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Qualifications and Experience
In addition to focussing on breast cancer, Dr. Dialecti Voudouris also works in the areas of lymphoma, leukemia, chemotherapy induced anemia and blood coagulation disorders. Before entering private practice she was a hematology-oncology researcher at Lenox Hill Hospital NYC where she has been an Attending Physician since 2002 and a Cancer Committee Member since 2005. She is also Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at Mt. Sinai Medical School of Medicine NY. Since 2002 Dr. Voudouris has been on the Upper Manhattan Advisory Board for the American Cancer Society, on the Steering Committee for the East Harlem Partnership for Cancer Awareness, and second Vice President of the Hellenic Medical Society of New York. From 1998 to 1999 Dr. Voudouris was President of the Lenox Hill Hospital Housestaff Association in New York City.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Voudouris was very personable. She was willing to take the time to find out my medical history and was open to answering all of my questions and did her best to clarify my health concerns
The office staff booked me for an appointment but then a day later had to reschedule me. When I got to the office I had to wait an hour for her to finally see me, and when she did I felt like I was being rushed so she could see the next patient. She seems like she means well but talks very quickly and was seeing other patients at the same time and bouncing from one room to the next. She told me to call her a week later to discuss my blood test results and boy was that a process with her and the office staff. I called 4 times the first day and was told I would get a call back, but never did. The next day, same process, but was told I would get a call back in 15 min. They must've forgot because an hour and a half went by and I had to call them again. I finally got through to her to discuss my results which only took 5 minutes. Overall I just did not feel like an important patient.
She is very personable and knowledgeable. She helped me with all my questions,
I've followed up to try and get my lab results 3 times now. Primary care was not sent my results either. Phlebotomist was not professional or prepared for what to do in case of patient feeling faint. I at least knew to put my head between my legs.
My visit with the dr was Ok but I felt I was,being rushed where I didn't get a,chance to mention other things that was going on with me physically
I will not go to Dr. V again. She coded my procedures wrong, which overcharged my insurance. She also sent my labs all the way to California. Do we not have labs in California. The lab bill said I had a Bone Marrow procedure. After talking to a rep, she said that is an umbrella term that they use. I am not a dummy. Please proceed with caution. I wanted and need a white blood cell count and nothing more.
Wonderful, caring, intelligent, attentive, provider. Would highly recommend to others.