Enlighten Psychiatric Services
134 W Market St, Lewistown, PA 17044
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134 W Market St
Lewistown, PA 17044
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Dr Patel and Staff have always treated me utmost respect. I think he an excellent physician and has excellent staff.if you have a problem and need to be seen sooner they fit you into the schedule. As far as you people saying he has. dozed off? He's thinking! I've noticed he really thinks about his treatment regimen. I fully trust him with my care and any of my family members care. I highly respect him. He has brought me a long way and for that I thank him and his staff.
Ive read the other reviews. First of all, a 14 year old-in the mental health field, 14 year olds are old enough to give legal consent. This is not this business's rule, it's the law. So maybe next time you should go in with your daughter (is there a reason she doesn't want you to go in?? Did she sign a consent for you??)
Dr. Patel is the most caring, understanding doctor around, He is not going to just 'fill out paper work'. Your family doctor should be able to do this. This is a specialty practice... for mental health. He processes his thoughts, I highly doubt he was 'dozing off' during any session.
I have always been treated with the utmost respect and friendliness by all staff members.
No all that impressed. I take my daughter to this place and she really likes them. My daughter is 14 and they allow her in the office by herself and when my daughter comes out she hands me a slip with a return appointment in 2 weeks. I go to pick up her prescriptions and the doses are increased or changed. You think because of the medicine being anti-depressants (Zoloft) the doctor would talk to me about some of the issues first and maybe me give some idea what is going on and how i can help instead of letting my daughter think popping pills is a cure! The last time my daughter handed me paperwork that had an order for bloodwork. I was trying to asked the doctor the reason but all i get is an attitude and no answers. the only excuse i got was that they want to change her meds. again but need to check her blood levels first.
I went in for a simple thing. I needed a Penndot form filled out simply stating I do not have any conditions that prevent me from driving. Time is of the essence with forms such as these which I tried explaining. However, instead of helping me to clear up this situation in a timely fashion, the enlighten doctor decided I needed the run around, ordering blood tests and extra appointments, I suspect not because it was necessary but to generate more revenue (bills for me).