Eli Chesen, DO, MD

Eli Chesen, DO, MD
Psychiatric Associates-Lincoln 1919 S 40th St Ste 320 Lincoln, NE 68506
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(4 Reviews)
Dr. Chesen is Kind and personable. He diagnosed and treated my situation "spot-on". It takes a while to get an initial visit, but well worth the wait. No other Psychiatrist (or MD or PA or Nurse Practitioner)has put as much effort into finding the correct combination of medications for my situation. I have traded my old life (not so good for the people around me) for an energetic, forward thinking, loving and caring life! Thank you Dr. Chesen, you are "one-in-a-million"!
by Fergy xxx.xxx.51.121
August 03, 2017
He's extremely knowledgeable. He's far ahead of most in the psychology/psychiatry/counseling field. My child had been though so many wasted DHS appointments and counseling sessions that only nurtured my child's emotionally abusive tactics. After finally getting a accurate diagnosis, my child is on the road to recovery by making herself accountable. Dr. Chasen is not one to exhaust your money by letting you or your loved ones play victim.
by Borderline xxx.xxx.118.88
July 09, 2016
Does this provider ever overbook appointments here?
No, They definitely believe in quality over quantity and allow more than enough time in between appointments
Did you have to wait long after you arrived for your appointment?
No, I didn't have to wait very long
Did this provider show attention to detail?
Absolutely! They are always very careful and meticulous
Was this provider argumentative or easily angered?
No, they were very calm and understanding
by Anonymous
March 09, 2012
Was this provider argumentative or easily angered?
Very, they contradicted everything I said and became very angry
Did this provider listen to your input and concerns?
Definitely not! I was constantly interrupted or cut off!
Were you able to get answers to simple questions from this provider without scheduling an appointment?
Not at all! I had to schedule an appointment for absolutely everything!
Did this psychiatrist ever take personal phone calls while in the appointment room with you?
No, they've never taken personal calls with me
by Anonymous
July 12, 2011
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