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11/06/2012
By: sophia.greiner
Patel & Botors MD
Dr. Patel has been and continues to be very attentive, well-manored, as well as very informative with regard to answering any questions I may have about the effects/side effects of the medication being prescribed to me. I have never felt like I was being rushed out of his office even though he sees many patients in a day--granted I was conscientious of others also waiting to see him so I did not try to monopolized all of his time. It is quite refreshing to have a doctor/psychiatrist who not only possess but also utilizes all those positive qualities that are so crutial in making a connection with the patient so that he/she does not end up feeling like they just ripped off a number from the deli counter and now are waiting to be served.
01/11/2015
By: Donna F.
Patel & Botors MD
Dr. Patel is one of the few psychiatrists that is willing to spend the time to truly listen to his patients problems and sincerely cares and wants to help his patients. He conveys an attitude of sympathy for the mental anguish his patients are going through. His caring approach to his patients problems makes him one of the most excellent psychiatrists that I have encountered and feel blessed to have found him. Donna Fischer
05/10/2016
By: carol.acevedo2
Tracy, Deborah H, MD
I highly recommend her and her office. They are top notch. Dr. Tracy is superb in her field. Office is clean, neat and well maintained. The staff and Dr. Tracy are caring and compassionate!!!
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04/05/2016
By: Lee W.
New Age Medical Center
This is not a reasonable facility for general medicine. It might be reasonable to hormonal treatments for weight and intimacy issues, but this is no place to find a general practitioner.
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03/10/2015
By: Karen K.
Dr. Ravishankar L Rao, MD
Wonderful Doctor saved my life many times
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