James E. Hollandt, MD

Guthrie Provider

Specialties:

Care Provider Overall: 
4.5
Provider Reviews: 
66
  • Clinical Details
  • Education
Clinical Interests: 
  • Heartburn
  • Physicals
  • Preventive Care
  • Weight Loss
  • Well visits
Residency: 
  • United Health Services, Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center, Johnson City, N.Y. (Internal Medicine)
Education: 
  • Ross University School of Medicine, Portsmouth, Dominica

Patient Comments

Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

Guthrie Patient: October 2018
I recently returned to Owego Guthrie for my health needs. Dr. Hollandt has been exceptional in that he takes the time to listen and actually makes eye contact with you. I believe he is very knowledgable in his profession and strives to give his patients the best possible care. Thank you Guthrie for bringing Dr. Hollandt to Owego!
Guthrie Patient: October 2018
No complaints
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
He Needs to work on kindness time spend with Patience and Question with good easy Answers.
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Dr Holland is a very nice person and I have a very high respect for him ,and I have a very high confidence of him being my Dr
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Dr. Hollandt had seen me once before and this visit only confirmed my first impression of him that he is very knowledgeable and friendly.
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
I won't come back, I will find another Dr.
Guthrie Patient: August 2018
No complaints.
Guthrie Patient: June 2018
Good.
Guthrie Patient: June 2018
like i mentioned before, i felt rushed just because it was closing time. I'll have a better feel next visit
Guthrie Patient: April 2018
my first appt. with this DR previous one left guthrie never been asked about family history by either one,thought this used to be important. Most of my communication is by internet not phone maybe you should upgrade your survey also other things could be upgraded