Strongly recommend: 63%Neutral: 17%Don't recommend: 20%7.9
63% strongly recommend
27 reviews
Humanity
7.6
7.6
Humanity

Ratings of 1 mean patients felt this doctor treated them as "a number."

Ratings of 10 mean patients felt this doctor treated them as "a human."

Communication
8.2
8.2
Communication

Ratings of 1 mean poor communication.

Ratings of 10 mean excellent communication.

Frequency Seen
7.7
7.7
Frequency Seen

Ratings of 1 mean patients only saw this doctor once or twice during treatment.

Ratings of 10 mean patients saw this doctor at every appointment.

Responsiveness
5
OK
Responsiveness

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Education

Medical School
Wayne State
Residency
Albert Einstein
Fellowship
Cornell

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Dan Goldschlag works at

Weill Cornell Medical College
Strongly recommend: 80%Neutral: 12%Don't recommend: 8%9.1

At 3 offices

Long Island
1300 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
(516) 742-4100
Upper East Side
1305 York Avenue
New York, NY 10021
(646) 962-2764
Upper West Side
2315 Broadway
New York, NY 10024
(646) 962-3767
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Age 30 - 31
Treated 2018 - 2019
Success w/ Doc No
2 IUI
Diminished Ovarian Reserve
Poor Egg Quality
Unexplained
European
1st of 2 Docs
Doesn't Recommend
Doesn't Recommend
He [Dr. Goldschlag] reported that the number and quality of my eggs are very low and may not be that great...During appointments I could hardly hear what he was saying as he ultrasounded me. I would ask questions and get no answer. I would then email him still no answer, I would call his office and still no answers. Turns out he wrote in my chart patient has many questions one day. All of those questions were still unanswered.
Never really got to know anyone in particular [at Weill Cornell] except the front desk when I had to leave after waiting over an hour and a half and had to go to work. There was one lady who made fun of me for going to the clinic as I was told I should by dr G. for my trigger injection...didn’t tell me the protocols of how much estrogen and when. The didn’t tell me when to start the clomid and one time it was too late and I already had a follicle and then he scoffed at me that if I took it I may have more eggs but the probably would all be defective if I took it. I didn’t know it was category x
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
He seemed to have a hard time making direct eye contact with me especially when I asked questions or he was explaining things during my ultrasounds. He was very submissive of my questions that started with based on my research (of which I meant scholarly articles since I too am a doctor, I may be a doctor of physical therapy however I understand researching) what do you think about diet, supplements, acupuncture, and my other issues anxiety, low iron, stress, lack of progesterone etc.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Demand eye contact.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
We went after researching many. After meeting him my husband seemed to like him, so we stayed initially. He kinda laughed at us the first day “why are you here? Did you know you are one of my youngest clients. This should be pretty easy.” After my blood work was taken he then called us in. He said that my husbands numbers were “low that day but he may have masturbated to recently to the data so he is probably fine. The reason he sometimes could not ejaculate was most like because,” turns to me, without looking at me, “the stress that is placed on him.” “(My) numbers aren’t terrible but aren’t great as my AMH IS 0.55. So we are going to treat you like a much older woman well into her 40s.” All without eye contact. I had to pipe up and ask what amh meant again. We were pretty new to all of this. I really wasn’t sure. He reported that the number and quality of my eggs are very low and may not be that great. I’m still having a hard time forgetting. “Not terrible”. During appointments I could hardly hear what he was saying as he ultrasounded me. I would ask questions and get no answer. I would then email him still no answer, I would call his office and still no answers. Turns out he wrote in my chart patient has many questions one day. All of those questions were still unanswered. I finally got my husband to ask after realizing DrG rarely made eye contact with me. He finally answered my husband the same questions I had been asking a few cycles ago. After that I was done with him. I took a break, cleaned up my diet, got some other hormones checked and took supplements. Now we are meeting with a new doctor who already explained the most of that was a waste of time for me.
Describe the protocols Dan Goldschlag used in your cycles at Weill Cornell Medical College and their degree of success.
Natural timing, clomid 50 with iui, estrogen patches with natural, climbs 150 with iui.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Never really got to know anyone in particular except the front desk when I had to leave after waiting over an hour and a half and had to go to work. There was one lady who made fun of me for going to the clinic as I was told I should by dr G. for my trigger injection.
Describe your experience with Weill Cornell Medical College.
Strengths multiple doctors. Weakness you may still wait to get seen for hours. You will see other doctors. I had no idea I was supposed to keep a full bladder for the iui. I had been drinking water that entire morning waiting for my husband etc but thought I should use the restroom bc I really had to go and was worried it my hurt if they had to open my cervix and didn’t want to pee on the table so I quickly ran to the bathroom. Hearing that doctor complain about me ruining her morning making her job so much harder was horrible. Making me think that bc my bladder wasn’t full I was another reason my iui failed. Cold voicemails to tell you that The blood test was negative for your pregnancy.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College.
400/ ultrasound I think it was $2000 for the iui
Describe Dan Goldschlag's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Weill Cornell Medical College.
N/a
What specific things went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College?
  • Failed to call in prescriptions to pharmacy
  • Lost appointments
  • Failed to send your chart to another clinic
  • Failed to inform you of changes in protocol
  • Provided conflicting information
  • Failed to convey critical information
  • Failed to consider drug intolerance
Describe the specific things that went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College.
They forgot to fax the medication prescription and then were mad at me bc I didn’t have it. The didn’t tell me the protocols of how much estrogen and when. The didn’t tell me when to start the clomid and one time it was too late and I already had a follicle and then he scoffed at me that if I took it I may have more eggs but the probably would all be defective if I took it. I didn’t know it was category x
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Upper East Side
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7
Age 38
Treated 2018
Success w/ Doc ?
1 Egg Freezing
Diminished Ovarian Reserve
Ashkenazi Jewish
Income $100K - $199K
Teacher
2nd of 2 Docs
Doesn't Recommend
Neutral
Dr. Goldschlag is a very kind doctor. He is very quiet when he talks. That quietness and calmness definitely puts you at ease a bit, but with all of the machines running, it can be difficult to hear him at times. He doesn't explain much or provide you with much information other than, "You'll hear from a nurse later with instructions." If you have questions, he will answer them and give you the time you deserve, but sometimes on the spot it can be overwhelming
The clinic [Weill Cornell ] moves quickly. This is both a good thing and a bad thing. It's good if you need to get to work, but bad if you don't want to feel like a number. Always be prepared with your questions or you will be rushed out the door...There is one nurse who is not very compassionate and extremely rude on the phone. She talks quickly and becomes irritated if you ask questions for clarification.
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Dr. Goldschlag is a very kind doctor. He is very quiet when he talks. That quietness and calmness definitely puts you at ease a bit, but with all of the machines running, it can be difficult to hear him at times. He doesn't explain much or provide you with much information other than, "You'll hear from a nurse later with instructions." If you have questions, he will answer them and give you the time you deserve, but sometimes on the spot it can be overwhelming and you're not necessarily sure what your questions are. I wish he was more thorough when in the room, so that questions didn't arise when you left because getting in contact with a nurse, or him, is difficult. You always get a machine.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Come prepared with questions to avoid playing phone tag. Also, have patience because you will never get a live person on the phone. You have to leave a message and receive a call back. If answering the phone at your job is difficult, this can feel very stressful.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Dr. Goldschlag is a very kind doctor and will answer any questions, but you have to ask the questions or your time with him is limited and not filled with much information. At each appointment he scrolls through your files quickly, before speaking to you. It made me feel like he wasn't very familiar with my case. It would have made me feel more comfortable if he did that before entering the room or at least explained what he was looking at and why to make me feel more at ease.
Describe the protocols Dan Goldschlag used in your cycles at Weill Cornell Medical College and their degree of success.
My cycle hasn't started yet, but I have been prescribed: estrogen patches for before my period to suppress my ovaries Gonal menopur HCG Leuprolide z pack Cetrotide
Describe your experience with your nurse at Weill Cornell Medical College. (Assigned nurse: Loraine )
There is one nurse who is not very compassionate and extremely rude on the phone. She talks quickly and becomes irritated if you ask questions for clarification. She acts as if you should know and understand everything she is spitting at you. My first interaction with her was very unpleasant and I hung up crying. I left a message for a call back, because you never get a live person, and she never called me back, which was extremely stressful with the time sensitive nature. I then had to wait another month, which was fine because she stressed me out so much, I felt completely overwhelmed and needed to take some time to process everything. Every interaction with her has been unpleasant and I have felt dismissed. I explained to her that I needed a specific pharmacy for my insurance to cover the medications and she claimed, "We never had that conversation." My prescription was called in to the specific pharmacy, after being called into a different one, so obviously we had a conversation about it. She was very curt on the phone, which makes a stressful time even more stressful. She was also very rude with me when I asked if my file mentioned to try and call after 3:00pm, because I'm a teacher. She made it clear that that's not always going to be possible. I said I understood that, I just wanted to know if it was in my file because I had asked the doctor's assistant to make a note of it. She is so quick to talk over you and doesn't hear what you're asking. She has taken an already stressful time in a woman's life and made it much more stressful, which is terrible. Just because she deals with this everyday and it is easy for her, she needs to understand that this is overwhelming and patients have questions. It was a very upsetting experience. That being said, Dr. Goldschlag's assistant, Shanise, is lovely and has gone above and beyond to make sure my questions get answered and that I feel comfortable with the process. I mentioned my interaction with the nurse and how upsetting it was to feel invisible and dismissed and she really stepped up and has helped with the process. She told me that I should always contact her directly and she will get my questions to the right place and get back to me with the necessary information. After our conversation I even got a call from the doctor, which I didn't even ask for. It remains stressful that no one answers the phones and you need to leave a message, but Shanise will get back to you within 2 hours.
Describe your experience with Weill Cornell Medical College.
The clinic moves quickly. This is both a good thing and a bad thing. It's good if you need to get to work, but bad if you don't want to feel like a number. Always be prepared with your questions or you will be rushed out the door.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Should be around $10,000
What specific things went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College?
  • Failed to call in prescriptions to pharmacy
  • Provided conflicting information
Describe the specific things that went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College.
The issues I had was with one nurse not listening. I made it clear that my prescriptions need to be filled at a specific pharmacy for insurances purposes and she continued to call it in to my local pharmacy. She would become rude and short on the phone each time I explained this.
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Dan Goldschlag
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7
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Upper East Side
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Age 35 - 38
Treated 2014 - 2017
Success w/ Doc No
1 IVF
1 Egg Freezing
Diminished Ovarian Reserve
Ashkenazi Jewish
Income $200K - $499K
Marketer or PR
1st of 3 Docs
Doesn't Recommend
Doesn't Recommend
While Dr. Goldschlag is clearly a caring and dedicated doctor and his practice coordinator Shanise is his biggest asset, no single doctor or doctor/patient coordinator duo can make up for the extreme institutional disorganization that plagues Weill Cornell/CRM...I also would have liked more information along the way without a lot of prodding/questioning, he's largely a man of few words. My biggest disappointment/frustration was a lack of communication which I suspect was due to balancing a large practice, both when there was good news (surprise natural pregnancy) followed by the need to request a call when there was bad news (chemical pregnancy), which ultimately was the impetus for me leaving Weill Cornell/CRM.
We experienced a truly avoidable medication debacle that set us back several thousands of dollars. With better support and education from Weill Cornell/CRM (which we received at two other NYC facilities, so we know our expectations weren't unrealistic), this literally never would have happened. It was a truly crushing blow during what was already a highly stressful, expensive process...Weill Cornell/CRM has the power of research and cross-collaboration with other departments over time under their belt. Patients benefit from that, maybe even without knowing it. Their biggest weakness is size, a lack of personalized care, disorganization and certain staffers who bring down the efficacy of the overall operation, either with their own inefficiency or simply a bad attitude.
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Dr. Goldschlag is a caring, compassionate doctor though I ultimately found him overly optimistic in my particular case. I also would have liked more information along the way without a lot of prodding/questioning, he's largely a man of few words. My biggest disappointment/frustration was a lack of communication which I suspect was due to balancing a large practice, both when there was good news (surprise natural pregnancy) followed by the need to request a call when there was bad news (chemical pregnancy), which ultimately was the impetus for me leaving Weill Cornell/CRM.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Be prepared to advocate for yourself and do a tremendous amount of independent research and legwork when it comes to all things related to your cycle including prior authorization, insurance coverage, billing and medications.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
While Dr. Goldschlag is clearly a caring and dedicated doctor and his practice coordinator Shanise is his biggest asset, no single doctor or doctor/patient coordinator duo can make up for the extreme institutional disorganization that plagues Weill Cornell/CRM. The prior authorization process is basically an exercise in begging to get things done and a lack of education/support from the billing team resulted in a medication debacle that set us back several thousands of dollars.
Describe the protocols Dan Goldschlag used in your cycles at Weill Cornell Medical College and their degree of success.
Follistim/Gonal-F, Menopur, Ganirelex + hCG trigger
Describe your experience with your nurse at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Dr. Goldschlag's biggest asset is his practice coordinator Shanise. She's a true gem. One of his nurses is particularly compassionate and consistently helpful, the others are robots who are condescending and act like they're doing you a favor by returning your call or sharing updates.
Describe your experience with Weill Cornell Medical College.
Weill Cornell/CRM has the power of research and cross-collaboration with other departments over time under their belt. Patients benefit from that, maybe even without knowing it. Their biggest weakness is size, a lack of personalized care, disorganization and certain staffers who bring down the efficacy of the overall operation, either with their own inefficiency or simply a bad attitude.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College.
$10,500 IVF base price + cost of medications ($10k, in my case)
What specific things went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College?
  • Failed to call in prescriptions to pharmacy
  • Lost paperwork
  • Failed to call with results
  • Failed to inform you of changes in protocol
  • Provided conflicting information
  • Failed to convey critical information
  • Scheduled the wrong procedure
Describe the specific things that went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College.
We experienced a truly avoidable medication debacle that set us back several thousands of dollars. With better support and education from Weill Cornell/CRM (which we received at two other NYC facilities, so we know our expectations weren't unrealistic), this literally never would have happened. It was a truly crushing blow during what was already a highly stressful, expensive process.
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Explained risks
Adaptability
2
Clinic
Weill Cornell Medical College
Upper East Side
Operations
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3
Age 30
Treated 2016
Success w/ Doc ?
2 IVF
Anovulation
PCOS
Unexplained
Ashkenazi Jewish
Income $100K - $199K
Teacher
2nd of 4 Docs
Doesn't Recommend
Doesn't Recommend
I only saw my doctor [Dr. Goldschlag] 2 times throughout my entire IVF cycle. I had no direct way of getting in touch with him. If I called the clinic it would take him several days to call me back. After my negative pregnancy test he didn't return my call for three days...I was overmedicated so of my 24 eggs none made it to day 5. Dr. Goldschlag was hard to get in touch with so I often felt very in the dark...Mostly poor communication with the doctor.
Cornell has a good reputation, factory-like but well oiled machine....The nurse supervisor was very rude to me. She told me I had no choice of the nurse I was assigned even though I was assured I would not be given this nurse after I decided to pay privately ($15,000) for IVF with them. She was yelling at me right after I found out my fresh transfer was negative...Get there early to avoid long waits...I had a very bad experience with Dr. Goldschlag's primary nurse
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
He is smart and Cornell is a good clinic with a good reputation. I personally had a very bad experience. I was overmedicated so of my 24 eggs none made it to day 5. Dr. Goldschlag was hard to get in touch with so I often felt very in the dark.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Know that Cornell is a bit of a factory so you need to be very assertive and proactive to have your needs met. Your main nurse is very important.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
I only saw my doctor 2 times throughout my entire IVF cycle. I had no direct way of getting in touch with him. If I called the clinic it would take him several days to call me back. After my negative pregnancy test he didn't return my call for three days. I also specifically asked him to not put me with a certain nurse if I did IVF with him he agreed and then put me with that nurse and then said I had no choice. He should have told me that from the beginning
Describe the protocols Dan Goldschlag used in your cycles at Weill Cornell Medical College and their degree of success.
He first did an IUI with me because I didn't ovulate on my own. This resulted in an ectopic pregnancy. He then told me I had a 25% chance of having another ectopic pregnancy so I switched to IVF. After 1 cycle I switched clinics
Describe your experience with your nurse at Weill Cornell Medical College. (Assigned nurse: Allison)
I had a very bad experience with Dr. Goldschlag's primary nurse. When I had the ectopic pregnancy (my first ever pregnancy), I'd call and ask questions to which she'd respond "use your own judgement." This was very difficult as I was brand new to the fertility process. After my ectopic pregnancy I received methotrexate shots. I called and told her I was still cramping and bleeding a lot. I don't think she ever went back and told the doctor and I needed emergency surgery to remove my fallopian tube.
Describe your experience with Weill Cornell Medical College.
Cornell has a good reputation, factory-like but well oiled machine. It doesn't bother me if I go to a factory like clinic if my doctor has good communication
Describe your experience with your monitoring appointments at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Get there early to avoid long waits
Describe the costs associated with your care under Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College.
$15,000 for IVF- they did not take my insurance
What specific things went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College?
  • Lost paperwork
  • Lost appointments
  • Provided conflicting information
  • Failed to convey critical information
Describe the specific things that went wrong at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Mostly poor communication with the doctor. The nurse supervisor was very rude to me. She told me I had no choice of the nurse I was assigned even though I was assured I would not be given this nurse after I decided to pay privately ($15,000) for IVF with them. She was yelling at me right after I found out my fresh transfer was negative
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Dan Goldschlag
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Upper East Side
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Age 31 - 32
Treated 2017 - 2018
Success w/ Doc No
4 IUI
Male Factor
PCOS
Other
Income $50K - $99K
Only Doc Seen
Doesn't Recommend
Doesn't Recommend
He [Dr. Goldschlag] was compassionate and understanding...He was a good and attentive doctor. Listened to my needs and answered all my questions. Most of the time I had an appointment he was there. He communicated all the issues I was having and provided solutions. I think he needed to be a little more aggressive with the injections but that’s my opinion...He is a great doctor but unfortunately it wasn’t successsful with me.
They [Weill Cornell Medical College] were open early hours and the blood work and everything was done quick. I was able to get to work on time. There is some wait time for the dr to do the ultrasound but overall it wasn’t too long. It was a very crowded office. And sometimes it did feel like next next kind of thing. But some of the nurses were great overall. I think maybe offer financing or provide options. Overall not a bad clinic.
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
He was a good and attentive doctor. Listened to my needs and answered all my questions. Most of the time I had an appointment he was there. He communicated all the issues I was having and provided solutions. I think he needed to be a little more aggressive with the injections but that’s my opinion.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
Be patient because nothing happens overnight. Listen to his advice and if needed get a second opinion. He is a great doctor but unfortunately it wasn’t successsful with me.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
He was compassionate and understanding.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff at Weill Cornell Medical College.
There was one nurse which I believe was the nurse that makes the doctor appointment that was super helpful. Any questions I had she answered to the best of her abilities.
Describe your experience with Weill Cornell Medical College.
They were open early hours and the blood work and everything was done quick. I was able to get to work on time. There is some wait time for the dr to do the ultrasound but overall it wasn’t too long. It was a very crowded office. And sometimes it did feel like next next kind of thing. But some of the nurses were great overall. I think maybe offer financing or provide options. Overall not a bad clinic.
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Upper West Side
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Age 27
Treated 2016
Success w/ Doc No
1 IUI
PCOS
Ashkenazi Jewish
Income $0 - $49K
Teacher
Only Doc Seen
Doesn't Recommend
Doesn't Recommend
He's very knowledgeable and I can tell he [Dr Dan Goldschlag] knows his stuff. As he is also on a times website of affiliated doctors. However yea I do just feel like a number overtime and I don't really leave the office always understanding my case of pcos. He always says things look good and it's sorta fake sounding and illogical like I'm ttc for over a yr and half and I can multiple cysts on ovaries so how does everything "look good". Wish he'd elaborate more
There are about 50 + patients in the waiting room whenever I come [to Cornell Center for Reproductive Medicine] . And I'm only seen by the Dr minimally for the ultrasound and see him for less then 3 mins before and after combined
How was your experience with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
He's very knowledgeable and I can tell he knows his stuff. As he is also on a times website of affiliated doctors. However yea I do just feel like a number overtime and I don't really leave the office always understanding my case of pcos. He always says things look good and it's sorta fake sounding and illogical like I'm ttc for over a yr and half and I can multiple cysts on ovaries so how does everything "look good". Wish he'd elaborate more
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Dan Goldschlag at Weill Cornell Medical College?
There are about 50 + patients in the waiting room whenever I come. And I'm only seen by the Dr minimally for the ultrasound and see him for less then 3 mins before and after combined
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Upper East Side
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