Theodora Kulesza - Galvez, MD

Family Medicine

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Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.8 out of 5
37 Ratings
Comments

Education

  • Undergraduate: Rutgers University, New Jersey
  • Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine, Dominica, Wisconsin
  • Residency: Family Medicine, St. Joseph's Medical Center, Paterson, New Jersey

Special Interests:

Dr. Kulesza-Galvez hails from New Jersey. She attended Rutgers University. She completed residency in Family Medicine at New York Medical College's St Joseph's Regional Medical Center Campus. She is a Board Certified Family Medicine physician. She has trained extensively in medicine, surgery, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology. Dr.Galvez has presented research on nutrition and obesity at the NJ AFP Scientific Assembly and New York Medical College Research Day. Dr.Galvez has received the Teaching Award for excellence. She mentored and supervised hundreds of medical students while attending New York Medical College Residency at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in NJ. Dr. Galvez practices evidence-based medicine. She is ACLS, BLS and PALS certified. Dr. Galvez is fluent in English and Spanish. Her favorite quote regarding medicine was written by William Osler, " The good physician treats the disease, the great physician treats the patient who has the disease."

Patient Ratings & Comments

The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to provider related questions on our independently administered Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score.
4.8
Friendliness/courtesy of Care provider
4.8
Likelihood of recommending Care provider
4.8
Care provider efforts to include in decisions
4.8
Care provider explanations of prob/condition
4.9
Care provider concern for questions/worries
4.8
Patients' confidence in Care provider
4.8
Care provider spoke using clear language

Comments

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