Dr. Jayashree Joshi MDSTAY AWAY FROM THE DOCTOR AND THE OFFICE
I feel obliged to inform the public about severe problems at the office and Dr. Jayashree Joshi.
The first concern is the office. They are slow and unreliable to their patients.
I had a blood test, and the office didn’t call me about it, so I assumed the test result was expected.
When I went to the doctor for a referral at the end of 2018, I was stunned by the results.
It was discovered that many items are abnormal.
My last office visit was to request a referral to a specialist to evaluate my URGENT condition before I had knee replacement surgery.
However, the specialist wasn’t faxed the referral to me until two weeks later.
The second one is about Dr. Joshi. Dr. Joshi likes to see as many patients as possible, and there is no limit on the number of patients a doctor should see.
This allows the doctor to make as much as possible.
I didn’t get to sit down with her, so I had my words to go fast. Also, before I could ask any more questions, she appeared to be ready to leave.
She is not a primary physician and has no basic medical knowledge.
April replaced my old CPAP machine last week with a brand new one.
The company then sent a request to Dr. Joshi for CPAP, but the office misunderstood left a message saying that I needed to see a pulmonologist.
It was shocking to discover that the doctor lacks medical knowledge.
She doesn’t even know which medical conditions are associated with which medical specialist.
Even worse, she is not as knowledgeable about medicine as most of her patients.
CPAP machines are for patients with sleep apnea. Most ENT doctors are also sleeping, apnea specialists.
Sleep apnea does not have anything to do with the lung.
You can see the potential dangers if Dr. Joshi refers you to a different specialist.
You should be concerned about the problems with the office staff and the disqualified doctor.
If you genuinely care about your health, STAY AWAY DOCTOR AND THE OPERATOR.
1 Review on Dr. Jayashree Joshi MD
Absolutely unprofessional! We reached the clinic at 3:15 for a 3:30 appointment and yet, were made to wait until 4:20. Even then, the doctor did not arrive. What’s the point of scheduling an appointment when you do not care to provide services on time?