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10/19/2017
By: Robert G.
Rosenbaum, Daniel, MD
Dr. Rosenberg is an excellent physican!It's just too difficult to make an appointment via phone. One can never get through to change or cancel an appointment. Lastly, the wait to see this doctor is way too long. Is he the only endocrinologist available?
06/19/2017
By: Tina V.
Dr. Preeti Chaurasia
Preeti Chaurrasia, MD From Virtua Hospital Mt Holly, NJ, I was at the ER for an awful face infection. As I was being discharged to go to HUP in Philly, the doctor gave me instructions, that if I followed them, I would have died. I feel she is every incompetent and I have written a letter to Virtua hospital. I wanted to warn others about her.Actually, she was so bad that I just received her bill, it says "The Encounter" not visit.My big reason to complain, is that I am a type 1 diabetic and I had a heavy infection which had my blood glucose up to 600. I was being transfer to another hospital for my issues. Well in the discharge papers, she stated to stop insulin. Where I was already taking twice as much insulin to fight the infection. If I did not have knowledge and followed her instructions, I would have ended up in a diabetic coma. She was demanding about stopping insulin, which is my life saving medicine.Do NOT go to her, she is not a competent doctor.
11/20/2014
By: Dawn F.
Lourdes Medical Assoc
DO NOT see Dr. Sharetts. NOT a nice person and very uncaring and unsympathetic to patient needs. He was dismissive of me and would not help me. I am now under the care of Cooper Hospital due to the severity of my condition.Time for this doctor to retire and seek what will make him happy because his negative energy is overwhelming.
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