Jewish Hospital in Jupiter, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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06/09/2015
By: Melinda A.
Orlon Vere Carr III MD PA
Disappointed I loved going to Dr. Carr's office. always polite and seemed to always know what to do with all my ailments. I had a car accident and as soon as he found out he dropped me like a hot potatoe and told me I had to find a new doctor he wanted nothing to do with car accidents. I wasn't even seeing him for the car accident just my regular problems. Too bad will still say he is a good doctor just too bad he lost a good patient.
04/03/2017
By: Caren B.
Sawh, Sean L, MD
Wonderful man! He took my husband right away when we had a need to see a urologist and did the operation the next week. Very patient, knowledgeable and great surgeon. Would recommend him highly. The office staff is awesome, too! We saw him at office on AIA, so I believe he has moved since this was posted.
09/05/2016
By: Eric B.
Epter, Jack L
I travel from Dallas to see Dr Jack.He IS that GOOD.New York grad, not some Parker or Palmer weasel.Invests in the best equipment like flexion table, bioset etc.Was taught,"If your chiropractor can't fix the problem in 10 minutes, then he doesnt know what the hell he is doing." Exactly! Simply Genius!
08/10/2012
By: george.oremland
Dr. Ronald Stuart Zelnick, MD
Dr. Ronald Zelnickis is very good. My wife and I have used him for years and are very satisfied. Our last visit was for removal of a sq. cancer found by our dermatologist. He got her in immediately and removed the area. He is very accommodating and through.
12/17/2012
By: marissa1967
Comfort Keepers Home Care
We found Comfort Keepers very reliable and really went beyond what we expected when we asked them to look after my Mom.Debbie is really friendly and treats Mom like her own. It gives me peace of mind when I can not be there every day.Trustworthy and caring.
09/06/2012
By: tunesmith
Raju Mangrola Medical
I found Dr, Mangrola to be very insightful and able to get right to the point on many issues. You can tell he is very knowledgeable and has the expertise and experience to offer the right solutions for me. I highly recommend him.
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05/23/2015
By: Deb M.
Dr. Ana A Carr, MD
My husband had pain in his shoulder and several doctors told him different reasons for the pain. Only Dr A Carr diagnosed it properly. She knew right away what was wrong and he got the help he needed. She was amazing!
10/10/2014
By: Angy C.
Dr. Ana A Carr, MD
Office added me at the last minute on a friday as new patient, saw Dr. Ana Lisa Carr within 15 minutes - she was great - very personable and had a great sense of humor. I would definitely go back to this office.
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02/08/2017
By: Mike S.
Schnell, Steven L MD
Very capable.Brought in my 95 yr mom for shingles around eye..knowledge,professional and compassionate ..straight shooter
12/20/2012
By: ericrupard139
Physiocare
Professional courteous staff, well organized, very clean facility, new equipment.
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