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Dr. Norman Weinzweig, MD

Cosmetic, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

3000 N Halsted St Ste 601

(773) 348-1300 (773) 348-1300 (312) 767-4365

Repuscore

57%

6 Reviews

About me

Dr. Norman Weinzweig, MD is a Cosmetic, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Specialist in Chicago, IL. He is affiliated with medical facilities Rush University Medical Center and Loyola University Medical Center. He is accepting new patients. Be sure to call ahead with Dr. Weinzweig to book an appointment.

Repuscore Overview

Patient’s experience of staff, facilities and outcome

55%

What a higher score can indicate (>75%):

Patients have reviewed this doctor consistently positive about their staff, their facilities and/or are happy with their results.

What a lower score can indicate (<55%):

This doctor may have a lack of reviews, the reviews themselves are poor quality or they are unhappy about their experience.

Background & credentials

65%

What a higher score can indicate (>75%):

This doctor is more likely to be board certified, doesn’t have any malpractics, relies on many years of experience and went to a top medical school.

What a lower score can indicate (<55%):

Very low scores can indicate that this doctor may have evidence of board actions or malpractice or is less likely to be board certified.

Personality

55%

What a higher score can indicate (>75%):

We score a range of characteristics of doctors that are perceived positive such as honesty, professional and things like bedside manner.

What a lower score can indicate (<55%):

This doctor may have limited amount of reviews or the reviews themselves are not very descriptive.

Recommendations

55%

What a higher score can indicate (>75%):

This doctor is likely to have many patient recommending him or her.

What a lower score can indicate (<55%):

A very low score can mean that patients are not recommending this doctor, but more commonly people don’t recommend means that they fail to report this in their reviews.

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Dr. Norman Weinzweig, MD - Reviews

Annonymous

Patient

I had a traumatic injury to my left hand from a table saw. I lost two fingers and parts of two others as well as breaking several bones in my hand. Dr. Weinzweig came in to do my surgery at 1am! he was able to re-attach my two partial amputations and save those two fingers. My occupational therapist has been doing this for 35 years and was thoroughly impressed with the surgery and recovery results. He and his staff have been very kind and helpful for this entire 10 month process including returning my calls from his home when he was not even working. I could not have asked for a better surgeon or experience!

Annonymous

Patient

Rude doctor , full of himself . Rude to patient and did not answer my husbands questions

Annonymous

Patient

Excellent surgeon

Annonymous

Patient

he hardly offered any good advice on how to expedite my healing process. i would ask him questions and he wouldnt really advocate one direction or another. after a while i felt he wasnt really interested in helping me get better quicker. when taking out my stitches he forgot one that i later had to pull myself. i wouldn't recommend this doc...i think he just wants to get as many people in and out as possible.

Annonymous

Patient

Broken finger, surgeon put pins in- This doctor's surgery skill is average at best. My pins kept falling out, but the real problems began in the follow up care. They have a physical therapist in the office, and their office is not very easy to get to. Especially if you live or work in the chicagoland suburbs. If you are working and trying to go to physical therapy at the same time do not even bother with them. They would rather you just quit your job it is more convenient for them.(unbelievable, huh?) They also try to drag out your therapy sessions for the money. The worst part has to be their receptionist, she is not very nice at all a real "witch." My over all experience was extremely poor and I would not recommend this doctor and especially his staff, to anyone I know.

2 Doodles in IL, IL – Apr 16, 2019

Patient

Had finger reconstruction after breaking my knuckle, and he tore my finger into pieces, cutting a zigzag incision on the bottom finger and straight incision across top opening both sides, waking me up during surgery!