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By: Christine D.
Northern Arizona Medical Group
Very bad service, won't return your calls and are not concerned about your medications or your health care.
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By: Elsie G.
Northern Arizona Medical Group
If you enjoy incompetence this IS emphasis IS the place to be. Northern Arizona Medical Group had numerous physicians leave in a week. The staff has a PARTY reputation. Good luck getting phone calls returned in less than a month.
By: Daisy S.
Kelly II, Charles E, MD
Best doctor and staff, I had three colonoscpy before, the forth is with Dr.kelly, the best I ever have. Will recommend this clinic to everyone.
By: Mary C.
Kelly II, Charles E, MD
Dr Kelly is a good doctor and seems very thorough. Generally speaking his office staff was very nice and considerate except for the office manager. She was sharp and abrupt. Her area at the front desk was a real mess and not very organized. My experience with her was very contrary. She did not like questions or queries about procedure. The doctor was great. He was a great listener and did all he could to help you in a rough situation; but Michele made the experience unsatisfactory.
By: Janet C.
Dr. Belal B Sharaf, MD
Today would have been my second visit in a year. Needed prescriptions renewed. One I take can't just be stopped suddenly. Made an appointment with 10 day wait, office called night before and canceled. Called next business day to reschedule. Waited another 4 days for appt. Signed in at appt time, was told I was "not in the system." Very rude, no apologies, snotty attitude, did not get prescription refilled. TERRIBLE patient service!
By: Elaine B.
James Gonzales MD
He's a very good doctor, very professional..I would go to him again if I had another problem.
By: B.j. A.
Malish, Haven, MD
Dr. Malish is a very thorough doctor. He was careful and concerned. He took care to famiarize himself with my case and history. He was new in the Pulmonary group I go, to which has 3 other good doctors as well. I am very picky when it comes to my medical care and I would confidently recommend Dr. Malish to family or friends.
By: rwp.peacock.3
Capriles, Eric E, MD
I had been sick for over 2 years, and my local docs couldnt figure out what was wrong with me. Deathly ill, losing a LOT of weight, and getting worse everyday. I went from 185lbs to 138lbs. I changed doctors, and my new doc referred me to Dr. Capriles. 15 minutes into the appt, he diagnosed me with a bad gallbladder. A week later, got me in for emergency surgery, and removed it. that was august 8th, and since Ive gained 6 lbs since and I feel GREAT. Surgery was painful, but def worth it. He and his team saved my life. Thanks Doctor Capriles. RWP.
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By: rickjob
Dr. Belal B Sharaf, MD
First time and will be last time there. I have chronic high blood pressure and they would not refill prescription That the ER gave me because my blood pressure looked good that day. Paid the amount in full for visit and now being billed for more money.
By: Shaniece n mikey H.
Dr. Jose L Gochoco, DO
you ate so far the best all around doctor. you treat people kind and you are know very well and thank to Bobby a family friend:-D
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