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08/24/2017
By: Tiffany J.
Patrycja Czenowski DR
Had tests done 3 weeks out. I finally call while they're open, the 2nd time no answer I leave a message to receive my results. Four business days later I call again. They're reason for not calling back was "we're really busy". I get a printout & realize they didn't test me for the very reason I made the appointment. This is the 2nd time I specifically made this appointment to get this specific test done and they didn't do the test. I have to wait another year b/c of insurance. I requested to speak to the doctor about my results and this test, I have waited for 2 days for a response.Finally I said, I'll just write a review about her because this is not how you treat patients and others who aren't as assertive will be mistreated. They should know before they walk in the door. Understaffed/ minimum 3 hr wait
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09/24/2015
By: Jae'lyn W.
Patrycja Czenowski DR
Dr. C will prescribe medication to you without really explaining anything about it, then she leaves right out of the room, so you don't even have time to ask about it. I had an allergic reaction to it and had to go to the hospital. She doesn't deserve my 1 star.
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07/13/2015
By: Ava C.
Patrycja Czenowski DR
I will start off my review by stating that all the reviews I have previously written have been for great services that I have received. This is my first poor review and I am stating all facts as I have experienced them. Dr. Czesnowski (otherwise asked to be called Dr. C) is what you call an "in and out doctor". I have found her average time spent with me to be roughly 5 minutes (the most time she spent in my room was 8 minutes). In my experience, I have not found her to get to know me as a family physician should. She has not asked me about my physical history beyond what is in my chart, including any "deeper questions" about whichever ailment I am visiting her for. I have told her about my lower back pain multiple times and not once has she given me any help (advise, referrals or otherwise) other then quickly prescribing me motrin 600s, and stating that she does not give narcotics out, then walking out the door. I was hoping for some quality conversation about how/what happened to my back, some different treatments I can try, a referral to a specialist, and/or genuine concern that physicians often show. My second issue to describe has to do with her lack of service at her office. I have been in the process of getting a medication approved by my insurance for several months now, and it all starts off with, "We will give you a call when we hear back from them". Not ONCE have I gotten any call in indication that I have not been approved. Every time that I find out is when A) I have to go into the office for a visit and then find out -or- B) I call in a month later and then they tell me I haven't been approved. I have had requests sent in 4 times over the last several months and not once was I informed of the progress. There are many physicans that do not go out of their way to exceed expectations, but in this case, I'm not complaining about that. I'm complaning about Dr. C's sincere lack of interest in her patients and her attitude of "walk in, prescribe, walk out". There is no quality and no passion in her work. I believe that extends to the rest of her staff (excluding her nurse Caroline, who was extremely pleasant and willing to give me time and answer all my questions). Her waiting room is 9 times out of 10 fully packed with at least a 45 minute waiting time regardless of whether or not you have an appointment. I would like to make an aggressive statement by saying that from a customer/patient standpoint, I am throughly convinced that she only cares about the money. If you are looking for a quality doctor who spends their time to understand your ailments, daily habits and honestly prescribe you the right treatment, Dr. Patrycja Czesnowski is NOT FOR YOU or your family. Out of the many visits I have made to see her, I can sincerely state that I am unimpressed, dissapointed and extremely dissatisfied. Dr. Patrycja Czesnowsk is not a quality doctor and you will be treated like a number rather than a patient with individual needs and care. Thank you for reading my review, and I hope my account has been helpful.
05/15/2015
By: gettobarbie
Patrycja Czenowski DR
I never put reviews on this but I had to because this doctors office timmy is amazing. they may get backed up and double booked but they care about their patients they take care of them. what impressed me is the fact that I was looking for my medication I was able to find it but yet they still called me back to make sure not to mention the doctor is amazing she listens she cares
07/25/2014
By: felecia.andrews
Patrycja Czenowski DR
Great urgent care. The service was stress free, and the office staff was friendly
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