Lilia Henry, MD
- Internal Medicine
- Primary Care
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (31)
Reviewed On 5/1/2020
We had a wonderful virtual experience.
Reviewed On 3/28/2020
I was happy to see Dr Henry as I had been a patient of hers from. ***. She was respectful of the care I have received from Integrative Medicine. I feel we can all work together to resolve my health concerns.
Reviewed On 3/26/2020
was my first time and doctor and staff were absolutely wonderful. thx!
Reviewed On 3/13/2020
Dr. Henry is a wonderful doctor. I have never had a bad experience with her. I am at UH because of her.
Reviewed On 3/11/2020
my provider is always friendly and professional.
Reviewed On 3/6/2020
very good experience
Reviewed On 2/29/2020
She was very informative and so pleasant to be around.
Reviewed On 2/27/2020
Dr. Henry is the best back in 1999 when I first met her she was the very first Dr that had ever called me at home recognizing my problem and taking action to resolve.
Reviewed On 2/23/2020
Dr. Henry is a very good doctor, she takes time with you, and appears to show genuine concern her patients. [...]
Reviewed On 2/5/2020
Dr. Henry and Dr. [...] take time to explain things thoroughly. I feel Blessed to have them for both me and my daughter.
Reviewed On 1/23/2020
Very helpful - provided an appropriate prescription for me.
Reviewed On 1/23/2020
Dr. Henry has always been wonderful. I feel reassured with her depth of knowledge.
Reviewed On 1/3/2020
Reviewed On 12/20/2019
Reviewed On 11/29/2019
Had a good visit
Reviewed On 11/27/2019
I love this office. Everyone is awesome at the front desk, doctor is awesome, lab lady is wonderful. Very happy I found it.
Reviewed On 11/14/2019
I love Dr. Henry bedside manner.
Reviewed On 11/12/2019
All ways good.
Reviewed On 11/8/2019
The visit with this provider was great. [...]
Reviewed On 11/4/2019
Dr Henry and her assistant were very friendly
Reviewed On 10/10/2019
Dr. Henry is my new PCP. She is great!
Reviewed On 10/6/2019
Dr. Henry is the best. She listens and she is down to earth.
Reviewed On 9/23/2019
I could not be more pleased with Dr. Henry and staff. They were EXCELLENT. After years of searching for a primary physician I have FINALLY found one I love.
Reviewed On 9/17/2019
she is very good at her job....
Reviewed On 9/13/2019
everything was as it should be, staff courteous and the doctor was great
Reviewed On 9/11/2019
Reviewed On 9/7/2019
as my mom's daughter and guardian, I really like this provider.
Reviewed On 8/15/2019
Dr. Henry is an excellent Doctor.
Reviewed On 8/14/2019
a great physician is Dr. Henry. She listen to you and reassures you of what is taking place with me.I would recommend her in a second. Overall office treatment is very professional.
Reviewed On 7/24/2019
My visits with Dr Henry are informative, very throrough & pleasant. We always end our visit laughing about something. […]
Reviewed On 7/22/2019
I love this doctor. She is very personable and she cares about my concerns. She doesn't rush me and she has me repeat her instructions so she knows I understand./
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - University Hospitals Of Cleveland (1994 - 1997)
Case Western Reserve University School Of Medicine (1994)
University Of California Los Angeles (1990)
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As of December 31, 2016, Lilia Henry did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.