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11/15/2017
By: Madelyn S.
Cohen, G Richard, MD
I️ had lasik surgery a few years back with Dr Cohen and have suffered greatly ever since. You don’t realize how precious your vision in and how it affects everything you do, until it is taken away. Once you sign a waiver, you have no recourse for action against this terrible doctor. My life will never be the same. Since the surgery I️ have found several other of his patients that have also had terrible results. Please get a second opinion before trusting him.
07/26/2017
By: Tina B.
Michael S Aronsohn MD
I had my parathyroid removed. Dr. Aronsohn and staff was very professional and always helpful. Dr. Aronsohn has a great bedside manner. I would recommend him to anyone.
06/23/2017
By: Jules P.
Michael S Aronsohn MD
I had my thyroid removed, he made me feel comfortable and did awesome. Staff is very friendly and efficient.
06/21/2017
By: K R.
Michael S Aronsohn MD
I have a history of parotid cancer, stage three. He did amazing work. I have no scars! He saved my life.
05/26/2017
By: P S.
KAS Rehabilitation
Very professional and helpful. Provided a free consultation that was not rushed and explained everything thoroughly. Appreciated that I was not pressured.
04/07/2017
By: Antonia P.
Mcci Medical Group
My husband and I are affiliated at this Center for more than 5 years. The primary physician is Ian Weinstein, M.D. and the primary Nursing is Sofia. Both are excellent and very professional in their manners. Also, the laboratory technicians and the front desk attendants are very cooperative and courteous. We have no complaints about this Center!
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11/25/2016
By: Deborah Z.
Boca Raton Rehabilitation
This is a horrible place.my mom was there November 2016.the nurse gave her medicine that my mom did not approve of .she got a very bad reaction,she was calling someone for 2 hours no one came to her. They didn't do anything for her. Don't ever go there.
07/09/2016
By: M K.
West Boca Medical Center
I think you get better care at a clinic in a third world country. The staff is unfriendly and have attitudes.They have zero bedside manner.I had asked the nurse for an ice pack multiple times and it took her 2 hours to get it for me. She told me she was busy and she was not my maid.I also asked the same nurse for Tylenol and was told I could not have it as the doctor did not orders it.I asked for the head nurse who managed to get me Tylenol.I was laying in Bed on an IV drip and asked the Nurse Tech how am I suppose to go to the bathroom?She responded by asking me if I knew how to walk? Now that was a smart ass answer.Of course I know how to walk.What was I suppose to do with the IV machine that was plugged into the wall?I did not know that I could just unplug it and take it with me into the bathroom.Is there any regulation on hospital care? Do yourself a favor and stay far away from this place.
06/21/2016
By: Joyce C.
Dr. Joseph Robert Purita, MD
Dr. Purita successfully put me back together several times. He was a concerned doctor who would take time to listen to his patients.
05/02/2016
By: Kris B.
Eidelson, Stewart G, MD
The physicians and staff are amazing! Every person that I have had contact with seems extremely knowledgeable. I have had great experiences each time I have needed them.
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