Ratings for Dr. Jordan M. Balter
Dr Balter 'Jordan' to me, was, well to put it lightly a savior at times. Not only to me but to my friends, family and truthfully any living soul he was capable of helping. What I wouldn't give for one last chance to thank him for enriching my life so very much
Ive been with dr balter for over 8 yrs ..yes he was always late but worth it.. He had a great personality and was very helpful... I will miss him dearly and do not think ill never see another like him or anyone to replace that always seemed to care!!
Dr. Balter is late sometimes but it's usually worth it. I read the other comments. I have never seen him unconcerned about the office. I've never seen him spend more than a few minutes with someone from a pharm company. He usually spends about the right amount of time with me. I've seen a lot of psychiatrists over the years and he is one of the best I've had and certainly the best in the area. I can't imagine him not caring about someone urinating in the waiting room. If that really happened he probably didn't know about it. And running late doesn't always mean that someone doesn't care. None of my doctors run on time and I think they care. They are just busy. I would highly recommend him.
Dr. Balter is absolutely never on time. I saw him for over four years and I can't remember ever waiting less than an hour, and in each new office, the wait time got worse and worse. I finally came to my senses and after being urged by my therapist I started seeing a private pay psychiatrist, and wow, what a difference!!! He had my diagnosis wrong for all 4 years I saw him. I was never in his office for longer than 7 or 8 minutes, and most of the times it was even less than that. Even if I had questions or concerns, he would often start to usher me out of the room before I was ready to be done with the appointment. My final reason for leaving was how both he and his office staff handled an incident in the waiting room where another patient urinated on a chair-instead of removing the chair and cleaning it up, they left the chair there and left us-the patients in the waiting room to warn others not to sit there. When there is only about 8 chairs in a room, seating is at a premium.
Dr. Jordan M. Balter's Credentials
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- New York College Of Osteo Medicine Of New York Institute Of Technology (Grad. 1998)
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