Metro Health Endocrinology

Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism · 1 Provider

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Metro Health Endocrinology

555 Midtowne St NE Ste 310
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
View All Locations(616) 252-3630

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Dr. Edward Kryshak, MD

Dr. Edward Kryshak, MD

Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

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Office Provider Reviews

2.4
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based on the average of 66 provider reviews for Metro Health Endocrinology

Review of Dr. Kryshak

- in MI |

Terrible bed side manner, he has a tendency to talk over you, and stare at the computer the entire short appointment.
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- in Grand Rapids, MI |

This is the friendliest doctor I've met in my 75 years. He's treating me for Graves' disease and providing expert care. But my strongest impression is his wonderful personality. It's sheer pleasure to make my semiannual visits to his offices.
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He is an old school doctor with old school views. I didn't get the help I needed until I went to a new doctor who ordered FULL panel thyroid testing and I was diagnosed with Hashimotos. I can't help but wonder how much sooner I could have had help. I've been struggling for 20+ years. Lesson learned.
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-Grand Rapids |

I have been a patient of Dr Kryshak for 10 years. Very helpful.
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-Ionia |

My Pcp and I have aptly nicknamed Dr. Kryshak "Dr. Death". He is miserable and not at all interested in helping a Type 1 Diabetic. He specifically wrote in my notes "Terrible A1c", after my first visit with him. I am SO glad he no longer works for Spectrum Health!
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- in Traverse City, MI |

I traveled from Traverse City Michigan to see this doctor and he did not disappoint me. He took the time to listen to me and his approach is working for me. The PA was equally knowledgeable and approachable to any questions I had. As far as typing notes while seeing the patient, sadly everyone in the medical profession has to utilize their time by multi tasking due to the high numbers of patients they must see and the unrealistic paperwork demands. Please don't misread that.
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- in Cedar Springs Michigan |

Referred due to small nodule on my parathyroid & hypothyroid. Issues with bone, joint & muscle pain. Dr.Kryshak introduced himself, told me the nodule was nothing to be worried about, talked to me for about a minute, turned his back & typed into the computer for about 10 min. Ordered blood work, felt my neck, checked reflexes & sent me on my way. Never talked about why I would feel so poorly. Presents well when he first walks through the door, then forgets your a person. Didn't explain anything.
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- in Holland, MI |

Dr. Kryshak has been my endocrinologist for about five years. I have found him to be excellent in quality of knowledge, caring attention, and interest in the course of my health. I'm a physician myself, and tend to be critical of other physicians' faults; Dr. Kryshak has been an excellent physician for me. I would not hesitate to recommend him as an endocrinologist for others.
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- in Rockford, MI |

Dr. Kryshak is a very knowledgeable Doctor. He always takes the time to answer questions thoroughly and patiently. It wasn't until I came to his office (after years of struggling to find answers) that I finally had a doctor take the time and explain my condition, run the correct tests and get my thyroid levels corrected. I feel great and really feel that I owe it to the level of care Dr. Kryshak provides. His staff has always impressed me, too.
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-Grand Rapids, Mi |

You will not receive personal attention from this dr. except your initial appointment and even lab results will come in the mail a few days later via letter. This doctor and his PA's are not well versed in treating hashimoto's and you will not feel that they care about helping you, rather you will feel like a burden and this attitude continues through staff as well. The worst Spectrum group I have experienced. Unfortunately there are not many endocrinologists around.
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2 Procedures

  • Continuous Glucose Monitoring
  • Diabetes Counseling

Metro Health Endocrinology accepts 7 insurance carriers

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • HAP Insurance
  • Humana
  • Priority Health
  • Spectrum Health
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