I have been a patient of Dr. Mishra's for about 4 years. I had Graves Disease and was successfully treated for this. I find her to be incredibly intelligent, she has very specific knowledge of my thyroid problems, and was diligent in my testing, treatments, and continued tracking of my progress and thyroid levels. I not only would recommend her, but have recommended her to several people, two of which went to see her and found the same experience level as I did. \r
I am however, and probably always be, extremely dissatisfied with their office staff. They are unprofessional, take forever to check you out, take forever to make an appointment, they have lost my lab work orders on more than one occassion, they have been rude and they are like a bunch of children. One actually interuppted me during check out to take a personal call on her cell phone as she held her hand up to me giggling and laughing to her friend on the phone. \r
But, I am willing to deal with the bs because I am so pleased with the level of care I receive from Dr. Mishra, and her assistants as well. During my initial testing, I believe her name was Lynn or Ann, but I was very nervous and afraid through all of the x-rays and tests, and found her to be very comforting, explaining each test in detail and not passing anything off onto another worker. \r
I have read other comments about Dr. Mishra and her lack of skills in examinations for their diabetes, which is a far more severe health issue than I have. (My sister is insulin dependent.) Always look for the doctor that best suits you. I believe Dr. Mishra specializes in disorders of the thyroid more so than any other issue, so for this I would hands down recommend her!
Pros: Dr. Mishra and the technicians
Cons: Office staff (really unprofessional.)