Ratings for Dr. Nikolas Tsandelis
My OB GYN was off for the weekend when i went into labour, so being on call Dr Tsandelis stepped in. I was at 38 weeks, first baby, with a tilted uterus. Labour lasted way too long. By the end, both my baby and I weren't doing well. I did consent to whatever was needed, but by the time she was in the most trouble, it had to be a vag delivery. It was a close call. I was on oxygen and panicked, in pain, even after two epidurals, and baby's heart rate was dropping. He got her out, tried the room incubator but it wasn't working. So he ran out of the room with her in his arms, held close to find another. In @ 5 minutes, they brought her back and handed her to me. She was a bit jaundiced after birth and hard to breast feed at first. She didn't gain right away. The intern stiched me up and all was good with me. To this day, I believe he saved both of our lives. Ad I'm eternally grateful. I saw some issues with bedside manner in the comments. It wasn't him I had any problem with. It was the hospital's nurses. If they can't deal with a woman in labour, they don't belong in that dept. And IMO some of them don't/didn't. Dr Tsandelis was awesome!
The staff make any trip to his office a horrible experience! The receptionist is rude, and snappy. She seems troubled/bothered to want to rebook appointments or answer the phone. The nurse is extremely forgetful, asks the same questions multiple times in a row seems like a space cadet.
Dr. Tsandelis is a very smart man. If you ask him questions he will take the time to answer them, even with a fulll waiting room and after coming off of a night shift. He was my OB and would have him again for a future pregnancy. His receptionist can come off as rude but if you are overly friendly with her she will be nice. But I don't blame her, I got annoyed listening to patients complaining about the most ridiculous things which she had no control over. Dr. T is for you if you like someone who is straight to the point and doesn't sugarcoat anything.
He did my total abdominal hysterectomy. In doing so, prior to the surgery he was never ever clear about anything that was going to happen (except covering his bases) but worse, he seemed dumbfounded that I had a lot of questions about my situation. His answers were seldom clear and I went into the surgery not knowing what was really going to happen. After? Can’t get a hold of him at all, period. Nearly two months after surgery and suffering ill effects, I’m considering hiring a lawyer.
In 2012 I gave birth to a wonderful child. It was a C section. Dr.Tsandelis and stuff did an amazing job, and we'll be forever grareful. Thank you!!! It's true that I needed to wait on waiting room for long time, but close to my delivery it was shorter. He's has lots of patience, and we have to understand that waiting time. He has all my respect and admiration. Thank you very much!!
He was my ob for both of my pregnancies. There was some issues in uterus with my first daughter and he sent us to Mac right away. With our second pregnancy he was very thorough and sent us to GRH with an induction date right away. He is very knowledgeable and knows his stuff
I have been looking for a doctor to do a partial hysterectomy for 8 years , every doctor has pushed other things on me to help with my problems because they don't feel comfortable doing it on someone my age. they all told me to just wait till i am 30 even though I need it done. Dr. Tsandelis listed the same thing every other doctor did ( just to cover his butt i am sure) , he has me booked in with no fighting and no you are to young bull .
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- Coventry Health Care