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Qualifications and Experience
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, chest pain or any other emergency, please call 911. ***Dr. Sharma specializes in treating patients with Epilepsy*** Anumeha Sharma is a concerned and caring neurologist serving the community of Washington, DC. Dr. Sharma attended Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Ajmer in India, where she received her medical degree. She then completed her residency in adult neurology and fellowship in clinical neurophysiology at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Dr. Sharma is a part of MFA Neurology and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Sharma is sensitive to the uniqueness of each patient's situation and adapts her consultations and treatment options appropriately to accommodate individual needs and concerns.
Verified Patient Reviews
This was among the worst medical experience I’ve ever had. Doctor was in a rush and very frantic. She provided no clear steps for treatment. I would NOT recommend.
Dr. Sharma is really great. She took her time to explain the issue and appears she really cares about patients.
She is a very reassuring doctor with an excellent bedside manner.
Dr Sharma is very knowledgeable and caring. Her nurse Rhonda is also very helpful and accommodating.
Dr. Sharma seemed rushed in her visit with me. It didn't seem like she was concerned and she just wanted to get me out. She didn't take the time to get a full history. Her front desk staff are unfriendly and not knowledgeable. I asked about payment for the visit and the front desk staff didn't know. In addition, they did not provide adequate information about scheduling further tests ordered by the doctor. They just circled a number on a sheet of paper and told me to call that number with no further information. Not professional at all.
It was a teaching hospital, but the students know how to administer care jobs better than many other older doctors.
I thought Dr. Sharma was highly professional. She didn't spend a lot of time with my son, but it wasn't exactly necessary ... just a straight in-and-out kind of neurologist doctor visit to keep the medications going. I did, however, like her recommendations about how my son's future might go concerning his seizures (or lack of them, because the medication works). She talked of aspects of his case that I hadn't thought of before, and both my son and I left feeling like he was in good hands.
Dr. Sharma was thorough in her explanations, but her fellow/resident and her didn't seem to be on the same page. She seemed to forget some of the details her resident briefed her on before she entered the room. I ended up spending about triple the amount of time with the resident than Dr. Sharma, but I guess that's what you sign up for when you choose a learning hospital. I don't have anything particularly negative to say, but this definitely isn't the practice to go to if you need some hand holding and are nervous about your condition. They get right down to business.
This was my first and final visit with Dr. Sharma. I am troubled by a doctor was does not listen to me.
Answered questions thoroughly, reassuring, was seen quickly. Very good experience overall.
Dr Sharma was very accomodating she advices and she listens to her patient patiently.
It was alright. Doc was in some kind of hurry i guessed.