The Patient Rating Score is an average of all responses to physicians related questions on the nationally-recognized Press Ganey Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score. Comments also are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
I came in with severe migraines. This doctor would only discuss Botox and nothing else, even though I have been on the same "rescue" medication for 18 years. She made no other recommendations.
Dr. Ghandi was at one time very understanding and concerned. Now I feel like I am unimportant and my condition is " oh well"
Doctor was texting someone during our visit. Didn't feel like she was very concerned. Visit brief.
she didn't take the time to hear any of our concerns or issues that could have greatly changed the outcome of her diagnosis, treatment, unnecessary prescription or even referral.
this doesn't doctor has terrible bedside manners she is rude, she doesn't allow you to talk she cuts you off she's busy looking at her laptop never once giving eye contact or show any kind of compassion
Too little communication about what I might have, and only that she could not help me and referred me to another neurologist. As a patient how am I to know which neurologist to go to? Dr. Gandhi did not spend time enough to explain her interface or how other neurologist could help. I was given a referral and had a too short visit of about 6 or 7 minutes after a three week wait.
Great bedside manner. Also gave great advice especially about when to follow up with specialists.
The provider is more engaged with her laptop than me. I have to prompt the provider to explain or answer my questions. She doesn't provide much eye contact.
She was very professional, helped to describe condition, helped with follow up treatment, listened, treated me as a human being? Very happy liked her, gave help internet treatment for condition on paper.
she kept cutting me off while I was trying to explain something to her and was being very sarcastic.
I was taken care of, but I seemed impersonal. Dr. input into computer & made little eye contact. She did take care of referring me for further tests.
Impression: Didn't want to be bothered!
I have had the worst experience seeing Dr. Gandhi. She is very Cold, Seem very unsure, Did not answer any questions, rushed out of the office. She is unapproachable. Does not know how to treat patients. I also put out several calls for her after my visit because f my symptoms. She never called back. She brings down Florida hospital and should not be in practice.
Care Provider came in and asked same questions. What were we there for and were refills needed, it appeared she had not review the file before the appointment. When patient was asked if there was any change, he said no. I , his wife, said I felt memory was getting worse. She suggested another round of tests, which the patient does not want to do. That was the end of appointment, she asked no further questions and gave no direction for possible present or future treatment. No attempt was made by the provider to engage the patient in any way.
care provider made me feel very uncomfortable. she introduced yourself to ask questions it's like she was just doing her job and didn't really care about me as a person. I realize that MRIs needed to be performed prior to making a diagnosis but I did expect to leave the office feeling I was in good hands.
We had discussions about my condition, use of medication, and changes in medication. On the report she had typed up, she said "no discussions to report." Her manner was cool and uncaring. She never asked to see physical proof of how my condition was.
felt rushed out the door. didnt listen to my concerns
Would never refer her to a friend.
she did not even look at me and showed little concern about my symptoms.
Dr. Rekha Gandhi was extremely attentive. It is nice to see when a doctor shows a patient they care.
OUt of all of my years of going to a doctor, this woman had to be my worst encounter. She had no interest in tarting a repore with the patient. i was obviously in a lot of pain, and she just said sorry can't help you unless you want to take botox. I was just stunned. I have been having sharp shooting pains in my head, and then a quick onset of a headache. She was not concerned and gave me no advice on how to cope with daily migraines. I even said to her is that it, and she said yes. I asked if she was interested in taking an xray or MRI and she said no, you had one 10 years ago. Then she showed me the door. I couldn't have been in the office more than 10 minutes, and she had an empty office. She is a very poor representative for Florida Hospital. I went home, put ice packs on my head and just cried. Now, isn't that sad.
Very much satisfy.
She is an amazing doctor!
Dr. Rekha Gandhi gave me a respected time to listen to my concerns with care and offered different options to my conditions for a better care.
Excellent experience; very thoughtful and caring
Would like more time and discussion with the doctor.
No examination, no concern, & no interest in helping.
First time visit - lasted 3-4 mins. Neurologist??? Worst experience ever had! Unprofessional!
The visit was 15 minutes, did not feel doctor clued me in to possibilities of outcome. The good part was she referred me to specialist and MRI. I have follow up and hope to leave with good understanding of conclusion
*Dr. Gandhi, on this visit, seemed cold and disinterested. Barely glanced at patient (y mother). Gave vague answers to questions about whether to continue medication (Keppra). My mother was very unhappy - saying that she had never encountered a doctor who seemed so cold.