Pain Care Consultants in Arlington Heights, Illinois with Reviews - YP.com

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10/18/2016
By: New P.
Wood, Catherine, MD
I had an appointment for a physical and was switching doctors as my previous doctor had retired. Dr. Wood took a cell phone call during my visit, did not complete the physical, and did not check on my prescription needs. I realized afterwards of the missing prescriptions and thought what a waste of my time. Will need to move to a new practice.
02/01/2016
By: Tatyana dyakov S.
Abraham, Naveen, MD
Today 1st of February 2016 I met for the first time dr.Naveen.Great impression, great doctor, very professional, very knowledgeable, extremely important is that he really know what he is doing. Highly, very highly I will recommend him and I will choose him for my family doctor. I am lucky that I met him.
08/16/2012
By: sarika.rajput.313
Kim, Steven S, MD
Dr. Steven Kim grew up in the northwest suburbs He did his undergraduate work at Stanford University in California. He graduated from medical school and completed his residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago visit - http://www.nwsphysicians.com/web/ourproviders/
Tips & Advices
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Emergency room physicians work long, intensive hours, often in 12-hour shifts. While not every shift may be that long, the profession requires large time commitments from both doctors and nurses.
Many emergency room patients can be treated and sent home on the same day, but those requiring extended stays or outpatient procedures that require hospitalization may need to stay a few days to a week, or longer, depending on severity of the condition.
Licensed physicians and nurses are responsible for treating and caring for patients, as well as ensuring their safety. Patients may also come under the supervision of surgeons.

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