lab. This lack of professionalism is startling. I called to rectify the situation and no one answers. No one returns the calls, either. So, I wasted my time and I am unable to follow up with the needed lab work and tests. Outrageous!!!
I have gone to Dr. Lucherini for years ONLY because he has helped my condition immensely. Waiting times are usually awful but he does spend an adequate amount of time with you when you do get in. Communication with office is nearly impossible, either unavailable or hard to understand. I do not go to him for specific well care as he has proved unsympathetic to increased concern regarding abnormal test results. Otherwise, he has done wonders for my asthma and has eliminated it from being an issue in my life.
I looked for a doctor that had good skills and was on time. I thought that the doctor's staff did a great job getting me in to see Dr. Lucherini, and he spent as much time as I needed to answer all my questions. I am so glad I decided to change doctors to come and see him.
What a wonderful doctor! I have a child with a rare illness and he is the first to understand and care what is going on. He makes sure that my questions are answered 100% at every visit and always tells me to call if I think of anything else. He never makes me feel neurotic or like I'm wasting his time. Great bedside manner. I work in a medical office, and have recommended him to all of my patients. My whole family sees him now. I am constantly amazed by his wealth of knowledge. I have no complaints.
My parents have both been patients of Dr. Lucherini for years. I myself am in the medical field and it really amazes me that he can run an office like this. The entire office is rude,condecending completely inept. The Dr himself has become impatient and rude. My mother would rather go to the ED than call her own doctor! It'a time to go elsewhere. It's just a shame.
Dr. Michael J. Lucherini's Credentials
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- University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine (Grad. 1994)
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