Ajeeb Titus, MD

Ajeeb Titus, MD
The Rock Wellness Center 2591 Baglyos Cir. Suite C50 Bethlehem, PA 18020
About

Ajeeb Titus, MD

Ajeeb Titus, MD practices as a Family Doctor in Bethlehem, PA.He graduated from SUNY Buffalo and has been practicing since 1996.
Years In Practice 18
Primary Specialty

Family Doctor

Practice The Rock Wellness Center
Gender Male
Education SUNY Buffalo
Training Undergraduate, Medical College, Postgraduate
Affiliations Easton Hospital, Warren Hospital
Certification Board Certification,Family Practice
Services Ajeeb Titus, MD offers family practice services in Bethlehem, PA. A family doctor is typically a general practitioner who treats most family members from children to adults.

Ajeeb Titus, MD in Bethlehem, PA may treat physical symptoms, prescribe medications, diagnose conditions and much more.

Please call The Rock Wellness Center at (484) 821-0203 to schedule an appointment in Bethlehem, PA or to get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(29 Reviews)
Service
4.5 star average for Service
Environment
4.5 star average for Environment
Expertise
4.5 star average for Expertise
Staff
4.5 star average for Staff
Recommended
5 star average for Recommended
Value
5 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
Had a great relationship with the doctor's office and himself. Makes me feel comfortable and is very easy to talk to. Explains complicated issues in simple language.
by JJ XXX.XXX.227.71
I have never been to a more efficient office. The staff was caring and courteous. They made me feel as if I mattered and not as if I was just another face in the room. Dr. Titus was very thourough and made sure that I understood everything about my concerns. From the front desk to the nurse and then to see the doctor, I was impressed. I could'nt recommend a better office. Treat yourself to the best experience ever!
by Anonymous XXX.XXX.15.18
I was seeing the dr for one very prominent issue. He also made me aware of some new things that were going on medically and handled them appropriately. The one problem however, is that I was seeking his help for an addiction to pain medication. I was being treated with suboxone and it is very difficult to find a practitioner willing to utilize this therapy, as they all have a quota of patients that they are allowed to see in a months time. Unfortunately, I was terminated from the program after having a urine turn up that had an unauthorized medication in it. Instead of addressing his concerns, I was met with a letter in the mail telling me he was dropping me from the therapy program. This left me shattered an left me to suffer on my own. I was honest with this dr and told him that I had utilized a medication that would show up in my urine . I didn't try to hide anything from him and yet, they left me with no options and to suffer pains on my own. Aside from that big and most important of my issues, the office did pay close attention to the details of my care and everyone was courteous and friendly. Next time a simple phone call from the dr about being terminated from such an important program would be better received than a letter in the mail. !!!
by cyndi capone XXX.XXX.184.101