Meera M. Patrawala, M.D.

Atlanta Allergy & Asthma

Allergy / Immunology: Diagnosis and Treatment of Environmental and Food Allergies, Asthma, Sinusitis, Skin Allergies, Drug Allergies, Insect Sting Allergy, Eosinophilic Esophagitis, and Immune Deficiency

Roswell, Dacula

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We didn't waitl ong to see Dr. Patrawala in exam room. She provided needed information to figure out what may be the cause of his current condition and that is appreciated. However, I do not recall Dr. Patrawala greeting my son. She did not check any of his vitals or thoroughly took a look at his skin. She sat in her chair the entire appointment.


She was rude. Through the whole time of the appointment. The nursing staff was amazing. She really could use a physician bedside manner course class or something to find a good personality.


Doctor had a difficult attitude since we requested the additional test to make sure what she said about the potential allergy is correct. The nurse that performed the test was top notch service and friendly. We paid too much 1200 plus for the 15 minutes allergic tests and the doctor attitude made it difficult to visit this doctor again.


Very professional and kind and very concerned, very informative with which decisions I have and I will definitely be doing a follow up with her.


She is the best. She was able to keep my 5 year old calm throughout the entire visit!


Did not try to troubleshoot the issue at all. Just seemed eager to send us to dermatologist when the issues were mostly congestion and gastrointestinal from whatever they are reacting to


She is very nice, very knowledgeable, great listener, and a great medical advisor.


We had a 4pm and 4:30 pm appointment for our boys. My husband took one child to the 4pm appointment. I and our other son got there at 4:30pm. Dr. Patrawala looked annoyed when I was asking questions in regards to the son who had the 4pm appointment and wanted to rush to the 4:30 pm appointment. Her answers to some of my questions didn't really make sense. Also, when I noticed when I asked her questions she would look away. Her tone made me feel like I was annoying her. At one point she told me "we closed at 5pm". When we left at 6pm there was still a room full of people in the practice's lobby?! It may have been an off day and maybe the practice is overworking the doctors. Not sure and I hope that is the case. If not, then she needs to have better bedside manners and work on her body language.


Q at the front desk was wonderful! Dr. Patrawala was rude, dismissive and condescending during my child’s appointment on Sept. 7, 2023. As a parent who understands that doctors, like all of us, are humans who are busy and have a lot of stressors- I get it and try to give the benefit of the doubt. However, I also expect to be able to ask questions and have a true conversation with the doctor treating my child about care and possible ways forward for supporting my child— without having the doctor get frustrated with me asking questions and exclaim, “So what do you want me to do?!” Mind you, we only talked for about 5 mins, so I wasn’t taking a lot of time. Patients/caregivers should be encouraged to ask questions and converse with their doctors and should expect professional and non-dismissive engagement with their healthcare professionals. Having my child ask why the doctor was acting that way and having to explain the situation to them added to my disappointment yesterday.


Takes time to explain what ever you have wrong and what to do to fix it.

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