- Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
- Geriatric Medicine
- Integrative Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Mood Disorders
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.8 out of 5
Patient Comments (19)
Reviewed On 8/4/2020
Dr Lathia is ALWAYS a GOOD experience! Caring, professional, a great doctor. I wish every "senior citizen" had the opportunity to become her patient.
Reviewed On 6/1/2020
already have recommended Dr Lathia to others the time, concern and opportunity for questions regarding my health given to me by Dr Lathia was above and beyond and very much appreciated I feel extremely comfortable handing my health and well being to her
Reviewed On 6/1/2020
*** Dr. Lathia reviewed my history and made recommendations which were helpful. Dr. *** is my Primary Care Physician, but Dr. Lathia has been helping her see patients, and Dr. Lathia was helpful to me in the past, as she was again at this virtual appointment
Reviewed On 6/1/2020
Amanda Lathia is the best. I have already recommended her to four friends who have become her patients.
Reviewed On 3/13/2020
I can't speak highly enough about Dr. Lathia - she is warm, caring, empathetic, taking all the time necessary to fully understand my mother's state of physical and mental health. She discusses with us some ideas to help the quality of my mom's emotional and physical health. She engages my mom and makes her feel so comfortable and cared for. We followed Dr. Lathia from *** because I would not trust anyone else with my mother's care. She is truly a treasure and a lifesaver to me, my mother, and our family.
Reviewed On 3/7/2020
This was my second visit with this Dr. and so far I feel very good with the care she given to me she seems to really care about me and shes very calm and patient I like her.
Reviewed On 2/28/2020
Reviewed On 2/15/2020
best Doctor ever. always listens and takes the best care of me as no ever Doctor ever has.
Reviewed On 1/16/2020
She's the best thing that has happened to my medical life. I'm so pleased!
Reviewed On 1/13/2020
[...]. I've only had this doctor since [...] so far I'm very please with her and the staff. I had been looking a long time for a new internal doctor. Very happy
Reviewed On 12/19/2019
everything was excellent.
Reviewed On 12/2/2019
Dr. Lathia is the best. She cares so much about your medical problems and trys very hard to get your health back. She digs deep into your records to accomplish the end result in lt. She is the best. She cares so much about your health problems. I would recommend her to everyone.
Reviewed On 11/22/2019
Dr. Lathia has always been good about discussing what is going on and what we should be looking to in the future.
Reviewed On 11/3/2019
Dr. Lathia is always kind and attentive and listens and explains. She is an outstanding provider!
Reviewed On 11/2/2019
Dr. Lathia is a very caring Doctor. Very know knowledge able and does her very best to listen to your problems. She is the best!!!!
Reviewed On 10/25/2019
Reviewed On 10/16/2019
Dr Lathia really listens to your concerns and questions
Reviewed On 10/12/2019
She is the best!!
Reviewed On 9/29/2019
While I was in the office with Dr. Lathia, I wasn't convinced what she was recommending was correct, however she was absolutely right about her recommendations and the problem is clearing up. I am impressed with her knowledge of the problem I was having.
- Geriatric Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
Fellowship | Geriatric Medicine
Geriatric Medicine - Cleveland Clinic (2009 - 2010)
Residency | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (2006 - 2009)
University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine (2002 - 2006)
University Of Pennsylvania (1997 - 2001)
University Of Cambridge (2002)
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As of December 31, 2016, Amanda Lathia did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.