Louis Stekoll, MD

Louis Stekoll, MD
Physicians Clin 6000 N Oak Trfy Ste 42 Kansas City, MO 64118
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Louis Stekoll, MD

Louis Stekoll, MD practices as an Asthma - Allergy Specialists in Kansas City, MO.Louis Stekoll, MD graduated from Finch U Of Hs/Chicago Med Sch, North Chicago Il 60664.
Primary Specialty

Asthma - Allergy Specialists

Education Finch U Of Hs/Chicago Med Sch, North Chicago Il 60664
Training Creighton Univ Affil Hosp, Allergy And Immunology; Univ Ks Sch Of Med, Internal Medicine; Via Christi Reg Mc/St Francis, Flexible Or Transitional Year
Services Louis Stekoll, MD provides Asthma and Allergy treatments in Kansas City, MO. An Allergy Specialist can perform skin tests, breathing tests and provide allergy shots.

Please call Physicians Clin at (816) 453-7771 to schedule an appointment in Kansas City, MO or get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(3 Reviews)
Service
4.5 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
4 star average for Expertise
Staff
4 star average for Staff
Recommended
3 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
As an allergist, Dr. Stekoll seem fairly competent. However, the way the office, Allergy and Asthma Specialists of Kansas City, is run is extremely poor. There doesn't seem to be any way of determining when this office will actually be open. My family has now been to this location on 3 different occasions during times when they were supposed to be open, and they weren't. The first time, we basically ignored the issue. The second time, we were told by office staff that we should always check the website for closings... So, we did. It still didn't help. There are 3 places on the website that show hours. The location pages shows office hours, the shot schedule page shows hours, and the closings page shows hours. It would be nice if they were actually in sync. After the third time this happened, it was discussed with the Dr. and he stated that a sign was posted in the office stating the closing. What is really bad is that allergy injections are done on a consistent basis in order to build up an immunity. Every time this happens, the dosage has to be changed to a lower amount. What a poor way of doing business.





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Did this provider seem well-trained and experienced?
Yes, they seemed very qualified
Did this provider show attention to detail?
Absolutely! They are always very careful and meticulous
Is this provider easy to reach in an emergency?
Absolutely! I can always count on them
Is this provider's business conveniently located?
Yes, it is very conveniently located
Does this provider always take that extra step to make you feel special?
Yes, I always enjoy my appointments
Did you feel safe in this provider's care?
Yes
Was this provider's staff friendly?
Yes
Did you notice a foul odor when you arrived at this provider's office?
No, I didn't notice an odor
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