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09/25/2011
By: tvallo
Sabbighian, Bahman, MD
I was very sick and on the verge of dying 3 weeks ago and didn't even know it. I got hospitalized and had surgery with Dr.Ben Sabbaghian. He performed a new procedure on me called the Seals port. I ended up having a ruptured appendix and a non-functioning gallbladder. Dr. Sabbaghian removed my ruptured appendix, along with all of the pus and infection in my abdominal cavity, as well as my gallbladder through a tiny incision made in my belly button. I had very little if any pain at all after the surgery. My total recovery time was 2 weeks and I was back doing everything that I had done prior to my surgery. I really want to thank Dr.Sabbaghian, as well as the staff of the jennings Hospital for the wonderful care I received, during a unfortunate time. If I had to go through anything like this again, I would not hesitate to go see Dr. Sabbaghian again. I would be happy to answer any questions anyone has on Dr.Ben as well as the procedure he performed on me. You can contact me at RVallo3371@netzero.com
07/13/2016
By: Janice L.
Dr. Satinder S Saini, MD
Well the ONLY reason I gave them 4 stars instead of 5 was because on some occasions there is a pretty long wait time to finally get to see Dr. Saini even with an appt. I do understand he has a very busy practice, always full of patients. Wish the drug reps that come in would have to wait a while like the patients. The office staff is VERY nice and helpful. They greet you and put you at ease. Dr. Saini is an excellent doctor. He is up to date on new requirements for shots and medical tests and all that his patients need. He listens and does answer any question you have. He offers what he thinks is best for you but he doesn't push it on you. If you disagree he's ok with that. Glad I was recommended to see him by my OB/GYN. Will continue to have him as my internist as long as possible.
07/13/2016
By: Janice L.
Mammen Joshua P Md
ONLY reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is because he has a VERY busy practice and the wait time to see him may be quite a while. Dr. Mammen is an excellent surgeon. He has a very calm demeanor, not pushy at all. He is willing to answer any questions and explain anything you don't understand. He is very attentive to his patients after surgery visiting them often and making sure all is as it should be. He is a good Christian man and I trust him for any surgical needs I or my family members have.
06/14/2011
By: bbrunet5
Sabbighian, Bahman, MD
Dr. Ben is one awesome surgeon!!! Without question,.I know he saved my life in Dec.. 2010 due to a bowel obstruction.He had to give me an eilostomy, but reasured me of a reversal as soon as possible. Well here it is, June 2010 , just had it feel great and he was a very attentive surgeon. Dr. Ben's bed side manner is not bad he is just quiet, and always very busy. Thanks to Dr. Ben and God I am healing real good. I would recommend him to anyone . He is awesome.
07/13/2016
By: Janice L.
Dr. Michael F Melanson, MD
Dr. Melanson has been my OB/GYN since day one when I needed these services. He is a very caring, kind, supportive, attentive doctor. He listens, puts you at ease and truly does care about his patients. His office staff are very nice and friendly. VERY glad I found Dr. Melanson when I needed this type of care. Have ALWAYS been satisfied with him when I had my children, surgery and just follow up care. Hope he will be my doctor for a very long time.
07/13/2016
By: Janice L.
Holland, Michael Dr
Very good orthopedic surgeon. He did one of my surgeries. Went to him for treatment for another situation, he treated it the best he could but when he could nothing further he didn't hesitate to refer me to a specialist for this very particular situation. Would go to him any time I needed an orthopedic doctor.
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