Some physicians worry about your time too

When it comes to skin cancer, don't be a stranger to your dermatologist--even if she/he is weird. (Flickr photo by The Doctr)

A week or two after I went for my annual full-body scan by my dermatologist, a follow-up “medical practice survey” arrived in the mail.  I was pleased to see that I was asked to rank the quality of 36 areas, including these:

  • Courtesy of the person who scheduled your appointment
  • Our promptness in returning your phone calls
  • Length of wait before going to an exam room
  • Waiting time in exam room before being seen by he care provider
  • Concern the care provider showed for your questions or worries
  • Our sensitivity to your needs
  • Overall rating of care received during your visit

I’m happy to have received the opportunity to provide feedback, an increasingly common practice.  I’m happier still that I was able to grade my visit 5 (very good) on a scale of 5 every time.

Omitting the exam room criteria, the survey seems like a pretty good way to evaluate your real estate broker, no?

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Malcolm Carter
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Senior Vice President
Charles Rutenberg Realty
127 E. 56th Street
New York, NY 10022

M: 347-886-0248
F: 347-438-3201

Malcolm@ServiceYouCanTrust.com
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