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By: Micheal B.
Phoenix Rising Behavioral Healthcare And Recovery Inc
Okay, I am very unhappy with the help I tried to get. I'm not the type of person that is willing to talk to an answering machine. If this is what it takes to get any help, I have problems, but you have more than I do if this is how your program works.
By: Henry G.
OMNI Orthopaedics
The staff and doctors are truly miracle workers as long as you listen and do what they tell you right.
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By: Stephanie P.
Phoenix Rising Behavioral Healthcare And Recovery Inc
They can never line up their schedules and refills right. My husband works on Wednesdays (when they have prescription refill meetings) and has struggled to get his prescription refilled every few months. You can call none stop but no one will call you back for days. The people that work their tell you not to suddenly stop taking antidepressants(because it amplifies your depression or anxiety really bad) but they have no problem forcing their patients to do so while they take their time refilling prescriptions. My husband suffers so much and can hardly handle his mood swings while they do this. This has had a crazy effect on our family and no one I have spoken to cares. It's always someone different we need to talk to and usually all we can do is leave voicemails for days on end. They made him go three weeks with out his meds once. I am concerned for all the people who probably have killed themselves waiting for thier prescriptions.
By: Erick M.
OMNI Orthopaedics
I can't say enough about Dr. Pentz and his stall. He has given me injections to help my knee pain. He is a kind and caring doctor that I would recommend for any orthopedic problems.
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By: Jenny L.
Mark Weiner MD
I was referred to Dr Weiner for severe head, neck and right sided pain. He came in, listened intently, ordered testing to find the culprit of my problems.. And I am now awaiting a surgery in His capable hands. Part of my injury is due to domestic violence at the hands of my first husband. Dr. Weiner listened intently, but more importantly showed compassion, kindness and No judgement concerning my past. I was so impressed I encouraged my husband to see him for His pain, and he will have His surgery in 2 weeks by Dr Weiner. We feel very at ease, trust his abilities and are very comfortable with the decision we made for him to be Our surgeon. His reputation is excellent.
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By: Charlotte N.
Jones, Simonette, MD
My sister has this doctor and she was so rude to her. My sister 70 year old and 3 years ago had 3 stoke she don't all way's understand. So today the doctor Jones a well know heart doctor of Canton was talking mean to my sister while she giving her a stress test. It really upset my sister. We help watch over my sister who live alone and I told I am going report her. Doctor Jones has no bed side manner and I told my sister to only let doctor Cumming the other heart doctor touch her. Shame on Doctor Jones treating her patients this way.
By: Meg T.
OMNI Orthopaedics
I would highly recommend Dr. Pentz for any orthopedic surgery that you may need. He is a blessing to have.
By: Zoe R.
Soto, C Elizabeth, MD
Excellent. She truly cares. She listens and is very compassionate. Recommend highly. Little if any wait time
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By: Ibadete H.
Kent L Ramsey MD
He is honest, Intelligent and has a great sense of humor. I would highly recommend him for any of your ent needs!
By: Donnie K.
Phoenix Rising Behavioral Healthcare And Recovery Inc
Good care provided here. As for this Cal2011 this is proably the kind of person who goes on WebMD for 15 minutes and this they are a doctor. Most healthcare places want a visual aid such as a picture to help identify you. Sounds like someone is a bit paranoid and should schedule there own appointment.
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