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06/12/2017
By: James T.
South Shore Neurologic Assoc
Dr. Raza has to be one of the worst doctor's I have ever seen. I just changed Neurologists to another doctor at SSN because of his inability to keep up with records, paperwork and for the recent medical advice of (and I'm paraphrasing here) "If you think the medication I prescribed for you is too large of a dose, why haven't you cut it it down to half the dose?". My response? "Because I AM not a doctor and I tend to not mess around with my prescribed dosages unless I consult the prescribing physician first. I called back later and guess what? He never updated my new dosage in their computers. Worst of all, with his loud, booming voice; he is near impossible to understand over the phone. He also likes to talk over you without you finishing your sentences. He has misdiagnosed my condition twice and a lesser man would have taken up a malpractice suit. Which I still may, dependent on my appointment with my new Neuro and how badly he may have messed up the transition between the two. I just got a call from their records department because they were missing both of my MRI's and one of the lumbar punctures he had ordered for me. Don't make my mistake; he is not to be trusted.
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