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Dr. Richard Siegel is a caring and diligent endocrinologist based in Boston, MA. Dr. Siegel earned his medical degree from Union University. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Boston University Medical Center Hospital. He continued his training by completing a fellowship in endocrinology at Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Siegel is board certified in endocrinology, diabetes & metabolism by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is a part of Tufts Medical Center and is affiliated with Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA. Dr. Siegel was voted “Top Doctor” by the Boston Magazine and the U.S. News and World Report. Patients trust Dr. Siegel’s expertise because he consistently provides high quality care that leads to positive and lasting health outcomes.
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Dr. Siegel is an excellent physician who is highly knowledgeable and who truly cares about his patients.
Amazing professional and team
Dr. Siegel is always helpful and patient as he answers my questions. The office is friendly and respectful. It is easy to make an appointment, and they are extremely punctual.
I was extremely impressed that Dr. Siegel took the time and spent a lot of time during my consultation in regards to reviewing my Diabetes Type 2 care. He was very thorough, made fantastic recommendations and for the first time since my diagnosis, I was not embarrassed about the fact that I am slightly over weight. He devised a plan working with him, a nutritionist as well as an exercise schedule. Caring = Success!!! Thank you Dr. Siegel.
Careful well-informed physician who listened well and explained clearly.
My experience with Dr. Siegel was outstanding. However, his office staff was less than helpful. I waited nearly 15 minutes to make an appointment while the secretary spent her time with a single patient who wanted a complete copy of her record, which she was given after extensive photocopying, and then extensive discussion with the patient about why the doctor had not helped her. The secretary seemed to be unaware that I was waiting all this time until I finally broke in and asked for an appointment, which took less than 1 minute to provide.