Ratings for Dr. Amy B. Bleyer
I met with Dr. Bleyer two months ago. She was cold and did not seem focused on the appointment when I was in the office. She didn't seem to care about my family history or other information that may be relevant to my current health care and preventative care. I would not recommend this doctor.
I had been seeing Dr. Bleyer for about 3-4 years, and always found her a little cold and distant. The last time I saw her I was given a blood test and told to follow up with it. I did, and after about 5-6 phone calls to her spread between a couple of weeks she NEVER called me back. Her staff did not know what to say and said she was receiving the messages. I don't know why she did this! If you want a caring doctor who will GET BACK TO YOU, do not go to her.
Dr. Bleyer refused to call me back and refused to make time to talk to me about a prescription she gave me. I initially started seeing Dr. Bleyer because she was young - so I thought she would be energetic and would focus on bedside manner/patient care since she was just starting her career. It was the opposite - she was too self important to talk to me (plus, her staff was incredibly unhelpful and rude). Further, I have since learned that her treatments were mis-informed - she is a naive, young doctor with a lot to learn about medicine and patient care. Do not trust your family or friends with her.
I made an appointment with Amy Bleyer and had to cancel the day of due to a horrible stomach bug. The receptionist was nice enough to reschedule me for a couple of months later but only to call me back and say that the doctor no longer would see me since I cancelled the day of. While I completely understand the incovenience I caused, I think it's arrogant and insensitive for her to decide not to see me especially since this was the first time I had cancelled with her. I would not have cancelled had it not been for my stomach upset. Especially since it took me a month and half to get the appointment in the first place. Seems antithetical to what a doctor should be like.
Dr. Amy B. Bleyer's Credentials
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- New York University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1999)
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