Dr. Singh is amazing. She spent a significant amount of time with me and listened to my concerns. She set up a good plan of care and made sure I understood it. I really appreciated how quickly I was able to get scheduled and how she made me feel heard. She and her staff were very polite and helpful. I couldn’t have been more pleased with my experience.
From the time we walked in the door is has been a great experience. Friendly, answered nervous questions more than once and did it with a smile, the folks behind the scene s helped me to be relaxed with providing me information and answered my questions. They laughed at my corny jokes they have heard many times I’m sure. Made a serous procedure with many risks involved easy to go through. Good job Team Root.
Very good Experience
The staff was friendly and made me feel at ease prior to the procedure and afterwards. Everything was done in a professional manner.
My visit to the Endoscopy Center was excellent, from ladies at the check in, to nurses, techs and Doctor Banerjee. The nurses were so efficient and professional that my experience was not stressful at all. I had excellent care.
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