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08/16/2017
By: Kelley M.
Vera, Arnold, MD
Dr. Arnold vera is one of the best doctors I've ever ever been to in my life… I would highly highly recommend him to anybody who has a need for an endocrinologist… He is knowledgeable and smart and he's not just using textbook medicine… This man knows what he is doing… He saved my life…But… The office staff is a little chaotic and unorganized..... make sure you get your script on paper… Make sure you get your tests on paper just make sure you get everything on paper and you'll be OK… That was like a three-month delay in my treatment because of missing referrals paperwork and stuff like that that they sent digitally these days and it's just better to get everything on paper and your experience will go by quickly and professionally and you will be OK because this is one of the best doctors I've ever seen in my life… Do not let the chaos in the office get you down…yes he's the best so it's very busy ....Dr. vera and the staff will come through.....
05/24/2017
By: Latashia D.
Ahmed, Ejaz, MD
Today I went in to have a follow up as directed from the ER by a neurologists to discuss medication and headaches I have from a brain injury. First thing he asked me before discussing my problems was who is going to pay for this. I was shocked never had an issue with my military insurance ever. As I tried to discuss my headaches with him he interrupted and was extremely rude to me and told me to go back to the ER. this doctor is very unprofessional, rude and does not care. I've lived all over the world and have never experienced a doctor this bad. I was treated better at the emergency room and found out there are many other complaints about him. It's very sad to see a doctor behave this way.
02/17/2017
By: Jon D.
Kemshol Medical Center
These people do NOT take all insurance. If u have united health care don't even attempt. And the lady on phone is rude...
01/09/2017
By: Danny R.
Ortolani, John A MD
Have always been treated with the utmost respect and empathy from all of the staff for my injuries and issues. MANY times one of their Physicians Asst., Betsy, has went above and beyond her normal duties to help me with my many issues and if not for her, I would probably be here today.
08/20/2015
By: lisa.c.miller.925
Dr. Vinod K Malik, MD
went to this dr. after calling to tell my issues needing another dr. because mine of 3 yr had retired. after taking my $35 co pay he tells me my insurance is no good and that he doesn't give prescriptions( which is a lie because I told the office assistant when making the appointment that I was needing prescriptions and a new doctor she said they could take care of me. He said he only did needles and I said anything to help with my pain that I had done PT in previous yrs and was willing to do that as well he said see ya in 3 wks. Well I have been on pain meds for 10 yr or longer and thought he would give me something but instead as checking out she gives me paperwork saying that they will be calling me for an MRI and PT well guess what he is another prick dr. because it has been almost 2 months and not a call from anyone. Thank God I am not a drug addict and manage my medication incase there are problems like there was in 2011 having hard time getting things filled and still have medication left. Lord knows I would much rather be pain free and take no more pills BUT I AM SO TIRED OF EVERYONE THINKING THAT IF YOU SAY YOU HAVE PAIN YOU ARE A DRUG ADDICT. First time I got methadone prescribed to me the pharmacist thought I was an heroin addict trying to clean up such a sad thing. A hard worker with pain has not got a chance in this world.
04/09/2015
By: A. R.
Foust, Paula M, MD
The first time I went to this doctor it was fine, however, the second time around it was a completely different story. I had to wait in the exam room for nearly an hour to see her, wearing just a thin pink gown. Then when she finally came in I was treated with extreme disrespect and unkindness. She was hostile, rude, and unsympathetic to how I was feeling. I actually left in tears and will never be returning. I strongly recommend finding another doctor. Very unprofessional and unbelievable that she'd treat patients in such a way
03/10/2015
By: Irene L.
Dr. Zafar Latif, MD
VERY nice Understanding Physician with a great bedside manner.
12/18/2012
By: myhemi1
Kohen, Michael D MD PA
Dr.Kohen is the best in the state of Fl.!
07/20/2012
By: medicalservicemgmt
Medical Service Management Incorporated
“My experience with Medical Service Management has been overall excellent! The doctors provided to me by this company are experienced and well liked, the credentialing process is a breeze, and my representative is always available to assist me.”-- Client Service Representative, Florida Management Services Organization
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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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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