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By: rgonzalez01
North Fresno Family Health
Julie the NP was great spends time with her patients ad really listens to them and is so sweet. The bad thing is you don't see Julie first, just like any other place you see the front office staff first. They act as if you bother them when you walk in no one says hello they don't even remember my name and I have been a patient with Julie for years. Before The office moved locations it was great. Deb, Chris, Gail, and Julie were so friendly and always took time to listen they treated you like family. Yes I'll admit at times they bickered quietly behind doors but they cared about their patients and each other. The office manager Sam is rude cuts you off when your talking will be playing with his phone when asking a question and when he does acknowledge you he looks thru you not at you, I have grave concerns about his ability to function at work either due to life or medications he had made several mistakes that if not caught could have been dangerous. I think until the old staff returns me a my family will be looking or a different office to get our health care needs met. I suggestion the same for others. First impressions are key and I used to have a great one now it's very saddening.
By: Josh M.
Robert Salazar Inc
As I write this, he's rated as only 2.5 / 5 stars. A vote of four, with a review, and an empty 1-star review. I think he ticked someone off.I'm 22, been going to him since 20 (I feel so out of place, the waiting room is always full of much much older people)Dr. Salazar is not for everyone, in fact he's told us stories about how some patients react to him. He has a way of going about things, and you have to be honest with him. No drug-seekers or other fakers will be able to sucker him out of a prescription.I'm not cured, but my medical problems will likely life long. What he DOES do for me though, is keep on trying various tactics and is extremely friendly (and funny) on all our visits.I was suffering from a new morphine pump, and I called him up at 9 PM and he told me to meet him in his parking lot. Slept alot better that night since he was able to turn my rate of dosing down.
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By: Jane S.
Robert Salazar Inc
I have been coming here for years. I had Dr. Kalmakarian, Dr. John Cox and Dr. Salazar. Doc Salazar is sweet and charming. He is very kind and considerate. When I go in for shots in my neck, he greets me with a song and makes me smile. His nurses are funny and warm and the anesthesiologists are great! I have been coming for years... (15) or so. No they haven't cured me. They are pain management! That's what they do. They make it so my life is a bit more tolerable and my pain is at as minimal as possible. John Cox is kind and honest. I see him for my check ups. No drug seekers! He will spot them! I trust him completely. Anyway, don't know what that one star was about...maybe searching for something in the wrong place...? Yes sometimes there is a long wait. They try and squeeze us all in. Oh well.
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By: David U.
Saint Agnes Medical Center
The good side is that my wife has received excellent care from the specialists who removed her gall bladder. The quality care from the staff afterwards was also comforting.The down side was the horrific waiting of almost 5 hrs. in the emergency dept. Granted it was extremely busy but my wife was the loudest person screaming in excruciating pain and I learned that you are treated on a first come first served basis regardless of pain level and I was wrong in calling 911 thinking she would have priority.They didn't even take anyone's vitals after two hours.But we still highly recommend all their other service areas.
By: Robert H.
Robert Salazar Inc
I have been with Dr. Salazar since he took over for Dr. Kalmakarian. And since Dr. Salazar has been seeing me I have had a pain pump in for my lower back. Since every doctor I have seen prior have told me that there was nothing wrong with my back other than degenerative deterioration and there was nothing anyone could do other than give me pain pills. Dr. Salazar suggested that a pain pump be placed inside me without the side effects of medication. His staff are the best I have ever seen in a doctor's office. They are always smiling and seem to enjoy their job. Dr. Salazar is the happiest man I have ever seen
By: veronica0gabe
Stewart W Mason Md Inc.
Dr Mason and Dr Nix have been the most caring doctors I have ever had. Dr Nix helped my husband and I get pregnant after trying on our own for over 7 years. Dr Mason fully explained all the changes that were going to take place in my body during the pregnancy. He was very reassuring about any and all little aches and pains that I had. He truly made this first time mom feel calm and happy all through out my pregnancy. I had my baby boy in July of 2011 I will be recommending his office to everyone. And when we are ready to try for our second child we will definitely be going back to his office.
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By: Traci T.
O'laughlin Thomas J MD
Small miracles happen todayDr.Thomas O'Laughlin today we had two small miracles. I received the first approval for all the meds including the NUCYNTA! The 2nd one was approving the consult with neuro (Najafi). I think that 6 page dictation finally landed on the right desk for review this time or just a doctor who understands pain mgmt. I just wanted to say thank you for not giving up and going the extra mile(s) to help me! It doesn't go unappreciated!! Extra thanks to Sarah Tiffany Myra and Sharon for being my rocks also!!!!!With the utmost gratitude and appreciation Traci Lynn Tiscareno
By: William B.
Constantz, Nicole M
Over the past 3 weeks, my wife and I have both had consultations with Dr. Constantz--and she's amazing. I wish we'd have met her years (decades) earlier.She's extremely personable, professional and knowledgeable--and patient! We both brought up several issues and Dr. Constantz was familiar with all of them and knew the conditions, symptoms, possible treatments or medicines--all effortlessly, seemingly right off the top of her head. But best of all, for me, was how she put us both at ease.I've not been very happy with medical care the past decade or so but Dr. Constantz is great.
By: Donna E.
Marshall E Noel MD Facog Gynecologist
Awesome health professionals! I have been going to Dr. Bergmann for over 20 years and won't go to any other OB/GYN Doctor in Fresno. She's very intelligent and has a kind bedside manner. She has seen me though miscarriages and births. Her expertise in the field of OB/GYN is matchless. On top of it all, Dr. Bergmann has a NP, Michele, on staff how has helped me lose over 30 pounds and get my blood pressure down into the normal range. I want to Thanks to the Canterbury Women's HelathCare for helping me have a better quality of life.
By: H M.
Marshall E Noel MD Facog Gynecologist
Drs & staff are very nice & always listen to concerns etc. I've been a long time patient & have referred family & friends without any hesitation.I was however disappointed when they moved to a brand new building/office & kept the 80's decor. The colors and decor are terrible & not in a comforting way. Hoping one day soon they'll hire a decorator to make it a nice looking office that matches the personalities of the staff, the current year & a more spa clean look & not grandmas house.
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