great listener,and explained treatment withgraphics.
*Dr. Fimmel was super in every aspect. Have told others how good he was.
Dr. Fimmel was excellent! He took time to explain everything to me and reassured me with answering all my questions.
Dr. Fimmel was very thorough in explaining my condition which some how when I left his office I didn't feel stressed...He is super nice and I strongly recommend him to friends and family,
First, Dr Fimmel attended to the liver system concerns of this follow-up visit by carefully reviewing (with patient) notes, test results, scans, and phone communications of the initial visit. But, what's extraordinary is that Dr Fimmel is concerned and interested in the total wellness of his patient. Dr Fimmel invited this elderly patient and his caregiver spouse to relate any current medical issues and questions they might have. He referred to pertinent medical records before offering professional input. Dr Fimmel gave recommendations and suggestions based on professional and personal experiences. Patient and caregiver came away from this visit feeling whole- encouraged, valued, and grateful. This is medical service at its best!
Dr. Fimmel explains my condition and treatment in ways i can understand . He is always prepared and knows my history very well .
I can honestly say this Doctor is an amazing human being. Explaining everything with simple words and above all very kind
*Dr. Fimmel was personable & knowledgeable. He had had a diagnosis in mind but changed once he assessed the labs more carefully.
Dr Fimmel was excellent. He spent time with me and was extremely knowledgeable.
Dr Fimmel was excellent.We spoke fir quite awhile, and I was given as much time as I needed to ask questions. He is extremely professional and caring.
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