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By: Melissa L.
Rkein, Ali
Yes the # is incorrect. Also Dr. Ali Rkein is not a business, he is part of the company English Dermatology, which has a YP page. This information is not correct or inclusive to what English Dermatology represents. -office liaison for English Dermatology
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By: Karen S.
Rkein, Ali
The correct phone number for Dr.Rkein is 480-507-5011 @ Englist Dermatology in Gilbert Arizona. Please call the correct number.
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By: angelbunny25
Smith, Trent H, MD
I have been waiting for over 8 weeks to get an appointment after being referred and I have a rare muscle disease that I have to have chemo levels changed every 6 weeks for....it has been 3 months and they seem to not care.
By: David S.
Martinez, Pedro J, MD Hope Medical Institute
The doctor is excellent. The doctor's wait staff is not. They really need to get off their high-horse and learn how to communicate effectively with their patients. There is better staffers out there.
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By: Adriana V.
Desert Grove Family Medical
Do NOT go to this place!!! Front desk staff is rude and very unprofessiona. I don't have anything against people with tattoos, I have them myself, but when youre working in the medical field and you have them all over your arms and hands, they should cover it up just a little to make the place look decent, very unprofessional, plus the bad attitude, that seems to get around throught the staff. I've been going to their locations, and I say it plural because it's impossible to get an appointment at the same place, trying to get help for some pain I've been having. Well, they told me to wait for a phone call from their referral office. The call never came. I kept calling them and calling and nobody could give me an answer on what was going on with this referral, so they kept telling me they would call me back. 6 months passed and still nothing so I physically had to go in and see NP Rachel Erdmann once again so I could get a written referral because my pain was getting worse. Well this lady then gets mad because I should have been calling the referral center, I said "I have been" and all she said was well it's weird they don't get back to you. I finally call the place they referred me to and they tell me they can't see me there because they can't treat me for anything.The receptionist says my regular Dr should treat me. So I went back to NP Rachel, and all of a sudden she had no idea why I was there or referred to this place, she couldn't do anything about it. After explaining myself about 10 times what my symptoms were, she still had no idea why I was there. I told her "you have my notes in your computer as well as my lab results. Even then I couldn't get her out of "I don't know what you want me to do.... I couldn't believe this!!! You go to a Dr to get help, but apparently you need to diagnose yourself. Don't go to her, worse NP ever!!!
By: lilmsjillybean71
Dr. Stacy Elizabeth Gustin, DO
A very nice and thorough PCM. Easy to get appts. Polite staff. Decent waiting room. Not a great deal of toys for young kids so come prepared. Co-Pays due at time of service or you must reschedule appts. Prompt with sending out referrals. No problems with incorrect insurance statements so they know what they are billing for. Overall, a very pleasant experience.
By: kelbell34
Gilbert Family Medicine
FANTASTIC!! I have been going to see Dr. G for just over 4 years now. I have NEVER waited more than 5 minutes in the Lobby and usually less than 10 min in the exam room to be seen. This Dr. is thorough and kind, but honest. I referred a co-worker one time and after her first visit she came out almost crying, when I asked why she said "He looked me in the eye, and he treated me like a person". That's Dr. G, he does care, and his staff cares, not just about your symptoms or illness, but about you as a whole person. I recommend Dr. Ginsberg and Gilbert Family Medicine to EVERYONE I know.
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