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21 Murray Street
New York, NY 10007
0.27 miles
81 Willoughby Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
1.75 miles
I was so ready to write a completely negative review for this practice because I ended up waiting over three hours to see Dr. Marashi, but I'll get to that later. Dr. Marashi was EXCELLENT. He was a great listener, good at explaining everything, and I like his approach to medicine (meaning he didn't just try to throw pills at me). We had a brief consultation, one of his female staff members did an ultrasound (he looked over everything, didn't pass off the work), and then another took blood. This is great if you want to see a great OB-GYN, but aren't quite comfortable with male doctors. I will definitely see him again, and I recommend him to everyone. It was well worth the three hour wait. Why a three hour wait? I was told several times during the waiting process that "he's very busy on Wednesdays." I arrived at 4:20. At about 4:50, the receptionist called my name. I thought I would be called in to be examined but, no. She called me to pay my copay. I was told that there would be a one hour wait because Marashi was busy. I asked the receptionist if I could leave and come back, and I was told that the doctor would not see me if I did this. I told myself that an hour really isn't that long, and sat in the left waiting room. The third installment of Twilight was playing. I ended up watching the movie almost two full times. While I watched the waiting room empty and staff members go home, I asked several times if I would be called soon. Again, I was told "he's busy on Wednesdays" or "he's with a prenatal patient so it takes some time." The staff was nice about it, but still, three hours? Pretty ridiculous.