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By: Willis C.
Dr. Alvin H. Prause
Definitely a great place to go, long-term. Their services are good, staff is good, overall it's a good place to go.
By: Pam F.
Dr. Alvin H. Prause
Dr. Prause and his staff always work to fit an appointment in for us especially with our busy and unpredictable schedule
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By: Danonja H.
Kayani Khalid MD
If I could give a negative rating instead of a 1, I would. This doctor needs to be held accountable for his horrible patient practice. He spoke with him in the most disrespectful way, basically called me a liar, & had to repeatedly ask him to explain the diagnosis he was giving me when that should have been a given. I would never recommend him to my worst enemy. I am computer appalled and can't wait to go pay my $25 to have my records transferred elsewhere
By: Jonathan M.
Dr. Alvin H. Prause
Dr. Prause is a great family practice. I feel comfortable bringing my children to be cared for at such a well respected facility.
By: Susan W.
Dr. James Leonard Slayton, DO
Dr. Slayton is now at 324 North 23rd Street, in Beaumont, Texas. He is no longer at Folsom Medical Center. (409)839-4600
By: Proudly not from T.
Gonzalez Rosa C Md
Nice and will listen to you but unprofessional about her schedule. Her sign reads that her hours are Mon.-Thurs. 9-5 with lunch 12-1:30. It should read 10-4:30 with lunch being from 12- whenever she happens to feel like it. But she and her staff are quick to help if you can ever get in touch with them. Don't bother leaving messages with her answering service, you won't hear back. I gave her 3 stars only because she is one of the best Beaumont has to offer but that is not saying much. She also rubs her religion in your face at every opportunity so if you are not Christian, get ready to have the social majority's ideology forced on you.
By: Proudly not from T.
Ravikumar MD Kanneganti PA
A legal drug dealer who does not care about patients at all. All he cares about is making money and will not see you if you are a minute late but he quadruple books patients so get ready to wait 2 hours to talk to one of his assistants (not even the "doctor"). He spends most of the time, when you do get to talk with him, bragging about how much money he makes and his daughter who is in grad school in California then listens to you for maybe a couple of minutes. He is one of the only psychiatrists in town who accepts medicaid or medicare so he is mostly taking advantage of the elderly on fixed budgets and people living in poverty- he is morally and ethically irresponsible and unprofessional. Luckily, my spouse and I could afford to see someone else, I feel sorry for those who do not have any other options. He is a vampire living high on the poor and elderly. I wish I could give him 0 stars here.
By: Pauline T.
Dr. Alvin H. Prause
The office staff is very nice and friendly. You can tell as a patient that they really care about you and they make you feel that they care. I wouldn't want to go anywhere else!
By: Ken N.
Dr. Alvin H. Prause
He sends referrals to our office and I like working with him. The staff is really friendly and Dr. Prause is nice too.
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By: Godless H.
Ravikumar MD Kanneganti PA
Basically just a fast talking pill Dr. Who does not listen or care for people's safety. My child is a danger to me and my other children , yet meds will fix it all. What she has Is unfixable and a blind person could see that. Unless your just looking for an in and out drug Dr. Take your kids elsewhere. He's a real joke
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
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