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By: P R.
Rutherford Keviene MD
horrible doctor, has a retired hook3r working his front desk, wouldn't trust my worst enemy in his hands
By: Erik T.
Bethesda Hospital West
The staff is what makes this hospital truly stand out. They were incredibly helpful to our whole family and so empathetic. They're great!
By: Patricia C.
Trillium Medical Center
This is the best doctors office I've been too. Same day appointments, all of the girls behind the desk are quick and thorough, the nurses are helpful and warm and the doctors make you feel like they are seriously concerned about your health and they explain whatever it is that you don't understand.
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By: Henry D.
Hopkins Stanley C MD
I am very much satisfied with Dr. Hopkins and his work. He’s a very good urologist and I would recommend him to anyone. I was originally referred to him by my primary physician, because I had a ruptured prostate. Dr. Hopkins analyzed it, determined I had cancer and treated me for it. The cancer was fast moving, but he said his treatment would add at least ten more years to my life. Well, it’s been 12 years now and I am still alive! I do go back to him regularly, because the cancer came back a couple times and he got rid of it. I’m very happy with the treatment I received from Dr. Hopkins.
By: Christine M.
Simone, Robert MD
I have been seeing Dr. Simone for several years now and he is amazing! I have had severe allergy issues and Dr. Simone has been able to help me in ways no other Dr. has. He takes the time to listen and has gone above and beyond in testing and treatment. A Dr. who truly cares for his patients and does everything he can to help them. He is the smart and thinks things through about each individual (my whole family now sees him) and I highly recommend him.
By: P R.
Bethel Medical Care
Waited for almost an hour for a 5 minute visit
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By: Debbie P.
Dr. Angelo Nicholas Incorvaia, MD
Doesn't care about patients. Mainly a wc doctor hired by insurance carrier and let's the adjuster "borrow" his medical license to formulate a medical opinion and deny a wc condition. All to keep on the insurance carrier approved list of doctors. Plus, his bed side manners terrible and the appointment took over two hours. Over books!!
By: Dan S.
Peter S Katz MD
Dr. Katz is a fantastic doctor. He is the first doctor I have found that will sit down and talk to me man to man. Best Doc in south FLThanks,Dan
By: Corine R.
Dr. Bart Gerard Gatz, MD
By far one of the worst and most unprofessional doctor's offices I have ever been to. The staff is rude and uncaring and the doctor is a real scatter brain. They lose your appoinments and you wait in the waiting room for hours before seeing the doctor. I had an appoinment and while I was waiting to see the doctor one of his nurses came in to let me know the doctor had to step out. No one could explain where he went or when he would be returning. I had been waiting for 2 hours before I got this information. I've never experienced this in my life. Now I understand why this doctor does not carry malpractice insurance. I am giving him 1 star only because I have to give at least 1, he and his staff deserve a zero.
By: joane.alonso
Sussman, Alyssa Turk, MD
dr sussman is a great Dr and he's very patient he took great care of me while I was pregnant
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