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09/09/2017
By: Monkie B.
DR Jeffrey Gawel MD
He came highly recommend i have had 11 previous surgeries and was very scared about this particular hernia repair. I needed mesh and had another doctor tell me that it was a big deal. I almost died on my last surgery. Dr. Gawel had great bedside manor and made me feel positive Had my surgery yesterday and went very well. Thank you and your team. I appreciate it.
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06/06/2017
By: Patricia M.
Family Medicine Specialists
My husband and I have been with Dr. Terrence Wright for over 20 years. He is an exceptional doctor and we consider him a friend. We have never been treated like a number there. He comes into the room, immediately shakes your hand and says "Hi how are you doing", With a smile. Never feel rushed and he listens!!! We have told him, he can never move away or quit while we are alive����. It's a good thing that we are much older.
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10/27/2016
By: Haley O.
Vagotis Cosmetics Surgery & Skin Care
Very approachable surgeon who gives honest advice and does not push you to do procedures you do not need. Example I asked about Botox and I am 28 years old. She explained I do not need Botox at this time because I have minimal if any noticeable wrinkles. Instead surgeons could easily talk me into doing it for the money. I respect that. I also had liposuction by a different plastic surgeon in Grand Rapids and they told me I would be good to go in 3 month. Well I am on month 8 and still have some skin that needs to tighten. I asked Dr. Vagotis her opinion because I was worried and she stated "6 months to 1 year minimum for my skin to be back to mostly normal" that made me feel a lot better about my recovery.
10/10/2016
By: cookiecook213
John N Campbell MD PC
I will begin this review with Dr. Campbell. Dr. Campbell is a great doctor and shows sincere concern for his patients. His medical staff & assistants are also very impressive with great bedside manor and responding to urgent matters quickly. That being said, the front office staff including receptionist, office manager, and billing have declined in patient relations over the past 6 months. The level of patient service and respect offered by the administrative and billing staff is disheartening and disgusting. I have witnessed a drastic change in attitude over the past several months. in fact, I have referred friends to dr campbell in the past and those friends as well have conveyed the same message to me. I am at the point where I can very easily leave and find another provider with better service.yes this would be rather sad because I have developed a relationship with my doctor over the years that I have seen him but I will not allow the level of bias (I.e. favoritism and blatant disregard) that I have witnessed over the past 6 months.my suggestion is for dr campbell to realize and understand the level of treatment his patients receive when they are in the waiting room or being checked in. additionally to make matters worse, I have heard the receptionist on the phone with a patient discussing their medical history then subsequently gossip about that same call as soon as she hangs up. Obviously this is a violation of HIPPA and patient confidentiality. As I conclude this review, I must reiterate Dr Campbell's medical staff is very pleasant. Unfortunately, the first impression is always from the receptionist or office manager and as we all know, first impressions will either make or break a business.
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09/21/2016
By: Judith W.
Dr. Sandra Wisebaker, MD
She's one of the best Doctors in Grand Rapids. Very caring and gets to know her patients well. Very trustworthy.
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07/09/2016
By: Sally B.
Saifollahi, Jahandar S
I drive over 5 hours one way to see this Dr. He is excellent. I highly recommend to anyone who needs a good Psychraist.
01/21/2016
By: Sam H.
Vagotis Cosmetics Surgery & Skin Care
Complications, surgical site infection. Stay away. Formally complained to my insurance company only to find out she had a been in disciplinary action with the State of Michigan.
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11/13/2015
By: Tonya P.
Dr. Brianna Renee Bender, MD
Grossly incompetent, will not refer you to a doctor that can see if if it is not 3-6 months out, and unwilling to prescribe life saving medication for a chronic disability. Prone to sticking needles into giant cell tumors of the tendon sheath possibly seeding the surrounding tissue with further tumors. Highly un-recommended - unless you have a thing for a doctor's equivalent to Dr. Spaceman on 30 Rock. Dr. Bender - I hope you never practice medicine again!
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03/04/2015
By: Irisi T.
John N Campbell MD PC
Do not go to this office. Staff is very rude. The doctors NEVER follow up. The prescription was never send to Meijer for me to pick up. Even though the doctor said that they would call me in a week to follow up for the next step of my treatment they never did. They are very good about sending your bill to your address and having your info but when you call them they can NEVER find you on their system when you are calling about an inquiry. Plus they charge you SO MUCH MORE for things that they do not even talk to you about.
11/25/2014
By: Brenda J.
Mercy Health Physician Partners - Grand River Cardiology
Gave 2 stars because the Doctors are nice but office nurses and staff are very rude, disfunctional, and unorganized. For a specialist office that deals with heart patients they (staff) clearly have no professional skills or care for their patients. Be prepared for a lot of excuses and if you need prescription refills call 1 week in advance and call every day after your request or you will get nothing!
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