Ratings for Dr. Lori J. MacIulla
I have had nothing but FABULOUS experiences with Dr. Maclulla's office for twenty + years. Maybe those who haven't had positive experiences were not communicating. It's important to write down all of your concerns before any appointment with any physician.
I do not trust her a bit. mine was a very expensive experience.
Dr. Lori J. MacIulla's response
Thank you for sharing your feedback with us, and we're sorry to hear that you had a negative experience. We really value patient feedback. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact our Performance Support Manager at 888-774-8428. - Privia Medical Group on behalf of Dr. Lori J. Maciulla
Submitted March 16, 2016
I have been seeing Dr. Maciulla for 5 years. She is very knowledgeable, friendly, and easy to speak with. A couple of years back, I had a problem with my right breast. I was unable to get an appointment with my breast specialist for two weeks!! I decided to call Dr. Maciulla's office. When I told them what the problem was, they asked me if I could come in on that very day. They were quick to respond, ordered a mammogram and followed up. I have recommended Dr. Maciulla to three friends of mine and they are all pleased with her, as well.
I am responding to the Medicare patient's comment below who refused to sign the mandatory ABN papers Medicare requires before any labs are performed. Her refusal to sign the Medicare forms upset not only the staff but also the other patients in the office. Dr. Maciulla was not involved in any of the discussion as she had gone into another exam room. This Medicare patient will become very familiar with these required forms when she visits her future doctors.
After being her patient for many years, I was given a new form to fill out when I went on Medicare. i had questions about what they wanted me to sign, which the office staff could not answer but visibly resented. Both Maciulla and her assistant told me that if I didn't sign, the results of the culture she had just taken "would be dumped n the trash." Both used the identical language on 2 separate occasions. If this is your idea of medical professionalism, respect for patients, and courtesy, you might be comfortable at this practice. I was horrified. I'm a lawyer, & if I don't understand a (badly-drafted) form, I'm not going to sign it just for their convenience. Any doctor who expects this is treating you like a cash cow, not an individual worthy of respect. I hope Dr Maciulla can develop a more ladylike way of getting her thoughts across without threatening & insulting her patients.
Dr Maciulla is a great doc, however she is very unavailable. I'm client of hers for many years and everytime I go to her office I have a feeling that they just care about the money. The appointments last about 5 min and she is always in a hurry. I needed her today for an an emergency, I explained the problem and her staff offered me an appointment 5 days from today. She won't talk over the phone, they won't return calls if there is a cancelation, and she won't refer any other doc. So what is the point of having a doc that can't talk to you when you need? Frustrating...
I went to see Dr. Maciulla after my primary care doctor found a problem with me. She was rude, condescending and completely unprofessional. I realized it was a mistake, and asked her to leave. I would find a better doctor. She proceeded to lecture me, without any full awareness of my health conditions. I would never recommend her to anyone. I've never had a worse medical visit in my life.
Dr. Lori J. MacIulla's Credentials
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- Georgetown Univ Sch Of Med, Washington Dc 20007 (Grad. 1985)
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