Joseph Keyser, MD

Joseph Keyser, MD
382 Springfield Ave Summit, NJ 07901
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Joseph Keyser, MD

Joseph Keyser, MD practices as a Psychiatrist in Summit, NJ.Joseph Keyser, MD graduated from Umdnj-New Jersey Med Sch, Newark Nj 07103.
Primary Specialty

Psychiatrist

Education Umdnj-New Jersey Med Sch, Newark Nj 07103
Training Duke Univ Med Ctr, Psychiatry
Services Joseph Keyser, MD practices psychiatry at 382 Springfield Ave, Summit, NJ 07901. 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 Joseph Keyser, MD in Summit, NJ, please call (908) 277-2655 for more information.
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This "physician", in my opinion, violated his responsibility to me as a patient. I saw him on 36 separate visits, and he prescribed medication for a medical condition which I took. After some months, when I wondered about my treatment, and asked him to provide me with his diagnosis, he refused....even though he took thousands of dollars from me. Now, years later, I am trying to arrange for VA disability benefits and he still refuses to provide a diagnosis, despite my having requested it by mail, twice by phone and three times by email. Worse still, he doesn't even have the professionalism to acknowledge my communications. My requests as a former patient have been met with nothing but silence. I even asked him if he would simply acknowledge that I was a patient of his, and give me some chance of documenting my treatment for the VA....but he's unwilling to do this. At the time of my treatment, he told me that he didn't maintain any records of my treatment....saying it was "all in (his) head." So, now, years later, I am out thousands, have no diagnosis, and will likely suffer more financial loss because I'll be unable to support my claim for compensation to the VA with my medical records. This strikes me as outrageous. After the way I've been treated, I wouldn't recommend anyone go to him. In fact, at the time of this submission, I'm still trying to figure out how to get my doctor to give a statement on my behalf to the Veterans' Administration. Amazing, but true. Patients' needs are to come first. At least that's what I think. Bottom line: I paid this guy thousands, met with him for months, asked him for a diagnosis in writing and a copy of my records, was told he didn't have any, and now I'm unable to get help from the VA. Sound like someone you want to go see?