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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Aurther E. Feinerman is a Board Certified Internist and Gastroenterologist with a Medical Degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Feinerman completed a Gastroenterology Residency at Boston City Hospital, Harvard Medical Service. Dr. Feinerman also completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and Maimonides Medical Center. Dr. Feinerman is a member of The American Gastroenterology Association and a Fellow of American College of Gastroenterology. Dr. Feinerman speaks English and Hebrew.
Verified Patient Reviews
Old school doctor but very attentive. A bit of a long wait. Office and lobby is outdated too. He’s very kind and professional.
Great guy, great doctor.
I think Dr. Arthur E Feinerman is very knowledgeable and has very good listening skills. I would definitely recommend him to anyone in need of a gastroenterologist.
Dr. Feinerman was very straight forward on his overview of what we would cover in the exams to be performed. The wait time was very short.
Very professional and understanding.
Old school guy. His gear is pretty outdated as well.
I was very pleased with his professionalism. The doctor was very concerned and asked questions at all times. I know I'm in good hands. I have signed a release form to have my medical files be sent to Arthur E . Feinerman , MD to be my primary health care physician .
It was good. He is pleasant and ask you good questions. He seems concerned and genuine and it is important when you are sick I think so I will return and recommend him,
I've been reluctant for a few years to go and get a physical let alone go to the doctor for having a cold. There are a lot of doctors I've been to that treat you as just another patient and are eager to rush you out and call in the next patient. I'm glad to say I've found my new primary care physician that I feel confident in seeing moving forward. I signed in and was called right in. I waited no more than five minutes to be seen. Dr. Feinerman went through my medical history with me. He actually took the time and asked me questions about my family's medical history and mine. He took my height and my weight. I was there because I had a cold. He suggested I get a flu vaccine. I was amazed I could actually have a conversation with my doctor and ask him questions I had. I usually feel rushed when I'm at the doctors but this time it was actually nice to be able to ask him health questions I had. I would highly recommend this doctor to anyone. .
Most wait times at doctor's offices are usually 30+ minutes anyway, but rarely do you find a doctor that is attentive and thorough and speaks to you like an actual human being, not patient #16. Although the wait time WAS a little long, it was well worth it. Dr. Feinerman was very thorough with my physical. Aside from the routine (height, weight, blood pressure, breathing, blood, etc), I felt he did additional examinations that addressed my concerns to try to investigate the source my symptoms. He didn't dismiss any of my concerns but heard me out and explained the different possible causes. Also, even though I had a late appointment, he didn't rush me out.
Patient, thorough, and kind.
Couldn't find the office
Great seasoned Doctor, doesn't rush to conclusions, very thorough, great listener while being time conscious as well; Good manners. Cozy office. Follow up call was scheduled, which I appreciated.
Dr. Feinerman is an old school doc - he sees you himself, does his own blood draws, has a good conversation with you. But he's not comfortable prescribing medications, and prefers to refer patients to someone else to do it. He also moves very, very slowly; I was never seen within an hour of scheduled time, sometimes more than two hours late. His established patients seemed to know this, and would often show up an hour after the time they appears on the schedule.
His views were somewhat warped. He asked me where do I work and when I said I work with the homeless population he said 'oh you work with bums!' It's unfortunate that a doctor could make those type of assumptions. Anyone could find themselves homeless but he automatically looked down on the population. I probably won't keep him as a dr... too insensitive.
Dr. Feinerman made me fe el comfortable and listened to what was going on with me personally.
It was a good visit. The doctor never makes one feel rushed and takes time to answer any questions. Unfortunately, this sometimes results in a backlog of patients and long waiting times.
Dr Feinerman has great bedside manners,and spent time talking and listening to my concerns. I highly recommend him as a GI doctor.
He was very personable, did a thorough history and exam.
Very thorough and thoughtful. Very satisfied.
was my 1st visit...doc was friendly and spend good amount of time with each patient...drawback was extremely long long long wait time....over 1.5hrs for me. said that was cuz the recepetionist is new...they did seem a bit confused.