Edward Stark, M.D.

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Dr. Stark, a New York native, completed his undergraduate degree summa cum laude at City College of New York. He graduated medical school from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He then completed both an internship and residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. He also completed postgraduate work in male infertility and impotency.

Dr. Stark’s areas of urologic expertise are infertility, impotence, Peyronie’s disease, kidney stone disease, prostate cancer, microsurgery, and general urology. He is a member of the American Urological Association and the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology.

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5.0/5
I am very satisfied with the scheduling, the para-professional staff and Dr. Stark. The telephone call answering system is, to say the least, very difficult to reach someone, except for the scheduling personnel.
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5.0/5
Staff was courteous and Dr Stark was thorough and answered all my questions and provided more information.
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I was very pleased with the doctor's explanations of PSA tests and how they relate to cancer risk.
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The office staff is very helpful when I go in for my appointment. The nursing staff is very friendly. Dr. Stark is very informative and has always taken care of all my problems.
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4.0/5
After only one initial appt, I cannot yet say how I feel about the DR and the Practice overall. We'll have to see how future appts go.
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5.0/5
I have been patient here for 10 years.
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I question whether I should have been charged the $30.00 for my visit on August 27 since it was a follow-up for the surgery I had on August 8. All doctors I have had surgeries from before have not charged for the follow-up visit. That visit was considered a part of the procedure and was covered by the charge for the procedure.
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5.0/5
Very impressed with the professionalism of the staff. I came home after my visit and told my husband I would give everyone a 10 out of 10.
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4.0/5
When the doctor is running behind and the schedule appointment time will be missed by an unusually long time, the patient should be made aware of that when signing in. The nurse should say something to the affect that the doctor is running behind and my wait time will be extended.
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5.0/5
This was my yearly check up