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New York-Presbyterian Hospital

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

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25 reviews

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The worst experience a human can experience. They killed my father with there lack of knowledge of limphoma cancer. The doctor or the car dealer by the name of Dr Allen is lacking in bedside Manor. He gave my father 6 months to live my father died 3 weeks later. This doctor should be practicing sales nothing more. If you are ever faced with this so called doctor ALLEN you need to RUN or make funeral arrangements and say goodbye to your family. They only care about your insurance coverage not your health the staff is MIA and when they are around they are rude and understanding professional SHAME ON YOU.

flag | Submitted November 21, 2018

5
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The care was excellent! Spent two nights and everyone tried to make me as comfortable as possible.

flag | Submitted September 26, 2018

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Family member treated here. High infection rates. Poor service. Slow to get tests done. Poor communication from doctors.

flag | Submitted January 27, 2018

5
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My moms second time having heart surgery at NY Presbyterian and it wasn't just a fluke. Both times she and her whole family were treated with dignity and kindness . We did not encounter one person from check in, nursing staff, doctors, staff who brought her meals, cleaning people, every technician, even the people who parked cars. Amazing place with amazing people!

flag | Submitted December 18, 2017

5
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Is a good hospital nice people working i love it

flag | Submitted October 13, 2017

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I went in to have mitral vavle surgery and had a bronchospasm. So couldn't do the robotic heart surgery. Then when found out I had a sore throat and wheezing. I was told I shouldn't go under general ansthis like that it's dangerous. So dr t sloane guy told me when I was leaving to cure myself . He can see me in the hospital with heart failure. And he's not doing my surgery. I think he thought he was the only surgeon in nyc. Nasty talking drs in there and don't care about you

flag | Submitted September 3, 2017

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Not what it used to be. Go somewhere else. Very dirty. Very high regarding infection ratings.

flag | Submitted June 3, 2017

5
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5
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5
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New York Presbyterian Hospital in NYC gets five stars from me because they are the reason I am able to enjoy my life again. I am twenty years old, I was involved in a minor car accident when I was 18. I ended up having a herniated/bulging disc leaning on my sciatic nerve in my lower lumbar spine between L4 and L5. At first I wasn't able to walk at all for about 5 months after getting multiple shots in my spine I could finally stand up again but it was only masking the pain temporarily. I was not able to stand up for more than five minutes without it resulting in excruciating pain shooting down my leg . Little things like doing the dishes and taking the shower was almost impossible without a chair. For two years if I left the house it was most likely to go to a doctors appointment. I went through every type of therapy option available. I avoided surgery by all means like most doctors recommend at my age. I was told by two different surgeons that there was no surgery that was going to help me and that I would have to deal with it. I am a strong person and I can take a lot of pain but I couldn't deal with that pain for the rest of my life it would have drove me crazy. Anyway thankfully I was recommended to Dr. Kai-Ming Fu who worked at the New York Presbyterian and took my insurance. He took a look at my MRI and said that he could help me. I will spare you the details but I will say that Dr. Fu is a great doctor. I would recommend him to anyone with a spinal injury because he definitely knows what he is doing. Everyone from the front desk to the nursing staff was very pleasant and comforting. I was there a total of four separate appointments and I can honestly say I did not have any issues or complaints what so ever. It has been seven weeks since my surgery and I am finally standing tall with no time limit and no pain. No more pain, no more sleepless nights of pain, no more doctors, no more shots, and no more limping. Thank you Dr. Kai-Ming Fu and the all of the staff at New York Presbyterian Hospital you rally did give me my life back.

flag | Submitted August 16, 2016

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Waiting time and the staff not good at all. Could do a lot better and some doctors seem to just not care

flag | Submitted February 6, 2016

5
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5
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5
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5
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I can only comment on my own experiences, which have been very good. My urologists are connected with this hospital. I have had three transurethral bladder surgeries—one for the resection of a tumor (malignant but successfully removed) and two for purposes of biopsy (shockingly to my surgeon, both were negative). My anesthesiologist and her staff are first-rate in terms of their compassion, kindness, humor, knowledge and proficiency. I can say the same for pre-op and post-op personnel. I had never been hospitalized before, and I was scared. I truly felt that I was in good hands from my early-morning admission through afternoon discharge.

flag | Submitted January 15, 2016

Doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Dr. Jan Quaegebeur

Dr. Jan Quaegebeur

30 reviews

Latest Rating

I had a rare condition called double-chambered right ventricle (DCRV), dr Q performed my surgery, he is an artist, very smart and precise. I discovered my condition ... Read more

Dr. Jeffrey A. Ascherman

Dr. Jeffrey A. Ascherman

42 reviews

Latest Rating

Truly a compassionate and highly skilled professional.

Dr. Jeffrey D. Fisher

Dr. Jeffrey D. Fisher

15 reviews

Latest Rating

I have been going to Dr. Fisher for over 15 years. He is an excellent diagnostician. He LISTENS to you. He is always accessible. I have seen him in the last 2months ... Read more

Dr. Douglas C. Schottenstein

Dr. Douglas C. Schottenstein

Outstanding Staff Badge
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113 reviews

Latest Rating

he was thorough and honest - extra cautious/safe but i guess thats a good thing

Dr. Menachem Mendel Shem Tov

Dr. Menachem Mendel Shem Tov

12 reviews

Latest Rating

If there were 10 stars possible, Dr. Shem Tov would rate them! He is highly competent, extraordinarily kind, and applies a high degree of emotional and medical inte... Read more

Dr. Daniel Goldin

Dr. Daniel Goldin

11 reviews

Latest Rating

He is one of the last great younger primary care docs in NYC. I almost don't want others to find out about this secret great doc!

Dr. Norman J. Pastorek

Dr. Norman J. Pastorek

Outstanding Staff Badge
World Class Punctuality Badge
Exceptionally Helpful Badge
Highly Knowledgeable Badge
52 reviews

Latest Rating

My experience with Dr. Pastorek and his office was hands down the best experience with a physician I have ever had. From the initial consultation, from which I was c... Read more

Dr. Anate Anate Brauer

Dr. Anate Anate Brauer

14 reviews

Latest Rating

I have seen several REs and found Dr Brauer extremely informative, honest and genuine. So far it has been a smooth experience thanks to her and her staff (especiall... Read more

Dr. Alan A. Dechiario

Dr. Alan A. Dechiario

8 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. D is one in a million. He has been my primary care doctor for approximately 15 years since I moved back to New York. I have high expectations for service provi... Read more

Dr. Henry M. Spinelli

Dr. Henry M. Spinelli

53 reviews

Latest Rating

I had my surgery of removal of a benign tumor on my right upper jaw. surgery involved removal of the partial jaw, orbital floor and the entire set of teeth of the ri... Read more


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