Dr Posner like all my NORTHSHORE Drs and techs nurses was extremely interested in myissues friendly and enlightening.
This was our first visit with Dr. Posner. He reviewed my records in depth and provided new insight into the possible reasons for my shortness of breath. He wanted to look deeper into my condition to try to find the source of my issue and determine a course of action. I very much appreciate his approach.
Dr. Posner is fantastic at explaining things. He makes it easy to understand what's going on medically. He listens and is very caring. He has wonderful "bedside manner".
Dr Posner had his cell phone in front of him the entire visit so he could view his text messages. he apologized that his friends were texting him. he then got a work related message and see,,this one is about work. I suggested that he have a separate phone for personal use. he negated everything I had been told previously about a medication I am taking that I was told could be addicting. he told me not to worry about it. He suggested I drink coffee to deal with my daytime sleepiness when I have always been told to avoid caffeine. He did provide some possibly helpful suggestions but he lost me at the beginning due to the cell phone. I would not recommend him.
Very informative experience.
Dr. Posner did not rush me or show any impatience when I asked questions and had to have him repeat some things to me. He is very compassionate and caring and spent a good amount of time with me and my husband. He made sure that we understood his directions before we left his office.
First time meeting this Doctor, appreciate the way he greeted and spoke with me.Affirms me something happens to you young or aged Just normal things in life
conscientious, professional, careful, attentive to the patient!
I was not disappointed with Doctor. He is caring and takes the time to explain what my needs are and answer all my questions to my satisfaction
Dr Posner is very caring and a good communicator. I Really feel he has a good grasp on sleep issues and cares about my diagnoses and treatment.
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There is no way to safely inhale smoke or heated vapor without risking lung damage, says Dr. Adam Posner, MD, a board-certified pulmonologist.