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Dr. Allan Golding



Diabetes, Metabolism & Endocrinology     -  New Hampshire,  Concord
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Golding to family and friends is 5 out of 5


 Dr. Golding Experience and Qualifications

Dr. Golding Specialties

  • Diabetes, Metabolism & Endocrinology

Conditions heals

  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  • Adolescent Counseling
  • Adrenal Incidentaloma



Procedures executes

  • Abnormal Thyroid
  • Acromegaly and Gigantism
  • Adrenal Incidentaloma


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 Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Aetna HMO
  • AvMed


 Reviews, Ratings for Golding

Patients feedback on their experience with Dr. Golding

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  • This doctor dismissed me as a patient, did not listen to me. He overtalked me and I felt totally disrespected as a patient, person and woman. His office feels like your in a third world country...Dirty dingy pillow cases on the pillow with ink on them. He comes in the waiting room/reception area to discuss a patients condition on the phone, what happened to confidentiality? His staff are not welcoming at all....
    26 February 2016, 09:02
  • If I could give Dr. Insel a negative star rating I would. Due to his callous, careless and insensitive nature, I ended up in the hospital where doctors were shocked by his flippancy toward my health. To prepare me for a procedure that I did not want in the first place, Dr. Insel removed me from my medication. When I protested the procedure again to him the day before, Dr. Insel then proceeded to attempt to bully me into the procedure. He told me that if i didn't go through with it he would n...
    20 January 2016, 06:58
  • I will NEVER schedule an appointment with dr. Lastowiecki in the future or recommend him to anyone! He treated me as an inexperienced, who asked to many questions not related to the subject... e.g. How this bad thyroid results can affect my baby? He also said there is no connection between Hashimoto and hypothyroidism, or no connection between gluten sensitivity and Hashi. And changing diet (and lowering TPO antibodies as a result) has nothing to do with inflammation reduction. Well-oriented pa...
    19 November 2014, 11:14