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    1818 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy


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By: Marlisa T.
Raphael Lopez, M.D.
I give two stars for the doctor himself. I've loved this office and have had no problems until today. I went in yesterday for my pre op visit for labs, ekg, etc. I waited in the back room for a total of 30-45 minutes. Plenty of time for the Phlebotomist to do my labs. Instead, she took two people that were behind me and then the guy came to pick up all the blood work and she came to me saying if she did my lab work that day it wouldn't come out right so could I come back the next morning. I said ok but I have to be out by 8:15 for work. I said I would be there at 8am. She said she would be there at 7:45am. I was five minutes late from the time I said I would be there, at 8am. I was told that I have 6-7 people in front of me that had been waiting since earlier. Excuse me, I've been waiting since yesterday. I'm on two diabetic medications and had to be NPO twice. I would have waited behind maybe one or two but 6-7 is uncalled for. This is supposed to be a medical facility that should have known a patient on certain medications that hasn't had anything to eat, especially a patient that has waited hours for labs compared to minutes, should have gone first. If it weren't for Dr. Lopez, I would choose another primary doctor. They staff waste a lot of time playing around instead of doing their job but I have to wait. The head nurse sided with the staff. Anyone with a medical license that thinks this is ok to do, should have their license taken away. I've waited more than an hour every time, even after making an appointment but never complained. This is uncalled for and they are lucky I had a glass of orange juice waiting in my car for after my labs because I was already feeling weak and I have a history of seizures. Dr. Lopez needs a new staff before they get him sued.
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By: William G.
Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida
Dr. Irfan Siddiqui at the Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida in Davenport is an eminent cardiologist who is trained in the latest medical techniques and procedures for treating heart related problems. He is kind and caring, professional and competent, and is never too busy to listen to your cardiac history as it unfolds in the privacy of his office and then to advise appropriate follow-up once a diagnosis has been made based on several important and complimentary tests. His staff supports him and his colleague, Dr. Imran Ismail, magnificently and every patient is made to feel welcome, special, and unique. You soon come to realize you're meeting with a first-class physician in a first-class clinic. He comes highly recommended by this particular and grateful patient.
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By: Lucrecia B.
Trishanna Sookdeo, MD
This doctor is incredibly professional, when my insurance changed, I was very concerned about finding a good/new doctor... Dr. Sookdeo is amazing, she is thorough! She answered all of my questions, Took my concerns serioysly, she truly cares, & her office staff and nurses are fantastic!
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By: Eusebio M.
Khan, Kashan MD
He is a great doctor. He is actually there when you need him. He takes really giod care of my 81 year old mom and my wife and i. He listens to what have to say and gives you all the time you need.the front desk are great people and get the job done.
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By: Christina P.
Heart & Vascular Institute of Florida
I called Dr. Siddiqui's office to make an appointment. I was having chest pain really bad. Dr. Siddiqui worked me right in and found out what was wrong right away. I am so greatful to him for taking such good care of me
By: judy1946
Computer Guy
Great service. Came when he said he would. No techno babble, just fixed it and explained what he did. Actually lives in Davenport, not in Kissimmee or Lakeland, so he could come right out. Would use them again.
By: Dennis G.
Trishanna Sookdeo, MD
Dr.Trishanna Sookdeo was great she explaind everything thoroughly with me.I was very pleased and I'm glad to have you as my Doctor ..Thank you again !
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