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09/29/2017
By: Jan P.
Suncoast Primary Care Specialists
Horrid Dr Lorenzo I went 3 times !!! Tryung to make this Dr work out for me...he kept Prescribing WRONG MEDS TO PHARMACY! Then when I call the office back I never hear back from them and leave tons of messages and that these medications are life-threatening to my health as well as my husband...Never ever listens to us or cares about our health issues...ignores all important health problems hes..RUDE ..BELITTELING and mind you I'm handicapped ..he doesn't even try to get health better or help at ALLLLL.....I'm REPORTING THIS TO MEDICARE
03/05/2017
By: Pauletta B.
Ravi Sharma, MD
I went to Dr. Sharma, to have my unsightly veins removed, he performed laser surgery, which my insurance paid for, then started Schlero on the front of my legs, which lightened them a bit, and I paid for those treatments, now I can't get an appointment to finish the procedure, the back of my legs haven't been touched, and I still have the veins on the front of my legs. The office says they will try to work me in, and I haven't heard anything yet. He did not finish the job on my legs, I don't know if he will for anyone else.
01/21/2017
By: David M.
Suncoast Primary Care Specialists
Last doctors visit was a joke. Had blood work done prior to the visit so one would expect a review of the results and suggestions if any changes were necessary. WRONG!! did not happen. My blood pressure medication prescription was getting close to ending so I told them to please write a new one, simple right? WRONG!!. So I called the office and pressed 2 for prescription refills. Followed all the instructions to a tee. Message says you will be contacted when the prescription is called into the pharmacy. No contact so I went through the same procedure the next day but still no contact. Went to the pharmacy the next day and........you guessed it...NO PRESCRIPTION!!! On the day of that last visit the doctor probably spent less than 3 minutes in my presence. Went I checked out the clerk asked when the Dr. wanted to see me again. I answered "he didn't". She said she would check with him later in the day and call me with my next appointment. You guessed it again.....NO CALL and that was weeks ago!! Based on my experience I would highly recommend avoiding this place for quality care!!!
02/05/2016
By: Jean D.
Suncoast Primary Care Specialists
Just spoke with a Rhonda at this office. My husband was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. But he was not told about it at visit. When speaking to Rhonda to ask about this she said and I quote I am not a Doctor and I can't tell you anything. She told us we would have to wait for next appt. to speak with the Doctor about this. Mind you this appt. is 3 months away. So I insisted she message the Doctor and ask him to call us about this right away. This is unacceptable behavior. This diagnosis is not a cut on the finger its life threatening. How dare she treat us with such disrespect. As a former business owner I would never allow such flagrant disregard for the well being of my patients. As a human being she should have empathy towards the patients that walk thru that door that she is paid to serve.
04/30/2012
By: jewel7171957
Hari V Iyer MD FACS
Dr. Iyer is one of the best surgeons I have ever worked with in my nursing career. When my 8 year old son had acute appendicitis, Dr. Iyer is the one I wanted to care for him. In the nine years I worked at Seven Rivers Hospital, his patients all did extremely well, had no complications, and loved him. I would trust this man with my life and I did when he successfully operated on my son.
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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.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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