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11/01/2017
By: Paul M.
Skin & Beauty Center (SBC)
I travel 120 miles one way to get to this office. I take this trek as I consider Dr. Saadat professional and skillful (besides being a nice guy).From my experience on Wednesday, though, the rest of the office isn’t worth it.After a minor surgery, Dr. Saadat referred me to therr professional assistant for a 2-week follow up. I was scheduled for a 1 pm appointment on Wednesday, 10/18. Due to the length of my 120-mile drive, I pack other appointments in the area around the one at SBC, and needed to get to them all on time. Since 1 pm is Skin and Beauty Center's first appointment after lunch, not much can go wrong, right? Wrong! I arrived early at 12 and was told my P.A., Kristen, was at lunch and she'd be back at one. Fair enough. At 1:15, as I wondered what the delay was, I was taken into an exam room and told the P.A. was with "another patient" and she'd be with me when she was finished there. Since there was no other patient scheduled after lunch, I asked how this was possible. My appointment was theoretically Kristen’s only one. I received a brush off answer -- in fact the attitude seemed to be that since I was a patient, my schedule didn't matter, only those of the SBC practitioners. Ten minutes later, still neither getting seen, or an explanation of why the delay, I said good-bye at the front desk and left. This was at 1:25, almost a half hour after I should’ve been seen.No explanation of an emergency. Just a feeling of “You don’t deserve an explanation.” What arrogance! The attitude at SBC seems to be, "You will wait until we're damn well ready for you"? Is that the right way to treat a patient?As there are medical professionals who think their patients should be considered as much as their own vanities, I suggest you look elsewhere for consistent service.
05/12/2017
By: June C.
Dao, Tri Duy, MD
My co worker referred me to Dr. Dao. She had only the best things to say about this doctor. So, I finally made an appointment and I must say, he is truly the best! So patient and thorough. Never rushing and always listening to his patients. Dr. Dao...you rock!
04/08/2017
By: Kristi C.
Dr. Warren Line
Dr Line is wonderful. He listens then explains the issues in "English".. not Dr terms! The office staff is very helpful!
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03/03/2017
By: Jennifer A.
Dr. Michael D Marsh, MD
I love Dr. Marsh and he has excellent hours! He is very knowledgeable and friendly-quite a sense of humor :)
01/20/2017
By: Dorothy N.
Sheldon Kishineff Md
Very nice pediatrician office. Fairly clean office. There are many rooms for patients. Lots of painted Disney characters painted all around
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12/01/2016
By: Jennifer A.
David Ahdoot
I love this man! He is very concerned/gives you the attention you need, appointment times are prompt, billing has never been an issue...I definitely recommend Dr. Adhoot!
11/19/2016
By: Tracy S.
Navare, Sachin M, MD
I love Dr. Szeto. She came highly recommend and I know why-really cares about her patients and she is always willing to spend time discussing my health care.
11/05/2016
By: Ann M.
Christine Szeto MD
Clean, efficient office. Dr Szeto is always calm and welcoming. She is a good listener and very helpful.
10/21/2016
By: Marko O.
Dr. Neskovic
Jefferson Elementary family, and citizens of Burbank: This is one of the nicest family physicians in whole county. You know the saying "do as I say not as I do": well that doesn't fly with this doctor. He follows the healthy life goals that he preaches to everyone else, and leads by example!He will make your day brighter.
10/04/2016
By: Annie H.
Burbank Urgent Care
Had the unfortunate need for urgent care for my child. Health care professionals were gentle and appeared to know what they were doing. The facility itself is a bit on the old side but it gets the job done.
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