Fayer Steven Md

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  • 161 E 74TH St

    New York, NY 10021

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  • 212-628-6208

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i come from a family of good, caring, ethical doctors, so i have a lot of respect for the profession and supporting that profession. however, mr fayer was quite to the contrary of all the good doctors i know, mr fayer (i cannot call him a doctor as he did not observe his hippocratic oath when i was supposed to be in his care). during two office visits with mr. fayer, he consistently and intentionally insulted me, made derogatory statements about me, and harmful assumptions about me. i have no idea why he was so abusive with me right from the start, isn't a dr.'s intent to heal? so, why would he be laughing and cruelly be verbally abusive to me - someone he just met, no less?
let me get into just a few specifics: i was telling him about a 30 year old dear friend of mine who had died of an overdose. i was crying about the loss and expressing concerns that i did not want to overdose myself on a new benzodiazepine i was taking. he then said quite coldly and cruelly, (i paraphrase, i cant quote exactly) 'do you have some kind of condition where you cry all the time?...with you, it's like diarrhea of the eyes or something!' (you would think it was a joke - it was no joke though)
when i would try to defend his cruel comments such as the one i just mentioned, he would say to me, 'you're just talking psychobabble' i asked him what that meant and he would not tell me, i gather that it was some way of trying to make me feel stupid and invalidate any protest to his cruelty i had. his behavior was totally unacceptable. if he treats others like this, that is unacceptable too. i cannot support an abusive person like that at all, if you are thinking of going to see him, please beware, or please, think twice. if you are seeing him, you always have the right and the dignity to end a relationship with someone who may be abusing you....and, mr fayer...shame on you...glad i got out as soon as i could, but, shame on you...shame on you. what happened to your hippocratic oath? you should be ashamed, you really know nothing about being any kind of doctor, let alone, a good doctor, at all....and what those other reviewers are saying about him being abruptly obsessed with his ringing cell phone and texts during the session is true, very true and so inappropriate...what a quack...

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i come from a family of good, caring, ethical doctors, so i have a lot of respect for the profession and supporting that profession. however, mr fayer was quite to the contrary of all the good doctors i know, mr fayer (i cannot call him a doctor as he did not observe his hippocratic oath when i was supposed to be in his care). during two office visits with mr. fayer, he consistently and intentionally insulted me, made derogatory statements about me, and harmful assumptions about me. i have no idea why he was so abusive with me right from the start, isn't a dr.'s intent to heal? so, why would he be laughing and cruelly be verbally abusive to me - someone he just met, no less?
let me get into just a few specifics: i was telling him about a 30 year old dear friend of mine who had died of an overdose. i was crying about the loss and expressing concerns that i did not want to overdose myself on a new benzodiazepine i was taking. he then said quite coldly and cruelly, (i paraphrase, i cant quote exactly) 'do you have some kind of condition where you cry all the time?...with you, it's like diarrhea of the eyes or something!' (you would think it was a joke - it was no joke though)
when i would try to defend his cruel comments such as the one i just mentioned, he would say to me, 'you're just talking psychobabble' i asked him what that meant and he would not tell me, i gather that it was some way of trying to make me feel stupid and invalidate any protest to his cruelty i had. his behavior was totally unacceptable. if he treats others like this, that is unacceptable too. i cannot support an abusive person like that at all, if you are thinking of going to see him, please beware, or please, think twice. if you are seeing him, you always have the right and the dignity to end a relationship with someone who may be abusing you....and, mr fayer...shame on you...glad i got out as soon as i could, but, shame on you...shame on you. what happened to your hippocratic oath? you should be ashamed, you really know nothing about being any kind of doctor, let alone, a good doctor, at all....and what those other reviewers are saying about him being abruptly obsessed with his ringing cell phone and texts during the session is true, very true and so inappropriate...what a quack...

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Dr. Fayer is nice enough, but he can be forgetful and inadvertently dismissive. He seems like the type who is probably better with patients his own age than with Millenials or Gen-Xers. I suppose that's the case with a lot of Boomer-aged doctors, though-- to them, we'll always be kids.

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Dr. Fayer is nice enough, but he can be forgetful and inadvertently dismissive. He seems like the type who is probably better with patients his own age than with Millenials or Gen-Xers. I suppose that's the case with a lot of Boomer-aged doctors, though-- to them, we'll always be kids.

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