Walter Afield, MD

Walter Afield, MD
Neuropsychiatric Institute 4107 W. Spruce St., Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33607

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About Walter Afield, MD

Walter Afield, MD practices as a Psychiatrist in Tampa, FL.He graduated from Johns Hopkins Univ Sch Of Med, Baltimore Md 21205.
Primary Specialty


Practice Neuropsychiatric Institute
Gender Male
Education Johns Hopkins Univ Sch Of Med, Baltimore Md 21205
Training Mass Gen Hosp, Psychiatry; Children'S Hosp, Psychiatry; Mass Mntl Hlth Ctr, Psychiatry; Grady Mem Hosp, Internal Medicine
Services Walter Afield, MD practices psychiatry at 4107 W. Spruce St., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33607. Psychiatrists are licensed physicians who specialize in the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Walter Afield, MD in Tampa, FL, please call (813) 636-8811 for more information.
Consumer Feedback
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Recent Reviews
Did this psychiatrist ever condone negative behavior?
Not at all. They discouraged negative behaviors and suggested helpful solutions
Did this provider have reasonable prices?
They were decent, but not very affordable
Did this provider seem irritated to be working with you?
No, they were polite
Would you refer this provider to a family or friend?
Is this provider's business conveniently located?
Yes, it is very conveniently located
by LA Carter
Dr. Afield is an awesome professional. I was seen promptly. There was excellent follow-up. His staff bent over backwards to work with me when drafting an important report I needed. He willingly worked with my schedule, considering that I was an out-of-state patient. He is very intuitive and after evaluating my situation, he realized what my employer had done to me, and that their actions were baseless and unfounded. I cannot say enough good things about this doctor.
by Admin. Maelstrom
Dr Afield has diagnosed me as toxic to my partner, who is his patient. suffering from ptsd. all research i have done would indicate someone suffering from ptsd may have fears of becoming close to their partner and protect family and friends. therefor possibly not depicting the situation accurately in a meeting. i feel this would be unprofessional to diagnose someone without evaluating them in person his self, not very professional or smart in my opinion. just thought that might be a consideration when choosing your doctor. Specially,due to the fact im sure there are a lot of ptsd suffering people due to the close location to a AFB.
by frank