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06/24/2016
By: Luo J.
Dr. Lijia Zhu, MD
Dr.Zhu is a very experienced and nice doctor. My college referred my wife to Dr Zhu. when she with my first baby. we are satisfied with every prenatal visit because we don't wait long and treated well. During the labor,she guide my wife with her experience so that she did not suffer from too much pain. She support and encourage us a lot. So I recommend her as OB-GYN.
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05/06/2015
By: Ginger O.
Kennerly, Marlene M, MD
Worse experience I have had with a doctor. Doesn't listen, lack of concern, did not address the issue, misdiagnosed, didn't explain medications, didn't spend any time with me, didn't examine any possible problems that I had. I would suggest not wasting your time.
10/15/2014
By: Sarah B.
Dua Prem P MD PC
Slow, dirty and dumb! I'll never come back here again.
09/05/2013
By: christine.northmore1
Geppert, Pamela M
A wonderful physician- been going to her for many years & have always been able to get an appointment when I need it. I've worked unusual hours for years & the staff is wonderful. I feel like a friend and they really care about you . The nurses have always called me back when I have a question or they will talk with you when you call. Dr G gives you her complete attention, does not order unnecessary tests, but if you need something she is there. ANd if she doesn't know something she'll make sure you see someone who can help. AS an all round physician she is great. ANd if she ever retires I know she will refer me on to someone who I can trust as much as I trust her.. Thank you Dr G for all the years of help & health and all the good things you've done to help me. CLN
07/18/2011
By: rabsters
Ayad A Farjo MD
But sweet and quick doctor. Nice staff too
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
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