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01/17/2013
By: karenamartin
Woman's Care Florida
Do not recommend this Doctor and Ladies ALWAYS do extensive research on Patient reviews on the internet and word of mouth about ANY doctor before choosing them. In addition to being generally uncaring and condescending during my visits with her, Dr. Michelle Amoroso (OB/GYN at Women's Care and in various offices across Tampa). Now there is a situation causing me huge grief. She prescribed me the lowest dose of Prozac to me to help me with my bad periods and agitation which worked very good. I was laid off my job shortly after. Soon my Prosac prescription ran out of refills, and she refused to refill it unless I came in for my annual papsmere -- fine but with a minimum fee of $175 PLUS lab work fees.. I don't have the $$ for the exam. Her office offered NO SOLUTION except "pay it or lose your prescription". They do not care about their patients!So, here I am now having terrible withdrawals from the Prozac and she is refusing to refill. I feel this is very bad professional judgment and disregard for another human being/mother! All she wants is $$. Any knowledgeable medical professional should know never let a patient withdraw from a prescription drug. Just as many of the reviews I have read across the internet and from other patients, I am now convinced that it wasn't just me, it seems to be a fact that she is very abusive behavior towards her Patients. I have had so many MUCH better OB/GYN's. Ladies -- read your reviews first. Many of the reviews I have read about her are words right out of my mouth and if I would have done my research in the first place, I would never be in the predictament I am in now.
07/22/2017
By: Lauren C.
Women's Health & Wellness
Zweibach delivered my husband 28 years ago, my 1st born son 3 years ago & someone in his practice will be delivering my daughter in the next couple weeks. He always answers any questions I have & doesnt worry me about things unless its needed. He jokes around along with the rest of the staff, making it more of a homey feel instead of a strict Dr office. I have made some friends with the front desk staff & the nurses there too. The wait times can be a little long some times, but its completely understandable. The Drs have been there through the good & the bad times (3 miscarriages) & always treat me well.
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02/28/2017
By: smartys23
Women's Care Florida
I paid $200 to have nobody listen to me. I feel like a cattle in a herd at this place. The nurse met with me and then told me I needed to make another appointment to speak with a doctor. What a waste of time and money. Also they do not take tricare.
03/18/2017
By: Kelly D.
Benni, Abd Alrahma, MD
Was very courteous and was very thorough in his initial evaluation with me. Offered several treatment options.
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