Anandhi Gunder, MD, MPH
- Clinical Instructor
- Community Health
- Preventive Medicine
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.8 out of 5
Patient Comments (8)
Reviewed On 3/3/2020
Very attentive, always good with explaining
Reviewed On 2/3/2020
Dr. Gunder is the best. She take great care of my three children. She also take time to listen. To you and show concern about the children. Dr.Gunder is an very dedicated and compassionate. Pediatrician my kids love her also. She's very friendly and great with kids. She's the best
Reviewed On 1/5/2020
we love dr. gunder! she is honestly the best pediatrician i have ever been to and my daughter loves her! she is very thorough and you can tell she cares
Reviewed On 12/30/2019
professional service all around
Reviewed On 11/18/2019
My daughter loves Dr. Gunder and so do I. She is spectacular!
Reviewed On 11/18/2019
Dr.Gunder and her staff are excellent. They're always polite and very attentive. [...] a friend recommended Dr.Gunder to me and I am so happy I made the switch
Reviewed On 10/23/2019
Dr Gunder is a great Doctor. I have recommended over 10 people to come and counting, and they all love her the same. She is very caring, and always does the best for your child/children with no questions asked. Dr Gunder goes above and beyond for her patients and she is the best Dr ever.
Reviewed On 9/17/2019
wouldn't go anywhere else
- Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics
Residency | Pediatrics
Pediatrics - UH Case Medical Center (2010 - 2013)
Case Western Reserve University School Of Medicine (2010)
Other Education | Epidemiology
Epidemiology - University Of Michigan School Of Public Health (2006)
University Of Michigan (2004)
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As of December 31, 2016, Anandhi Gunder did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.