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By: kellie.kilgorenorton
Daniel A Terrone DO
NO STARS given here!! My husband and I have NEVER been treated as poorly by this office as we were by Dr. Terrone's office, in our whole life!! Too many Doctors to choose from to have to put up with this, we asked to speak with the Doctor himself regarding how we were treated and were told "he was too busy" yet there was NO ONE else in an 11 doctor practice's office!! Hmmmmm that should tell you something right there!! We were also discriminated against due to the fact that I am hearing impaired and asked the doctor ahead of time if it would be a problem for my husband and I to come back to the room together (so he can help me hear), he said not at all, yet when we arrived for our appt., the nurse was SO nasty and mean, she was NOT going to let us go together, you were NOT going to win with her, it was her way or the highway, well my husband and I chose the highway!!! No empathy or kindness in THIS office, STAY AWAY!!
By: kellie.kilgorenorton
Medical Associates of West Florida
HORRIBLE!!! I dont know why I have to give them ANY stars??? Of all the doctors my husband and I had to choose from, we had to pick THIS one!!! I am shocked by how terrible we were treated by all that work in this office, from the snotty, scowl on her face, unfriendly lady at the front desk to the nasty, know-it-all, on a power trip nurse to the cowardly Doctor who wouldnt even speak with my husband and I when we were SO upset about how we were treated by HIS employees. How pathetic. All we wanted to do was go back to the room for BOTH our visits TOGETHER! I am VERY hard of hearing and when it comes to important things such as getting our bloodwork results back, I want to have my husband there with me, this should be of NO concern to them if we want to be together. What doesnt make any sense is we even made sure to ask this ahead of time because it was SO important to us and the Doctor said it would be fine. Yet when we arrived for our appointment, the nurse who so unbelievably rude and nasty, in front of other people in the office, and when we tried to explain and ask to speak with the doctor, we were told he was busy. There were NO other patients waiting, only people who were done and waiting for something else. I have NEVER in my whole life, and I have been to PLENTY of Doctors offices, been treated the way I was treated at Dr. DANIEL TERRONE'S office in Hudson Florida. STAY AWAY!! If u want compassion, go elsewhere!! I am in the process of filing complaints as I have a hearing disability and this may be discrimination.
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