Great doctor if you are Indian and have good insurance. I’m not Indian and I’m poor with poor insurance.
I’m in poor health with a number health issues. This doctor actually discharged me saying it was because she couldn’t give me the care I needed.
Well she was absolutely right. I was assigned another doctor by my insurance. My new doctor is great and is on top of all my health issues.
As for Dr Gandhi, I always felt she didn’t even want to be in the same room with me.
When I would show up for an appointment I would get strange looks from her.
She did not have a good bedside manner. Also, I only saw people from India in her office.
As a non-indian with poor insurance, I would have to wait in the waiting room while other people who came in after me got to see her 1st.
Also her health care was pretty bad. She was always getting my prescriptions wrong, and had diagnosed me wrong.
Back to her bedside manner, I never felt cared for. I never felt confidant in her treatments.
And she seemed condescending and aloof. Like my health issues were my problems not hers. Strange.
I believe she discharged me because I have bad insurance and my case was more complicated than she cared to deal with.
Then the way she discharged me was very unprofessional.
Basically the feeling I got was that she didn’t like me and wanted me to go away. (I don’t need anymore friends but I definitely do not need my doctor to be mean to me)
Anyway, this is the USA. We do not have a caste society where doctors are gods.
Also, we are supposed to be a melting pot. We have to think in terms of inclusiveness not in terms of race.
I hope she reads this and other reviews and takes them to heart to improve her practice and make her a more caring person like her namesake.