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Dr. Gadi Avshalomov

Allergist (Immunologist)

3.41 (90)

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2084 E 67th St, Brooklyn, NY 11234
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Biography

Education and Background

Education and training

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Specialty
Allergist (Immunologist)
NPI number
1609851617

Reviews

3.41 Based on
2 platforms
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3.7 (68)
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2.5 (22)
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Jul 28, 2022 Daniel Goodman
Hello, If I could give this place 0 stars, I would. I spent over 3 hours waiting for the doctor. At one point, I just got up and left. I wasted my whole day waiting to be seen by a doctor who loves to tell stories to his patients and make others wait (hours). People that came after me, got seen before me. I wouldn't recommend this office if you value your time (and your dignity). You're welcome. Sincerely, Disappointed client.
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Oct 31, 2022 Lianel Balayage
Horrible place. I have been here three times. and each time I waited for the doctor for 3 hours. Today I sat with the child for 3 hours to do a skin test. all the staff said that I need to wait for the doctor, when I waited for the doctor, he told me that at the first appointment he could not do a skin test. I WAITED 3 hours to hear that he can't do this today? and none of the staff could say it! AND NO ONE OF THE STAFF CAN HELP YOU. THIS IS THE MOST DISTURBING PLACE EVER! READ THE OTHER REVIEWS CAREFULLY BEFORE COMING HERE
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Nov 8, 2022 Nodira Faizieva
I received a confirmation. I need an allergy test. On the front desk I showed a text with a reminder. They answered that the doctor was not here today. This is a mockery, why no one called to inform. I am very disappointed. There was no explanation for the patient, they did not even explain the reason and did not apologize. Edited 11/08/2022 I had no reason to go, waste my time and then write a bad review. I needed an allergy test. Appointment was made through Zocdoc, because it would be my first visit, of course I don't have a chart. But if I showed proof of Zocdoc, the front desk should have had my phone number.
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Nov 10, 2021 Amanda Moneta
I would NEVER recommend Dr. Avshalamov, as he rushes you during the appointment, does not listen well or remember information you’ve told him at other appointments and speaks down to you (RUDELY) in a condescending tone, especially if you don’t understand a confusing word/medical term. Most of the staff is also extremely unhelpful, unprofessional, and does not make you feel like they truly care; especially Dr. Gadi himself. The receptionist I dealt with, named Feri, was ruder than any receptionist I’ve ever dealt with and hung up on me when I asked her for help. I saw Dr. Gadi for three years and none of my symptoms improved in the slightest and he downplays what you tell him about your symptoms/condition and honestly makes you feel like you're complaining. My last appointment with him was officially my last time stepping foot in that office. The way he spoke to me and my mother was UNACCEPTABLE. I have never had to leave a review for a medical professional in my life. I am sad that he treats other patients like this. A doctor should never make you feel bad for asking questions and should be in the healthcare profession because they truly care about helping others. Sadly, that is the opposite of Dr. Gadi Avshalomov.
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Costs with Blue Cross/Blue Shield (any - including Anthem, Empire, etc.)

New patient office visit
up to $523*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Minimal complexity
up to $191*
Low complexity
up to $276*
Moderate complexity
up to $417*
High complexity
up to $523*
Allergy test(s) with prick/scratch
up to $51*
Per allergen via prick (up to 60-70 units)
up to $15*
Per dilution of venom (up to 12-15 units)
up to $19*
Per dilution of drug (up to 60-70 units)
up to $51*
Per allergen via injection (up to 60-70 units)
up to $21*
Per airborne allergen with injection (up to 60-70 units)
up to $12*
Per allergen with injection, wait for 24-72 hours for delayed reaction
up to $33*
Per allergen patch test (taping on back)
up to $15*
Allergy shots
up to $54*
Injection of antigen that has been mixed by another physician; single injection
up to $22*
Injection of antigen that has been mixed by another physician; two or more injections
up to $26*
Allergy shot, including mixing of antigen; single injection
up to $16*
Allergy shot, including mixing of antigen; two or more injections
up to $19*
Single dose mixing of antigens to be injected by another physician
up to $33*
Multiple dose mixing of multiple antigens to be injected by another physician
up to $32*
Injection of drug
up to $54*
Breathing (spirometry) test
up to $145*
Breathing (spirometry) test
up to $87*
Breathing (spirometry) test before/after given bronchodilator (medication to ease breathing)
up to $145*
Breathing (spirometry) test after deliberately inducing bronchospasm (wheezing)
up to $143*
Oral food challenge
up to $276*
First 61-120 mins
up to $276*
After 150 mins
up to $191*
Other allergy testing
up to $113*
Photo patch testing (taping allergens on back and exposing to light)
up to $17*
Photo tests (exposing skin to light)
up to $113*
Lung function test
up to $95*
Inhaler demo
up to $43*
Test eye for allergic reactions (ophthalmic mucous membrane tests)
up to $86*
Test nose for allergic reactions (direct nasal mucous membrane test)
up to $62*
Removal of ear wax
up to $122*
Inhaler demo
up to $43*
Nasal endoscopy (test to examine inside of nose and sinuses)
up to $532*
Injection of complex drug (e.g. monoclonal antibodies)
up to $213*
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Price Breakdown

Typical treatment path for Allergy Consultation
These are the most common services patients usually receive during their Allergy Consultation appointment.
New patient office visit
up to $523*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Most common service(s)
Low complexity
up to $276*
Other service(s)
Minimal complexity
up to $191*
Moderate complexity
up to $417*
High complexity
up to $523*

Predicted total:
up to $276*
* depends on your specific insurance (copay, deductible, coverage, etc.)