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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Pinkhasov is a Board Certified Internal Medicine physician. He graduated from St. George University and earned his medical degree. He completed his residency at Elmhurst Hospital Medical Center. Dr Pinkhasov works together with his patients to find a method of treatment that will improve their level of functionality and quality of life. Dr. Pinkhasov speaks Spanish and Russian.
Verified Patient Reviews
The office was very old and run down. Every employee was rude and short and had terrible bedside manner. Didnt do a thorough check, and didnt explain anything.
Not going back to this office. They waited 2 hours my 1st visit to tell me they had to cancel. After rescheduling, waited another 1 hour at 2nd visit for them to notify me there werent any technicians to take my blood test. 3rd visit I waited another 2 hours just for the blood test and still havemt gotten my results. ... 2 months later
I was given confirmation that the doctor would see me at my scheduled appointment time, but once I got there, I was told that it will be atleast an hour wait.
HE IS AWESOME!!!!
Dr. Pinkhasov is a fantastic Doctor who really cares about his patients, but the quality of the Office workers desires much improvement. They are not professional and rather rude at times when you ask a question. Confusion regarding patients records seems to be an ongoing problem. Pamela who is in charge of intake information before you see the Doctor doesn't show any concern for having this process taken care of in a timely manner. I have recommended Dr. Pinkhasov to a family member because of the quality of care he provides his patients.
I love Dr. Pinkhasov he was excellent very friendly answered all my questions and made me feel comfortable. But the staff was horribel they were loud and unprofessional. But I will go back because a good doctor is hard to fine I like DR. pinkhasov.
The office staff is very unprofessional, polite, but unprofessional all the same. Upon arrival at the office, there was no one sitting at either of the three windows, only a ledge filled with various clipboards. After about 10 minutes, a woman came out of the back and asked who I was there to see and then told me which clipboard to sign. About 20 minutes later two receptionists returned to their windows with plates of food in their hands. They proceeded to sit at the windows and closed them as they ate their food. After another 15 minutes they opened the windows and began assisting patients. When I was called, I informed the woman that I had scheduled and checked in via ZOCDOC. I was then told that I would have to fill out paperwork because the receptionist forgot her log-in information for the site. She eventually remembered her info and set up a chart. After about an hour in the front, I spent 15 minutes giving my medical history to a medical assistant . This conference was held in a room adjoined to a second waiting room. While asking me personal medical information, the man didn't have the decency to close the door. I had to get up and close it myself. During the last 2 minutes of questioning, a woman came into the room and began asking me the SAME questions that I had just gone over with the man. With ALL of that withstanding, it was still another 2 HOURS waiting and watching people who came in AFTER me, be seen by the doctor. When I FINALLY got in to see thhe doctor, he had no explanation for the now 3 hour wait or for the unprofessionalism of his front office staff.
It was very good