Martha Locations & Hours Near Delray Beach, FL - YP.com
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04/05/2017
By: Janet V.
Salvati Carl MD FACP FAAN
I tripped backward and went to JFK ER they gave me a catscan & MRI they said all is fine but followup with a neurologist. I went to Salvati because he was available. He said JFK should have given me an MRI WITH contrast& prescribed 3 T3 MRIs These are the highest level MRI and the place he sent me sent me to 3 different locations for each test because they didn't have the machine he wanted. They are also very costly copay! In the interim I spoke to my primary, an internist at Cleveland Clinic, he found it strange to have3 but said since he prescribed them do it but felt it was unlikely there was anything or JFK would have admitted me. I went thru the tests saw Salvati that week He said "theres nothing wrong" If you use Cleveland Clinic anyway if you feel you want to see another neuro Dr there is one there "I recommend" but it's not necessary. I had all my tests sent to my primary at CC . I happened to have an annual wellness exam the following week anyway. My primary said having looked at the tests he felt it was a case of OVERKILL to have all those high radiation tests and as he expected here was nothing and in addition he knows the Dr, that Salvati recommended if I needed to see him but thought it would be a waste of time since the tests show NO PROBLEM. I thought the case was closed until yesterday when I found that I had been waiting to obtain a new life ins. company to gibe me a new policy since my last one of 15 years had expired. They contacted me said they saw I had a "FALL" had all these tests contacted Salvati who sent my records to them saying I should see another neurologist and because I had not there are new questions from them! I explained how it went down and by the way Salvati called my house the same day I was seeing my primary @ Cleveland Cliniic and told my husband "I looked at your wife's tests again she definitely need not have a follow up neuro Dr., bottom line he never put that in my record,ins. declined.Staff says TOO BAD lawsuit 2 follow!
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06/05/2016
By: Steve K.
Bruce Berenson MD
We recently found Dr. Bruce Berenson as a new primary for my 88-year-old mother with severe Dementia and heart disease. Her previous doctor was nice enough but misdiagnosed back to back infections and getting calls returned were difficult.We only wish we had found him earlier as he is clearly a standout among great doctors. He was able to determine many her issues and those he was not 100% sure of, he directed us to the right specialists. As a result nearly a month of my mother's pain and suffering was ended, though if we had Dr. Berenson previously, that month would have likely only been a few days.Thank you Dr. B!(I apologize as this is a review I've posted elsewhere...but it's the truth and I want to be sure other patients discover Dr. Berenson)
01/08/2015
By: Stefanie K.
Dada
We dropped by for the first Dada the other night for dinner before getting together with friends. It said a lot to us that it was a Tuesday nght and they were packed. From the hostess desk to the waitress and other staff, we were treated in a personable and helpful way. The menu is beautifully varied and the food is outstanding! That night, we made reservations to go again Friday night with friends for dinner, then to enjoy their live music later in the evening. Dada lives up to their excellent reputation. We can easily see it becoming our go to restraurant.
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06/23/2015
By: Hollie A.
Cesar Figueroa Md Pa
Doctor & Nurse Practitioner are great. The office staff, however, can improve on organization. Some issues I've had in the past year are: sending in referrals to the insurance companies for specialists, having medical records sent 6 months (and 500 phone calls) later, etc. Now, I understand the office is constantly busy and often alot of interruptions, and multitasking. I do understand. Overall, a very good physician
12/27/2016
By: Jodie H.
Deck 84
Fun little spot on the water, my friends and I usually go by boat and we've never had a problem getting a boat slip. The outside bar is good for watching football although there aren't many food or drink specials. Brunch is usually packed so get there early.
12/27/2016
By: Jodie H.
Dada
Trendy and hip lil spot. Great for a Friday night out. Inside and outside seating. I like sitting outside when the weather permits because they have nice romantic lighting. This Old House is my favorite cocktail, try it out if you like spice.
09/07/2014
By: Richard M.
Sundy House
The food was OK, everything was salty. The server was pleasant, but not well trained. One dish was returned 3 times ,partly due to server error and partly to food prep, but no sign of the manager. Not anxious to go back.
06/06/2017
By: Jonathan A.
Deck 84
This place has great food and great atmosphere but lacks in great service. Most of the times that i have visited, it took a while for them to give us a table.
02/11/2016
By: backspin27
Max's Harvest
Tried this place for the first time and both of us were very happy with our drinks and dinner. We will be back. Like everything about it.
02/28/2016
By: Erik T.
Daniel A Lindenberg Md Pa
My mom-in-law very much enjoyed seeing Dr Lindeberg. He is very professional and always provided a good plan to manage her diverticulitis.
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