Wow. I would disagree completely about the nice things written about Dr. Lisa Kasalajtis, giving her one star is frusterating – for sure.
I was super sick, in the hospital and she was super cold – not only to me but my family.
She was excellent in the office but once I was in the ICU she was a disaster, she did not even show up for the first critical 2 days nor did she respond to several ICU Dr.s pages.
I was shocked to say the least once I heard this (I was in a comma so I did not learn this until I woke up)
When I was released she was bitter cold and had unreasonable expectations of what I should do when I got home – I asked her simple questions to make sure we were going down the right path and she got really PIST that I had questions.
A few days later I ended up in the ER again and per my endocrinologist’s request, went to Saint Mary’s instead of St. Francis and got her husband as my ER Dr. He knew my name right away as she had talked about me and my case at home!
He admitted this when I asked him (he suspiciously knew a lot about my failing health) He was super sweet but WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED TO DR. PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY?