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Qualifications and Experience
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, chest pain or any other emergency, please call 911. Dr. Ramez Andrawis is a caring and experienced urologist serving the community of Washington, DC. Dr. Andrawis earned his medical degree from the University of Cairo Faculty of Medicine in Egypt. He then moved to the United States to complete his residency at the George Washington University. He further went on to complete his fellowship at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in United Kingdom, Montefiore Medical Center in New York and the University of Connecticut in Farmington, CT. Dr. Andrawis is a part of Sibley Urology and is affiliated with the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC. Dr. Andrawis is certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr. Andrawis exhibits his passion for urology in the care and precision he takes with his patients.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. A is an understandingman, has a sense of humor, and listens well to his patient.
The support staff seemed frazzled. I waited in the reception room for over 30 minutes (asked once about the wait time) and then when I was finally taken in the RN said that she was looking at the patient schedule for Thursday, not Tuesday.
Great bedside manner, lovely person, helped in all kinds of ways.
Very professional, easy to talk to.
The doctor was great. The wait was insane -- over two hours to be seen. The office was completely overbooked. It's a big inconvenience to be kept waiting for that long even though the doctor was excellent.
Once the doctor came the visit went at a good pace. The wait was long before he came given that the MFA has a policy of cancelling an appointment if the patient is more than 15 minutes late. With that policy patients should not be waiting for more than 15 minutes for the doctor to show up. Instead GWMFA places the patient in the room and then the patient waits for sometimes more than an hour before the doctor shows up in the room. That must change.
Front desk people are rude and not welcoming. Doctor himself was knowledgeable, but didn't bother explaining me my diagnosis and the treatment plan he had on mind.
He is a fine doctor. I have seen him for years. This particular appointment was disorienting. I was put in a room and sat in it for an hour and the doctor seemed surprised I was there and not fully ready for me. Then I had some bloodwork done. The computer was down and the faculty seemed overworked and again disorienting not knowing what was up.
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Dr. Andrawis has been my doctor for 15 years and has always taken care of me with the latest information available.
My first visitHe was excellent. He had an assistance type all of his comments into the computer, so he could look at and focus on my concerns. He was knowledgeable about my current medication. He explained the before he started. He detailed options for the next step and what the side effects could be.
Every time I have been to see Dr. Andrawis, I have needed to wait a considerable period of time.
MY visit with Dr. Ramez was good, very informative, It's always a pleasure to talk with Dr. Ramez. He is a very good doctor and a nice person. I like him a lot.
It was professional and personable as usual!
Dr Andrews was very alert in listening to my concerns, very thorough also on reading my medical history. He follows up with additional exams to rule out conditions of concern, but is adept at easing your fears --
He is very polite and thorough and was happy to recommend other doctors and treatments.
My visit was good, and always informative. I like DR. Andrawis candid one on one discussions. He always gives me his honest opinion. Dr. Andrawis is very easy to talk to, I really like that. I like DR. Andrawis as a person and my doctor.
My visits with him are both personable and very professional!