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1. Providence Health System Center for Geriatric Medicine

1 reviews
Providence Health System Center for Geriatric Medicine
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1160 Varnum St NE #021, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 854-7785

Guy: Medical office


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Chaira Cabrera: Best center for the erderly in washington DC!
Response: Thanks for the great review! We are grateful to be able to deliver compassionate care for all. Have a wonderful day! -Providence Community Manager

2. Dr. Stephanie R. Bruce, MD

1 reviews
Dr. Stephanie R. Bruce, MD
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 110 Irving St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 877-0218

Guy: Geriatrician


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3. Downtown Cluster's Geriatric

1 reviews
Downtown Cluster's Geriatric
Location
4.4
Prices
4.3
Classes
4.7
Facilities
4.5
Teachers
4.4

Address: 926 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 347-7527

Guy: Day care center


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4. Kogan Mikhail MD

8 reviews
Kogan Mikhail MD
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue NW #7-420, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 741-2709

Guy: Geriatrician


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Mark McElreath: In 2005 my husband and I searched for someone special to be our primary care physician, someone who knew both Western and Eastern medical traditions--and we found him in Dr. Mikhail Kogan. Each time we have seen Dr. Kogan we have come away feeling better. He's recommended specialists for us, and his recommendations have given us confidence to place our trust in the specialists. His knowledge, his concern, his attention to detail--plus the genuine pleasure he, too, shows whenever we are together--are some of reasons we love the man. Dr. Kogan has helped us through prostate cancer, kidney stones and heart attacks. And we expect he will take good care of us for the rest of our lives.. We trust him. He's a good man. We highly recommend Dr. Kogan.

A. Mayer: Dr.Kogan is very knowledgeable on a very wide range of treatment modalities and integrative approaches to health. He is widely informed and always learning more. On top that, he listens, is very caring, personable and very responsive to questions. A very good doctor in my estimation.

Elissa Parker: Dr. Kogan is extraordinary! He is creative, deeply knowledgable, brilliant and wise. He's also absolutely lovely and supportive and fun. He and his staff treat patients with sensitivity and respect. Thanks to him, I'm thriving.

Jak P.: Dr. Misha Kogan was my primary care doctor when I last lived in Maryland. He takes his time, is a lifetime learner -- always with an open mind. For me, Functional/Integrative medicine is the only way, and Misha is among the best in this field.

Victor Brown: Really took the time to listen and very knowledgeable. Did an excellent job going over options and recommendations.

5. Dr. Katalin E. Roth, MD, JD

2 reviews
Dr. Katalin E. Roth, MD, JD
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 741-2222

Guy: Geriatrician


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Monaboogie: Dr. Roth treated my friend, who is a cancer patient, because his doctor was unavailable. She was caring, informative and showed great concern for his comfort. We truly appreciated and enjoyed our time with her. Thank you Dr. Roth

6. Michael Grady, MD

18 reviews
Michael Grady, MD
Location
4.1
Prices
4.5
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4.6

Address: 4910 Massachusetts Ave NW STE 114, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 686-0813

Guy: Doctor


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Marianna Blagburn: Dr. Michael Grady is a superb, seasoned practitioner. My experience with him is that he is a gifted listener of his patients. He is especially tuned in to what they may not be saying, one of the best skills of any doctor, in my opinion. He can really connect the dots for you. I highly recommend him.

Chris Wenz: This was my first visit to see Dr Grady after recently relocating to DC. Everyone I encountered from making the appointment over the phone to the front desk staff when I arrived to Dr Grady's Physician Assistant who collected the intake information were extremely professional, courteous and kind. Dr Grady took extraordinary time to get to know me, ask me questions about my health and life style as well as to explain to me the basis for recommendations he had for me. The entire organization, from what I have seen, are truly customer focused and care about their patients. I look forward to making this office my primary medical care location.

Ronda Bernstein: I thoroughly enjoy this doctor's office. The staff are friendly and I can always get an appointment with the same nurse practitioner. They are very attentive and spend time with you asking you questions, listening to you and going over your test results. My only issue is that they aren't very responsive to pharmacy requests so I always have to call to get it resolved. That would remove 1/2* at most since it is always fixed once I call.

Andrew McWilliams-Doty: Service from Doctors/NPs: 4/5 Front Desk Service: 1/5 *Warning!*: If you rely on your doctor to coordinate with other doctors or with pharmacies, go somewhere else! *Takeaway*: Unfortunately, the Grady office is comfortable letting their patients carry serious burdens created by the office's own errors. My Experience: As someone with a diagnosed medical condition that impacts my daily functioning, I rely on prescribed medication for treatment. Because the medication is a legally controlled substance (non-prescribed people use it as a "party drug"), it is essential that my doctor and doctor's office responsibly and responsively handle its prescription. Dr. Grady's office has handled the prescription process neither responsibly nor responsively. First, their front desk/admin service is very poor. Based on past experience, I expect that when their front desk says something "will" happen (a message will be passed on, prescription will be sent somewhere, etc.), take that as a sign it maybe won't happen. *If* it happens, it may not be any time close to what they provide, if they even do provide a rough time estimate. Second, their office wrote my prescription in a way that it was actually cancelled - yes, cancelled, rejected, nullified, kicked to the curb - by a pharmacy for the first time in my entire adult life of being prescribed the medication. Third, in trying to resolve their mistake and get my medication filled on time, my wife and I spent the better part of two days trying to coordinate with their office and local pharmacies. Driving 40+ minutes out of our way (25 min. each direction) to a pharmacy the office swore they had sent the prescription to, we discovered that their office sent the prescription in the wrong format, which is why it still wasn't showing up in the pharmacy's system and couldn't be filled! The amount of leg work we had to do to just get my prescription normally filled out in a timely manner was super unprofessional. (By the way, it's still not going to be on time.) Fourth, when I spoke with their admin over the phone, she said they were learning to do better the next time I saw them. When I (politely!) said I wouldn't be coming in to them again, her response was "Great!" When I began to suggest they could learn from this for future patients since it's a somewhat common prescription, she cut me off by saying "I'm not the person who takes notes here." On the positive side, I generally received kind and professional direct care from the NP's I saw virtually. Issues like the above outweigh the positive and need to be fixed.

Peter Kang: This office DOES NOT take UnitedHealthCare insurance! Booked an appointment for a virtual visit and the physician assistant couldn't even show up for the appointment because she was so busy with other in person patients! This was for a routine health review appointment, nothing specialty related. Only reason I agreed to it was because I needed a refill on my prescription. At least they got that right. Upon getting rejected by UnitedHealthCare coverage, I called UHC and they said my services under general services is covered. Upon review, I called Dr Grady's office once again to resubmit the claim, again. A month later, my claim is once again denied. So either UnitedHealthCare or Dr. Grady's office does not take UnitedHealthCare. SHOW UP for your patients! If you don't even straighten out their insurance, at least. How many other patients have been scammed?

Geoffrey Dawson: Dr. Grady and his entire team are outstanding. They provide extraordinary care which, combined with Dr. Grady’s many years of experience, gives me confidence every time I visit.

Nadia Benab: Dr. Michael Grady and his staff are excellent. Very kind, compassionate and caring. Heather, Grace, and Kelly are the best. It is a wonderful practice.

David Thompson: The staff was friendly and very professional.even with the Corono-virus restrictions,the appointment went very smooth.Dr Grady and his PA really took the time to listen to my mom’s concerns . All in all they have a great practice and if you need them you should not hesitate to go.

Ellen Roth: I tried to use chat and there was nothing on the platform to provide online chat while on video with the doctor. I was asking for Ambein to help me sleep on "need basis" and the doctor turned off the video when I was talking and showing the captions of my iPhone so the doctor felt the communication is not happening and closed me off. I should not be billed for that. Please remove bill for that.

Pat Cinelli: Dr. Grady is by far the most insightful, patient, thoughtful doctors I’ve ever met. I can’t recommend him more highly.

7. Mathur Raj P MD

3 reviews
Mathur Raj P MD
Location
4.7
Prices
4.9
Classes
4.4
Facilities
5
Teachers
4.3

Address: 106 Irving St NW # 218, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 722-0149

Guy: Geriatrician


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AJESH PAUL: I waited 2 hours to see the doctor and also his assistant come and see and not Dr Mathur, Done my blood test, he never call for treatment, very bad service

8. Dr. Daniel V. Young, MD

3 reviews
Dr. Daniel V. Young, MD
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 4530 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 362-7227

Guy: Geriatrician


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Mary Petrino: Excellent practice and outstanding physician who is very careful in treatment of patients with underlying problems of aging.

F L: He is the best! Saved my life.

Andrew Bair: Best internist in Washington DC

9. DC Department of Aging and Community Living

15 reviews
DC Department of Aging and Community Living
Location
4.6
Prices
4.1
Classes
4.2
Facilities
4.9
Teachers
4.3

Address: 500 K St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 724-5626

Guy: Government office


Review: "II tried to participate with the rest of the program and so far I'm doin ..."

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Janice Sanker: Been trying to get in touch with the Case Manager name Perez for 3 months concerning my Mom. He won't return phone calls at all!!!!!😳☹️ . Rehab Center won't check on my paralyzed Mom every two hours to change her from laying in her mess. Most of these places don't do what they said they will provide. The family is better at paying an individual to come over and live to take care of your love ones. The whole healthcare system is broken and robbing people blind after they have paid their taxes and worked All their lives for the next generations behind them. Then you can't even understand the language barriers.

Frankie Hargrove: I went to the Department of Aging for assistance five months ago this June. A Mr Plathon Watson led me on to believe Id get assistance. He lied. Now I'm 5 months behind in rental assistance and electric bill is now $1073.05. He refuses to even reply to my pleas to answer my emails/text messages.

orandra cotton: It is always difficult to see your parents age and become physically unable to do the things that once came so easily yo them. Consequently when my mom and me made the decision to allow me to become her care provider it was an emotional experience for me. From the very first contact with the dc office in aging staff person Jennifer and Shelia to the receptionist team greeting you in the office it has been so smooth and compassionate. Having worked for dc govt once I know this is not always the case. I want to commend this office and especially thank publically ms. Witherspoon and Harley for their professionalism.

Frieda BrownSjogren: The staff is exceptionally friendly and sympathetic. I was helped right away and they keep me thoroughly informed about the status of my mom's case. When it comes down to taking care of the elderly, DC rocks!

kandi zanese: A mR Joseph. ALLEGRETTO TOOK a thousand dollars out of an old womans disability account in atlantic county nj- for a credit card that was charged off her credit report 13 years ago. Also The salem county jail in NJ told the nj transit bus company not to pick up four elderly people one was 75 from the desolate bus stop in woodstown nj. So the salem county jail could arrest them

Jacqueline R. Coachman: Meeting the seniors here are more flexible and understanding one ☝ anther..Especially Darnell he's just an instructor and work wonderful with other's exercising, the lunch is great.. I I tried to participate with the rest of the program and so far I'm doin great.👍

Bunny Mallory: We help Seniors and those with disability

Sanyi Gazda: (Translated by Google) CIVIL SERVICE(Original)CIVILIZALT SZOLGALTATAS

10. The GW Medical Faculty Associates

161 reviews
The GW Medical Faculty Associates
Location
4.6
Prices
4.6
Classes
4.3
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4

Address: 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 741-3000

Guy: Medical group


Review: Their website mentions geriatrics and program

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Matthew Henry: I don't understand all the negative reviews. This place is amazing. Doctor care across disciplines is coordinated, the MyDocs app has test results show up within minutes of getting your tests. There's a pharmacy here and you can get your prescriptions almost immediately. I've never experienced care so loving and kind.

Benjamin Rubelmann: If I could award zero stars, I would. After receiving numerous emails and texts about my appointment (and confirming from my end), my appointment was cancelled at 7:32am for a 7:45am check in today. I was on the elevator headed up to the office when I got the call cancelling my appointment. I went to discuss this matter with the check in staff, but they weren't even aware my PCP had cancelled and was not coming in! I had to actually inform them (which they then confirmed)!!! Life happens and I understand appointments need to be cancelled occasionally, but more notice is definitely required. I work, so rescheduling it for 1pm as they offered was not possible. Trust the reviews and look elsewhere for care if possible. Par for the course re the abysmal customer service in DC generally.
Response: Hi Benjamin, thank you for sharing your experience with us. As a patient, your concerns are important to us and we would like to learn more about this issue. Please feel free to reach out to our Patient Experience team at patientexperience@mfa.gwu.edu or 202-677-6620.

Emily Balyeat: If you need organized prescription management this is not the place to go. Terrible primary care. Over the past 3 years as a GW patient with internal medicine I've been following up after my appointments to point out mistakes a variety of different internal medicine doctors have made with my medication and I'm done with it. When I'm told a prescription is sent to a pharmacy the pharmacy never gets it. I've been told by doctors they can't figure out how to work their computers to print or send my prescription. They lost the paperwork for my neurological disorder. The patient portal, where you can reach out to doctors, I do not receive responses from for weeks. The dept phone line puts in "48 hour emergent requests," but I have never heard back from a doctor in that amount of time per that request.
Response: As a patient, your concerns are important to us. We want to help you solve your problem in a timely way. Please contact our Office of Patient Experience so they may troubleshoot these issues directly with you: patientexperience@mfa.gwu.edu or 202-677-6620.

Margaret Shrager: If I could give 0 stars, I would. I was scheduled for a surgery consult with Dr. Vargas (after months of waiting). When I got to my appointment, they told me it had been canceled and they didn't know the reason. I received no call, no email, no text message (except texts asking me to confirm my appointment). They gave me the number of Dr. Vargas' admin, who I called. She told me that Dr. Vargas was not going to be performing any more surgeries, so I was rescheduled with one of her colleagues in another month (keep in mind this was all for a surgery that was supposed to relieve severe pain, which is apparently totally fine to continue delaying). When I researched the colleague I had been rescheduled with, I learned she was an NP, not a surgeon. The doctors at GW have been okay in my experience... if you can manage to see one. On the day I was supposed to have my consultation, I arrived to find a long line of people who were at that point an hour late seeing their doctor and were waiting to reschedule for another time. This is by far the most disorganized medical system I've ever had the displeasure of working with. It's honestly disgraceful.
Response: As a patient, your concerns are important to us. We want to help you solve your problem in a timely way. Please contact our Office of Patient Experience so they may troubleshoot these issues directly with you: patientexperience@mfa.gwu.edu or 202-677-6620.

Sarah Pleznac: I’d like to thank Medical Faculty Associates for bringing me a little closer to G-d this weekend. I asked for prescription refills 4 days ago… and still no meds! This is excruciating in so many ways. Oh, and you can’t directly call these folks. You will always reach a call center after going through a phone tree and being on hold for an hour. You better love and get used to using their patient portal. That’s pretty much the only way you can communicate with them (communicate is a stretch, it’s more like screaming into the ether and praying for a response). Avoid, avoid, avoid!!!

Melanie McDonough: I saw someone below say that they wish they could award 0 stars and I’d like to second that. Over a year ago, I went to GWMFA for a few visits. I didn’t have any issues, they were pleasant enough. But upon my second visit, I had an outstanding bill for a couple hundred dollars. I could not check in for my next appointment until it was paid even though I was fairly certain my insurance had covered this. A few days later, when I had some free time again, I looked into it more. They had indeed overcharged me. I called to get this taken care of but got the run around and was told to try my insurance. So I tried my insurance multiple times and ultimately learned that they would not reimburse me because it was GWMFA that had overcharged me, not them. I came back to GWMFA with this information and this is when I stopped getting any responses. They do not care at all. While this may seem like a trivial amount of money, for me this is a lot of money. It’s disappointing to see how little they care about the their patients. I enlisted the help of a health advocate who has been attempting to reach them since last year. Also no response. They have tried reaching out to the customer service rep Shanna via phone and email and have been completely ignored. They reached Darvis who told them they needed to talk to Shanna. Kind of hard to do when she’s blatantly ignoring us. Darvis provided them a generic billing email to request Shanna’s supervisor, which just seems like another way to ghost us. I would recommend going else where if you want the people treating you to actually care about you.
Response: Hi Melanie, thank you for sharing your experience with us. As a patient, your concerns are important to us and we would like to learn more about this issue. Please feel free to reach out to our Patient Experience team at patientexperience@mfa.gwu.edu or 202-677-6620.

Madeline: I would advise anyone who is looking for a primary care physician to carefully consider other options before looking here. Over several years as a patient with GW Medical Faculty Associates, I spent hours on hold in the phone trees that other reviewers have described. As far as I can recall, I was only able to get through to a medical professional via phone once - and only after breaking down in tears with a call center employee. While I was never treated rudely by administrative or medical staff, I was routinely shocked by the level of dysfunction that occurred behind the scenes. I had prescriptions repeatedly sent to the wrong pharmacy despite clearly specifying my preferred pharmacy in each refill request. I had staff submit refill requests for the wrong medication even after multiple calls in which I spelled the name of the medication letter by letter. I once had to go several unpleasant days without a prescription after a refill request from my pharmacy received no response for nearly a week despite call after call. As a patient, I never received a phone number for my doctor's office. Every phone call went through a call center who would send "urgent requests" via a mysterious portal to my doctor. In my experience, those "urgent" requests could take days to receive a response. I endured frustration after frustration with this practice for several years simply because I didn't want to bother finding a new doctor, but when systemic administrative incompetence began to infringe on my sense of wellbeing, I knew it was time to move on. Ironically, the time I felt most respected and heard while a patient with this practice was when speaking with a patient experience representative to share these concerns after I decided to find a new doctor.

Katie Rourke: I called today to schedule a consult with a doctor in the Division of Gastroenterology since my Primary Care Doctor recommended a colonoscopy due to blood in my stool (I’m only 30 years old). I was told that their earliest opening to see any GI doctor was 7 MONTHS from now, in December 2022. That is insane, especially for something as important/time sensitive as a colon cancer screening.
Response: Hi Katie, As a patient, your concerns are important to us. We want to help you solve your problem in a timely way. Please contact our Office of Patient Experience so they may troubleshoot these issues directly with you: patientexperience@mfa.gwu.edu or 202-677-6620.

Caroline Barker: I would give zero stars if I could. This place is full of liars, scammers, and frauds. Forget about medical care - protect yourself from their harassing billing practices and DO NOT GO HERE. I have been getting bills for $1000 for over one year that I never owed. The doctor has been fighting with their billing department on my behalf and they still keep sending me bills. I have started the paperwork for a fraud claim with the FTC - they have one more week before I file - that is how severely outrageous my experience has been.

tami.worldmotivator: After a week in intensive care, I learned I experienced a thyroid storm. Drastic weight loss, no voice, migraines, stressing...was a hard few months. Then a dear friend recommended that I meet surgeon, Dr Joshi. His team was very responsive and personable. Even speaking with my thyroid doctor while I was sitting in his office. Through 2 surgeries within 3 months and many tests and visits, Dr Joshi removed my thyroid and repaired my vocal cords. He answered all of my husband's and my 100s of questions and was very reassuring. I honestly believe he cared. If you must have surgery (this was my 1st so I had high anxiety), consider Dr Joshi and his team. He restored my faith is medical care.

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