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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.
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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
By: Rosario L.
K Adam Lee MD
This was the absolute most disgusting and unprofessional doctor we have ever visited. He will lure you in with false charm but it is all a rouse. He will assure you that you are ready for surgery despite what any other doctor will tell you. He will sell you on the fact that he is only out for your best interest and that his knowledge supersedes any other opinion you may receive. The fact that after the surgery, I was in the hospital for two weeks and he never came by to do any form of check up, made my family upset. When we found out that he was billing the insurance company for daily visits, that made us even more upset. But the final straw was when we finally were able to see Dr. Lee, he acted like we were complete strangers and that we were worthless to him since the procedure had been completed and we were no longer of financial value to him. I would rather live in pain, or even pass away in complete agony, than to have this man provide me with any medical care. I can only hope that this review will serve as a deterrent for even one person. I assure you that I am providing you with better medical advice by steering you away from him.
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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.
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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!
By: Joyce C.
Dr. Ronald Stuart Zelnick, MD
Saw Dr. Zelnick about an intestinal abnormality. He immediately recommended removing that part of intestine. I got a second opinion. That Doctor told me not to worry about it. Just to watch for change. Ten years later and it has not changed or caused me any problem. And I still have had no part of my intestine removed. I don't have confidence in Dr. Zelnick!
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.
By: Florida C.
Driftwood Family Practice
This office is unfriendly and unwilling to answer the phone. Save yourself the hassle of having a doctor who just considers you one of the masses. Find a doctor who cares about your well-being and takes the time to speak with you. I do not recommend these doctors.
By: tunesmith
Raju MD Mangrola PA
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.
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.
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