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Qualifications and Experience
Prateek Chapalamadugu is a skilled and capable gastroenterologist caring for the New York, Brooklyn, and Bronx, NY communities. Dr. Chapalamadugu obtained his medical degree from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. He also completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in gastroenterology at Winthrop University Hospital. Dr. Chapalamadugu works for a private practice. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, the American College of Physicians, and the American Medical Association. He received outstanding second year medicine resident award by Winthrop University Hospital. Outside of his practice, he enjoys football, basketball, and soccer. Patients trust Dr. Chapalamadugu's expertise because he consistently provides high quality care that leads to positive and lasting health outcomes. He is sensitive to the uniqueness of each patient's situation and adapts his consultations and treatment options appropriately to accommodate individual needs and concerns.
Verified Patient Reviews
In my opinion i believe he is a great doctor, very attentive and patient. He listened to all my concerns and guided me on the right path where i needed to be. I would definitely recommend him.
Doctor was awesome; the office was very, very strange / unprofessional. I'd happily go recommend Dr. Chapalamadugu - he saw me quickly, he answered my questions, and gave me clear next steps. Regarding the office: First, I *really* hate when I complete my patient information paperwork on Zoc Doc ahead of time and then have to do so again at the office. This seems like a real efficiency opportunity. Also, it's weird that they don't accept cards and don't announce that anywhere. It was even weirder when I said, "no problem, I'll go get cash" that the receptionist asked if she could hold onto my ID because she didn't know if "she could trust me" and that "she didn't want to end of having to pay out of her own pocket." Why would she? I told her that I was not comfortable leaving my ID with her. After waiting a few minutes for her manager, the receptionist just let me go get cash. I came back, paid, and she wrote me a receipt (from a handwritten receipt book). My recommendation is to modernize the office systems or perhaps operate from a different practice.
Office is weird but doctor is awesome
Very nice guy. I felt he listened to me and responded thoughtfully, specifically to my case.
Professional and educational.
Great bedside manner. Easy to talk to, and he listens to your complaints.
The doctor is very nice, he listened to me and asked questions. I didn't feel rushed at all during our appointment. The waiting time was ridiculously long and the office was not busy. My appointment was for 11:35am and at 12:05 pm I had to go up to the desk to ask if he was running on time. I had another appointment at 2pm across town which is why I made this appointment for 11:35am. If I hadn't asked I probably would have sat there for much longer.