David Gendelman, MD practices as an Ophthalmologist in Burlington, MA.David Gendelman, MD graduated from Yale Univ Sch Of Med, New Haven Ct 06510.
Burlington Eye Associates
Yale Univ Sch Of Med, New Haven Ct 06510
Mass Eye And Ear Infirmary, Ophthalmology; Newton Wellesley Hosp, Internal Medicine
ServicesDavid Gendelman, MD practices in Burlington, MA. Ophthalmologists examine and treat common vision disorders, eye injuries and eye diseases. Ophthalmologists such as David Gendelman, MD are licensed medical doctors and can prescribe medication as well as perform eye surgery.
To determine if David Gendelman, MD can help you, please call the Burlington, MA office at (781) 272-4944 for more information.
They listened closely to everything I was telling them, and showed a lot of attention to detail. I've never had to worry about them forgetting something or not reading my information correctly, which I've encountered at other places. I don't know of anywhere else that would've taken better care of me. I had a great experience. It was nice to see them treat their staff with so much respect. It was obvious that they had a good relationship with all of their staff members. I never had to doubt their qualifications. They made their credentials completely obvious, which made me feel a lot safer. They were one of the kindest, most caring staff I've ever dealt with. It didn't matter how many times I called with a question or concern, they were always happy to help me.
They always go above and beyond to help me with anything I need. They never complain about anything, and I know I can always count on them. I've been other places that left me unattended for quite awhile, but not here. They would never leave me unattended and they always go the extra mile to make me feel cared for. They make an extra effort to get to know their patients and find out what they need. They always remember me and make me feel very important. They've never used foul language, which has bothered me at some of the other places I've been too. They always make an extra effort to be polite and courteous.
I wish they gave me good advice, but most of the time they only give me advice that would benefit them. I was given a brief greeting when I walked through the door, but no one made any sort of effort to help me. I felt ignored. They weren't very understanding or caring, and they didn't show empathy for my situation. I could tell I wasn't their primary concern. Apparently they haven't ever heard of the saying "the customer's always right" here. Having a high level of customer service doesn't appear to be their top priority.
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