If you have asthma, this is not the office for you. Honestly, the clutter and the dust I could overlook but the smoke was too much to bear. I saw Dr. Stolz for 2 visits for a surgical clearance. On the first visit, I was told that she would charge my coverage for 3 visits, only seeing me twice and one for writing the Evaluation. I waited about 15 minutes to see her, she spent approximately 10 minutes with me taking my coverage, making me fill out some forms. She talked to me for 5 minutes then gave me a stack of additional forms to fill out and asked me to fill them out in the waiting area. While I filled out the papers, she was in her adjacent office smoking. I had to stand outside because i could feel my chest constricting and gurgling from the smoke. Each paper in the stack that she gave me was upside down which was beyond annoying and gives a glimpse of her state of mind. My second visit was all of 5 minutes while she gave me a handwritten evaluation. She stated that she only hand wrote her evaluations and that she did not type them. She asked if the doctor wanted her to type it if I could do that for her. At least the second session she had the door open so that the cigarette smoke was not as bad but I was prepared with my inhaler this time. Thank God I did not have to see her further. I was willing to over look all of this but the next day I received a call from my doctor who stated that they did not accept hand written evaluations and would not submit one to the insurance. They also contacted Dr. Stolz and stated same. I then received a call at my home (yes at my home) from Dr. Stolz asking if I could type the evaluation on her letter and she would sign it. I answered no and she said she would get someone to do it for her. She also said how outrages the doctor was because they wanted her to charge me for the typed copy of my evaluation but she would do it for free (wow). Summary -Unhealthy conditions, unethical practices, and violation of privacy by having "someone" type my evaluation.