I'm glad patients have or had good experiences with Jaremko. I, however, am not one of those patients. Doctors should make patients feel comfortable and help as much as they're able. With Jaremko, it was the opposite. I had an appointment for 10am one morning. I received a phone call from his office secretary stating that he had a family emergency and he would have to reschedule me. Totally understandable! I was finally rescheduled a few weeks later with an 8am appointment. When I arrived, the secretary told me to take a seat and someone would be with me shortly. When the nurse (I'm assuming she was a nurse), took me back, she explained that he didn't have time to see me because morning appointments were for "serious" or "emergency" cases. Woah. Wait a minute, you rescheduled me at 8am, I didn't choose this appointment time! They knew what I was coming in for so now I'm not allowed to see the doctor because my condition isn't "serious" or an "emergency"?? After I confronted the nurse about how they rescheduled me, she went and got Dr. Jaremko. He came in, asked me if I had anything I was truly worried about. I told him I had a few moles I wanted him to look at. He literally looked for less than 5 seconds at my body and said you're fine. He then left the room and the nurse gave me a card with different kinds of moles to watch for (growth, color change, etc.) That was my appointment. I would never recommend him or his office staff to anyone.