Dr. Oluyemi Badero, MD

Cardiologist

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687 Lenox Rd, Brooklyn, NY, 11203
1932 Rockaway Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11236

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Dr Oluyemi Badero obtained his first medical degree- MBBS from Obafemi Awolowo University (formerly University of Ife), Nigeria. He also worked in reputable hospitals in Nigeria before immigrating to the USA in 1988.

Dr. Badero received his internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at SUNY Downsatate – Kings County Hospitals, Brooklyn, New York, where he also served as a Chief Resident.

He completed three separate Fellowship training programs in critical care medicine,Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional cardiology. The latter at Yale University Program, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Dr Badero is triple board certified making him one of a very few African Americans Specialists in his field.

Having completed and unprecedented nine consecutive years of post graduate training in the USA, he is a highly regarded in the filed of cardiology.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and an active member of many other professional organizations, including American Medical Association, National Medical Association, and Association of Black Cardiologists.

Dr Badero is a recipient of several awards and prizes for academic and scholastic excellence. He is widely published in several peer review journals and neighborhood magazines.

He was recently honored by the New York State Assembly (May 2003). The highest honor he has received to date was the citation given on him at the United States Congress.

However, the best and most cherished award (according to Yemi) that he has received so far is the Great Ife Alumni award for Excellence and Distinction in the fall of 2004.

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Great doctor, would definitely recommend him.

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Wouldn't recommend here ever unless it's a emergency. Had a appointment for 3:30 got there at 3 didn't get seen til 5:02. The whole time the doctor wasn't even in, he came or showed up at 4:30 like it was cool.

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My view is the Doctor was not friendly and did not listen to my complaint or give me precise feedback of his findings.

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I was very satisfied I did have a long wait but I see why. He is a doctor that tends to each patient with care and his full attention. He's a great doctor and has very good staff. I was pleased and will definitely continue to go to him.

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Great

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It was great the office staff was very professional but the office need to be up dated ,like having credit card machine available .

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My appointment was for 5pm; I arrived 45 minutes prior to my appointment and wasn't seen until 7:30pm. The doctor has miss billed my insurance and because they are to lazy to re-bill using the correct billing codes they decided to send me a bill for the service, NEVER AGAIN!

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Excellent

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Wasn't on time and in felt I had no privacy cause his assistant would always stay in room

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He gives personal attention even though the place is busy

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Very pro like

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I was about 20 mins late for my appointment , but still had to wait almost 2 1/2 hours for a 10 talk with the doctor, for her to tell me nothing is wrong with me. She did no test just simply stated nothing was wrong with me based off of a few questions

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The visit with Oluyemi Badero, MD was very informative and straight to the point. He made me comfortable with the entire examination.

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Very good, no problem

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Excellent Dr. he takes the time to answer all questions you may have and explains everything thoroughly

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If you like to wait 2+ hours to see a doctor in a small claustrophobic office while inexperienced staff attend to your needs then by all means make and appointment.

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I was very impressed .He ask all the right questions,and I was very comfortable.

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In this fast pace and constantly changing profession of health and medicine Dr. Badero, truly is a consistently outstanding and amazing doctor. He takes the time with each patient to ensure that they leave his office will no uncertainty. All of my personal question an inquiries were addressed during my visit. Dr. Badero uses the most up to date medical technology and equipment which provides rapid result such as the EKG/sonogram . Also, what I noticed most about my visit today was the friendliness of his staff and the immaculate cleanliness of Dr. Bedero's entire medical office.

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My dad said he was wonderful,

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My appointment was at 3:30. I arrived at the office 10 minutes before my scheduled time to be told that the doctor was not yet in the office. I was finally seen close to 6:00. He is a great doctor, but I will never go again due to that experience.

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Dr Badero is an excellent cardiologist!!! I would totally recommend just make up you mind for the looooong wait.

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Never keeps appointment times, receptionist lies about the times the doctor will be there. When you go to the appointment for your scheduled time, he's not even in his office yet.

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He kept multiple people waiting for hours before he even came into the office.

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Pleasant. Addressed my concerns. Wait time was just terrible. But he does have loyal patients who doesn't mind waiting.

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Good

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A professional with a personal touch...

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Extremely professional and very personable!

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He's a great Dr looking forward to seeing him again

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He was very helpful and made sure that you knew what you were being treated for and how the body works.

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Excellent a friendly doctor

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Very thorough

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Good doc. Great bedside manner.

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The office staff did not operate in a very professional manner. Their attitude seems to carry the complacency of the Caribbean. As a matter of fact I called twice and left messages for the doctor to call me back and never received a return call. I wanted to discuss something about my procedures. I called a third time and this was to request a transfer of all my medical records to another doctor. I was completely disappointed so I changed physicians.

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Dr. Badero was very good at answering all my questions. He was very clear and supportive. Great doctor!

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Great

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I felt comfortable expressing my illness and I await the outcome.

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This doctor is very good and extremly educated.

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While he is an informed doctor, his bedside manner needs help. Apparently a medical student came into my room first to ask me a series of questions. When Dr. Badero arrived, he ignored me and was rough with the student. When I saw that he was not interested in greeting me, I tried to take the initiative to introduce myself to him. He came off annoyed, waved his hand and told me that he was trying to teach the student. After a few minutes, he then looked up, as if I just magically entered the room, and put on a fake smile and greeted me. Very strange. I work in a medical school so I know how students are taught to deal with their patients and this is not the way.