Kristina Feja does not have an adequate amount of comments to generate the sentiment analysis.
For a consultation for my son I tried to look for a in network doctor and landed for Dr. Kristina Feja , and her work address in St. Peter's univ. hospital which as a patient didn't matter to me. I went there and did a copay and was happy out. I was told for a long term treatment. But after a few days my insurance company (UHC) send me a hefty bill.Both hospital and Doctor charged me. It was too much for me. I was aghast. This is tricky they do not inform you but charge you and put you in a mesh. Be aware and save your hard earned money.
As a concerned parent I wanted to meet with a specialist regarding frequent out breaks of MRSA infections. I checked online for a an in network provider which was Dr Feja at her mentioned office address. This office address happens to be a hospital but as a patient I could care less. It turned out to be a regular office visit of about 10 minutes and I was told to continue with the on-going treatment. The surprise comes in a few weeks later when I get a bill which is way higher than my $40 copay. When I called and checked turns out as the office is in a hospital building the bill was coded as outpatient which caused the insurance company to put the office visit charges towards my deductible. Beware you dont want to meet this and any other doctor in a hospital setting as even if you think you are going in for an office visit you will be dinged for way more.
Check DocInfo.Org for any disciplinary action against this provider.