James Sechler, MD
- Clinical Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
- Heart Failure
- Preventive Cardiology
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (14)
Reviewed On 3/5/2020
Reviewed On 3/4/2020
very good experience
Reviewed On 2/14/2020
he explains everything completely so I can understand it. great doctor, great staff they always treat me so well.
Reviewed On 1/20/2020
Reviewed On 1/1/2020
as always a good experience
Reviewed On 12/16/2019
Everything A-OK! [...]
Reviewed On 12/1/2019
good visit-the next visit is in 2 nonths
Reviewed On 11/22/2019
This provider has treated me for 20 or more years through 3 heart episodes and all turned out well. He continues to follow my condition and I respect his efforts very much. I believe he and my primary care doctor are my best option.
Reviewed On 10/25/2019
I am very happy with this care provider, with the staff, and with the facility.
Reviewed On 10/4/2019
I always feel that Dr. Sechler works very diligently to make sure that I am receiving the best cardiac care possible.
Reviewed On 9/29/2019
My experiences with Dr. Sechler have always been good.
Reviewed On 9/1/2019
I like that he takes as much time as he needs to answer my questions. he has a good sense of humor
Reviewed On 8/26/2019
it was a great visit
Reviewed On 7/21/2019
very good experiences
- Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
Fellowship | Cardiology
Cardiology - University Hospitals Of Cleveland (1983 - 1985)
Residency | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Upmc Mercy-Mercy Hospital Of Pittsburgh (1980 - 1983)
Jefferson Medical College Of Thomas Jefferson University (1980)
Thiel College (1976)
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As of December 31, 2016, James Sechler did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.