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Jennifer Haynes, MD

Jennifer Haynes, MD

out of 5
61 Ratings
12 Comments

Specialty

Neurology

Department

Neurology

Locations

Ambulatory Care Center

417 N. 11th Street
Richmond, VA 23219
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Education

Medical School

Ross University School of Medicine

Internship

Temple University Hospital

Residency

Temple University Hospital

Fellowship

NYU School of Medicine

Ratings & Reviews

*Dr. Haynes is awesome!! I really appreciate her and really thinks and knows my brain health is important.
September 2023
*Dr. Jennifer Haynes always shows concern and wanting to know how things are going. She presents ideas on new medication with details and making changes to my RN's device. Being explained information allows one to build trust and see how *Dr. Haynes wants to help
September 2023
Dr. Haynes was very nice and spent a lengthy amount of time with us reviewing concerns and answering questions.
February 2023
Dr. Haynes is great. She is kind and caring and answered all my questions.
November 2022
Dr. Haynes is SUPER
September 2022
She did a very good job.
August 2022
Dr. Haynes is very knowledgeable and very patient!
July 2022
Dr. Haynes was thorough, patient and kind. I like my new doctor!
June 2022
Questions I had was good but I do not know if they understood because of my condition.
February 2022
She did not want to hear me out.
July 2021
(AFTER 2 other NEUROLOGY APPTS.) Dr. Haynes provided me with the professionalism, care, knowledge, & follow up that gave me the utmost confidence & guidance toward my treatment.
May 2021
I understand that our son is in a very poor and degenerative status and this might be the normal path of the diagnosis. I would like to see the professional more compassionate about this status (it's relatively new for us as his decline has agressively increased). It not does not help me to know that not too many patients with this syndrome survive this long.
March 2021