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By: Janice H.
Bradenton Family Medical
Don't go here. They don't know what they're doing. Very confused staff. No good communication for referrals. One front desk staff member is so rude, I'm very uncomfortable being around her. Not going back!!
By: Viorela B.
Bradenton Veterinary Hospital
We have been here with our cat and the experience was one of the best!Very kind and knowledgeable people and they try all the best in order you have a good experience here. Doctor Manu Gabriel is the best veterinary doctor: very knowledgeable, very professional, he really love animals, and try you be pleased with everything about your animal.Thank you Doctor for All!Bulatt
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By: Christopher J.
Richard L James MD
The most UNPROFESSIONAL psychiatrist in the area. PERIOD. I would urge each person to stay away from this clown. This "doctor" will smile at you during the session and in time will show his true, arrogant colors if given the opportunity.
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By: Casey D.
Dr John Cottam
Lady your full b.s. ⬆THIS AN AWESOME PLACE! NO EXTENDED WAITING TIMESFRIENDLY DOCTOR , NURSES , AND RECEPTIONIST'S EASY TO SCHEDULE APT.They work hard and long hours at this office .....their availability is extensive , more than most places!They take medicaid which can be stressful because those patients I have seen in many different doctors offices complaining!I witnessed a receptionist at a Medicaid dentist provider finally say one time to a patient as she was whinning about her wait time " Where would you all be without Dr._ _ _ _ , he's a great guy , and he works hard!" "He doesn't get paid much that's for sure!" I would appreciate it if the ones that don't have the money to pay for medical , and are being treated for free would be more appreciative , and not scare off what little doctors that do accept medicaid!! They are not easy to come by!! TY, and remember to be kind to one another especially when these people are working their butts off for you!! DR. COTTAM IS GREAT
By: Shirley G.
Dr. Stephen Shanklin, DO
This is not the place to go to get understanding of your medical problems as he only listens to what he wants to hear and does not understand what is going on with yourself as a patient and the office staff out front is inexperienced but effective for the most part. I have been in absolute miserly for 3 days because I could not get a refill. His nurse would not listen that it was not my fault that I ran out of my pills. I called in on a friday and explained what to do for my new sciatica that has reared its ugly head and he instructed me to take more pills. While this ran me out early, I am now on nothing and suffering because he can't understand how taking more pills at his instructions can run me out of the pills early. If this is what we baby boomers have to treat us, we are in deep trouble!
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By: Adriana P.
Jorge Hernandez MD
Disgusted, literally nauseous to my stomach of the customer service I've received from Candy and Sheron. My family has been going to this doctor for years.. I'm not interested in going to a doctors office with a staff that is impolite, unprofessional and just plain rude. They should find a job that fit their personality because giving customer service and helping people is not what they are meant to do. CLEARLY!
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By: Elesha W.
Bollegraf, Morris S
Dr. Bollegraf is best physician I have ever had. I never feel rushed, thoroughly explains, and answers any questions I have. His bedside manner is kind and gentle. I cannot speak highly enough of him.
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By: Thomas C.
Richard L James MD
Worse psychiatrist ever. Needs to seek help for his own issues. Arrogant doesn't even touch the surface of this idiots problems. Stay far away from this ticking time bomb fronting as a doctor.
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By: Susan W.
Singh, Manju, MD
Awful office manager. Nasty, rude, uncaring!!!
By: J S.
Urgent Care Walk In Clinic
We are from the area but now live in NC. During a recent visit our 18 month old came down with a pretty high fever. She has a history of ear infections so we decided to take her in. We have BCBS federal (which we've used in various settinfs from providers & urgent cares to EDs over the last few years.) We had all the standard insurance card, info and ID at check in, Sunday evening. The medical assistant/ front desk person took the info & shortly after said their online verification was not able to pull up our coverage. She said they would have to charge us $130, then if they can verify our insurance coverage in the morning, then they will mail us a check. We agreed but asked our card we use to pay (which was a FSA/health savings account), be credited, instead of a check being issued. One would think- that is not a big deal as any professional institution with legitimate billing processes could easily reverse payment (instead of mailing a refund check.) WRONG- they not only declined but also eagerly noted if our daughter needed any labs, or other work-up, there would be added charges. The med assistant/ secretary was incredibly rude. I asked to please speak to the person in charge, since she kept saying "its their policy you will have to talk to them, i just work here." She called her boss by phone and intentionally shared a very passive aggressive and condescending summary of the situation. Then hung up and said we could write a check they'd hold. We are traveling and didn't bring our check books. I explained I wanted to talk to the person in charge. She said, "she didn't want to talk to you." WOW- rudest experience we have had in a medical setting! Thankfully our daughter's mood had improved while going through this ordeal, and her fever subsided. We left and called our home ped office (they have an on-call nurse) who was very helpful. She indicated we could wait until the morning for our daughter to be seen. She also indicated the payment policy seemed a bit suspect, as charging a FSA/health savings plan then issuing a check to the patient (individually) after charging their insurance, is not something most medical providers would want to be part of. ( We never thought of that.) Its possible the medical assistant/secretary was misrepresenting this practice. If so, then hopefully they address her behaviors. If not, then clearly there are reasons to be ware.
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