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05/22/2017
By: Gretchen D.
Highgate Medical Group
If I could I'd give this place 0 stars. I have been going here for at least 20 years. Over the past 10 years the staff has changed dramatically. I don't have a need to go to the doctor's very often, but recently I have had some medical issues. The receptionists are the most unprofessional, incompetent people! A year ago I started having anxiety attacks, the P.A I saw was like "yep you have anxiety" and that was it. I also have thyroid issues and had to get blood work done. January I got a call from someone asking me what specialist I saw for my thyroid. At the time there was no specialist and repeatedly told her each time she asked. I even told her Dr. Fascenello prescribed me the medicine. She responds by condescendingly saying "I'm going to ask you one more time because I am tired of having to repeat myself, who is the specialist that you saw?" To which I replied "I am going to tell you for the last time, there is and has never been a specialist." So now it brings us to current. I saw the saw P.A because my anxiety has increase 10x and of course she send me to a Neurologists for my anxiety which is insanely expensive. I called Saturday to make an appointment with Dr. Fascenello and was refused twice. I requested an appointment online and they called me at work. So naturally I'm annoyed still and sarcastically said "oh so now I'm allowed to make an appointment?" The women put me on hold, transferred me somewhere, then hung up on me. I called back having to take more time out of my work and was on hold for 5 minutes. They transferred me to their office manager's vm. 2 minutes I get a call back. The women was incredibly rude. When I mentioned how frustrated I was with everything and how I've been treated and that I was thinking about changing doctor's her response to me was "yeah, you really should." that ladies and gentlemen is how this place treats their loyal clients when all that was asked is to make an appointment.
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03/06/2017
By: Al N.
Dr. Mark Anthony Falvo, MD
My wife visited him w sever gut pain last Aug n he order a CT scan,sh had a hernia mesh implant n it's been bothering her lately , we went to Falvo for a second opinion cuz original surgeon think the mesh looks great, Falvo didn't bother to look at her reports or history tht I have in my hand when I walked in, ordered a CT scan n even it took very long time to get an accurate reading "which is a real red flag to real Drs" flavo called n said to her sh is fine n the mesh looks great ! Well the mesh wasn't great infact we had to travel to see real surgeon in Manhattan n the surgeon Brain Jacob spent the first 45 min just going through papers n he didn't believe me when I explain the type of Drs we have in WNY ! The mesh was recalled n infected n had to come out immediately n NYC Dr looked at same CT scan tht Falvo looked at n he showed me how the mesh look so hard like metal n he said ' I can't believe tht a Dr looked at tht n didnt know how to read it"Long story short this surgeon is a complete joke
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12/21/2016
By: Amanda Y.
Falsafi Rebecca DR
Everyone is friendly and very helpful. They explain what is going on in the visit and what will be going on in your next visit to keep you up to date in the process. They are available quickly if anything should happen.
10/09/2016
By: Tracy D.
Arora Satish K Md
He attends his patient very professionally. Very friendly in nature.Good Doctor. I recommend him.Nice staff too.
09/27/2016
By: terryball69
Invision Health
It would be nice that when you call the office, that you could talk to a human being. all you get are recordings, even when you press 0 for emergency questions. there is no reason that a person should have to wait for over a week for their meds, when they have been out for a week of their pain meds.
09/14/2016
By: Krissy C.
Highgate Medical Group
Horrible! Horrible! Horrible! Where is the professionalism in this office? This practice has run itself into the ground. Missed diagnoses and failure to provide basic patient care along with a lack of appointments. Really they are just opening themselves up to one lawsuit after another. They don't listen to patients. They have miss diagnosed my family on multiple occasions which resulted into hospital admissions. Most recently, they advised my significant other that they did not need to take his blood pressure during a sick visit and it could wait until his regular physical but by the way, you are pre-diabetic and obese. The worst part is he went in to the office because he was having diarrhea for over two weeks! HELLO! ?!?!?!? Wouldn't that be the first thing you would check to rule-out dehydration? I am disgusted! I hope someone from Provider Relations at Independent Health reads this post and investigates them. Aren't vital signs crucial to diagnosing a sick patient?
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08/17/2016
By: Diane L.
WNY Medical
I made an appointment as a new patient to see Dr. Quijada an Endocrinologist at the beginning of July for an August 31st appointment. Apparently their scheduling staff made an error and I just received a call today August 17th moving my appointment to NOVEMBER!!!! What kind of medical practice does this? If anyone deals with endocrinologists they know how impossible it is to get an appointment anyway and then to have the practice move you three months out two weeks before your appointment!?! No wonder this practice has such horrible reviews. The girl that called me was unsympathetic, she was rude and said the doctor needed the day off. I get people need days off but DAMN tell your staff so they don't schedule appointments. Get your stuff together!!!!!
08/16/2016
By: Ashley M.
Falsafi Rebecca DR
Dr. Falsafi and her team are absolutely amazing! I've been a patient there since i was 15, and had to get braces. I am now a patient again at 25 for invisalign. They are always very helpful, and you pretty much always get taken in right on time. They are also very good at getting you in and out! I would recommend Dr. Falsafi to anyone, and everyone!
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10/05/2015
By: Anne C.
Ali Ghomi MD
I wish I could give more stars than 5!I was very timid about this surgery and Dr. Gohmi, along with his staff worked hard to put me at ease. After the proceedure, I was shocked at how quickly I recouperated. not much discomfort, very fast recovery, and home the same day! I cant believe how robotics has changed the experience of surgery! Thank you so very much!
09/13/2015
By: Kelly J.
Infertility & IVF Medical
Awful! Dismissive, rude, condescending. Dr. Sperrazza needs a new profession. Do not go to him in this practice. Choose any other doctor.
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