Michael Glasser, MD
Please note that the wellness reviews refer to a practice with 12 therapists that was sold 2 years ago.I am now in solo practice part time in Bethesda and focusing on psychopharmacology,geriatric psychiatry,and medical illness counseling.
Michael Glasser MD,LLC
Far Eastern Univ, Dr N Reyes Med Fndn Inst Of Med, Manila, Philippines
Johns Hopkins Hosp, Psychiatry
Michael Glasser, MD practices psychiatry at 4405 East-West Highway Suite 301, Bethesda, MD 20814. 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 Michael Glasser, MD in Bethesda, MD, please call (301) 983-0316 for more information.
Psychopharmacology,geriatrics,and medical illness counseling
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They barely gave me any information at all. I'm going to have to do my own research to get my questions answered. This provider has no helpful information available online, apart from their address and phone number. They just have a basic listings page. They will not take patient if they where treated in the hopital or already have doctor for existing condition. I was told I could not make <url removed> my child! My insurance gave me doctor name and reference, because I needed doctor and therapist in the same office. Right now my child is going to two different places and information is not shared well between therapist and doctor. This is for 7 on your side!!
December 13, 2012
Been a patient for 10 years. Insightful, seasoned and intelligent individual. Willing to tweak medication if necessary or offer other suggestions while explaining pros and cons or side effects. Suggested books and referrals if one shows interest. Sense of humor and personable. Average wait time 5 - 10 minutes or sometimes less. Office a bit dingy, small and crowded but not a critical factor.
November 27, 2012
Unlike one of the other reviewers, I had no problem with the doctors or therapists. But I did have a problem with appointments. Because I work in D.C. and take the MARC train, I needed late afternoon time slots. I scheduled an initial couple months of weekly appointments but when I tried to extend the number of appointments I could not. The office had scheduled someone else into my slot. I tried several times to get a weekly or biweekly late afternoon slot but it was hit and miss for several months out, nothing consistent. Appointments started stressing me out, something I didn't need. Seriously considering moving elsewhere. The professionals know of the problem but don't seem to be able to prevent it's occurance.
June 06, 2012