Ratings for Dr. Kenneth A. Pober
ive been to the doc a few times, and in my personal experience he treats you how you treat your sobriety. if you arent trying, hes not going to try. if you go in, do what your supposed to do when you truly wanna get clean then he bends over back for you. and btw you always have 100 other sub drs to go to
Doctor pober wears the same sweatshirt every week,he does think the problems I have all relates to being on suboxone, which it does not. He is always on time, but only sees me for five or less minutes and I was never was pissed tested ever. Inreguard to that he should not have a doctor before his name. The staff is very nice and respectfull to patients to my knowledge.
Incredibly unprofessional, unkempt, and wont hold eye contact even if he can see you through the dandruff and greasy dead skin coating the inside of his glasses. Incredibly condescending, rude, and supremely arrogant. The single greediest, most incompassionate, and quite possibly manic depressive physician I have ever had the displeasure of dealing with.
I have been treated by Dr. Pober for ten years and although I haven't seen him for several years due to moving, I found him to relate very well to his patients. He had such empathy and when he felt he should refer to a specialist he found the best one. However, he usually was able to diagnose and treat successfully. He was also quite accessible, unlike many arrogant physicians.
Very unprofesional! I've never had a doctor YELL and swear at me and make assumptions like he did. I was taken back and could not belive he would talk to anyone like this. Long term patient, new patient, or future patient there is no reason for him to talk to anyone like that. I DO NOT RECOMMEND GOING TO THIS DOCTOR EVER!
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- Univ Di Bologna, Fac Di Med E Chirurgia, Bologna, Italy (Grad. 1976)
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