Ratings for Dr. Kehinde Olorunsola
I was previously with Dr. Melissa Johnson and loved her. My family has been very happy with having Dr. Olorunsola as her replacement. She has a very kind and patient demeanor and is very concerned with getting us back to a healthy lifestyle. We feel that she takes the time to talk to us as well as hear what we have to say.
Writing a review for my mother. She refuses to check out issues my mother has, barely listens to her concerns and will not allow her to go to a specialist if needed. Needs to take issues more seriously! Should have the ability of to switch your doctor if not happy with their services!
Forgets things, get things wrong, scattered brain. Takes 45 mins to a hour past the appointment to get in, and then asks questions she already has the answers to. Asked to fill out a government form never mentioned a cost and then I got a $85 bill in the mail and completed the form with information like she had no idea about my condition which ended up messing things up for me. Finally was accepted by another doctor and cant wait to leave this joke. Glad I had a specialist to go to instead of having to see her.
The worst Dr I have ever dealt with. Totally disorganized. She doesn't seem to have a clue what she is doing. No trust in her at all
I have read the reviews posted here and disagree with the negatives. For me, she's great, and I have friends who feel similarly. I agree that Dr. Sola listens well and doesn't rush through the appointed time. I also agree that at times she may be distracted -- but what doctor wouldn't be these days? She's only human. She has to read a computer screen now rather than her own hand-writing in a chart. Doctors are forced to look at the screen more than the patients in today's "new way". The program they are using is new, and if it's anything like other government jobs, the doctors may not even have been given a lot of training with it. (I'm a teacher, and when the new report cards came out, and the new technology to prepare them, we were handed them. Period. It was on-the-job training for us.) The good thing about today's technology is that patients must take more responsibility for their own health. If the doctor doesn't remember everything, or find it on the screen immediately, the patient can fill them in. It's a relationship and it needs to be built up over time. Give her a chance. Repeat what you want to ask. Look her in the eyes. She's kind and caring.
I have not been very impressed thus far. I have been called in for appointments twice and when I go for the appointment she asks what my visit is for. She is confused when I tell her that she requested the appointment and has no clue, so I get a quick physical or flu shot while I am there anyway. She has twice misread the dates on my file discussing items from years ago, until I pointed out the year on the computer. I just do not feel the confidence that I should have in a doctor.
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