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By: Kathy L.
Patel, Laxeshkumar, MD
This Dr, as well as Howard Regional Health, was a complete waste of time and money. Went there for treatment of anxiety and PTSD that Ive had for quite some time after not liking my dr''s replacement after his retirement. After mandatory initial assessment and 3 therapy sessions needed before you can speak to the Dr I finally met him approx 2 months later. He's a complete idiot that pushes long term/daily drugs not wanted and constant /continual therapy that has not done a bit of good for me in the past other than when going through tramatic events that I've had in my life. I have never seen a Dr seem so ignorant in my life. I spent many years being a geanni pig with trial med before finding my last, very experienced Dr who helped me a lot without cramming daily med down my throat. That Dr helped me through 2 traumatic immediate family losses, and the worst days of my life. Dr Patel bece angry and kicked me out of his office when I said I didn't want to try something new. He said I need to see a neurologist if I want help with my anxiety (which I have decided to try). But, what is a psychiatrist for then??? Also, he English is very broken and hard to understand. I do not see how he is a Dr at all.
By: Rebecca H.
Swindler, Shaun F MD
I saw him after I had an accident that I got a fractured eye socket. Dr. Swindler was very polite and professional. He checked me over very good as to check my lens from cataract surgeries.
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By: Ann R.
Dr. Josephine K Lilla, MD
I absolutely LOVE Dr. Lilla, she is an awesome Dr. with a great bedside manor. She is very kind, caring, and really listens to you. She Makes sure your questions are answered, and in such a way in which you can understand. I refer any and everyone that I know doesn't have a Family Dr to her!!!
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By: Robin V.
Dr. Josephine K Lilla, MD
A very sweet and understanding doctor ..Really cares and listens to what you say and is on top off the kids health doesn't make you feel belittled talks as a mother to your child and talks mom to mom just adore her I do recommend her 100% 5 stars for sure,,,,
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By: Annette J.
Indiana Spine Group
Great location, right by the hospital. The Dr's are great & very good at explaining things. The staff is wonderful about making sure you're comfortable & taking care your privacy is maintained. Good people!
By: Catie B.
Saint Vincent Immediate Care
We had to drive from Peru twice because Med One screwed up my wife's test and did the wrong test. St. Vincent should Reem burse for gas mileage. Not only did they screw that up but when we arrive it takes two or three hours to be seen. Then they called people that arrived after her before her. I would never recommend this place to anyone. Ugh!
By: Greg G.
Community Howard Regional Health
I already filled this out with complete info about the ineffectiveness of Dr. Klim.
By: pat.kiley1
Dr. Josephine K Lilla, MD
very good doctor. she makes sure all your needs are taken care of. makes sure all your bloodwork, tests, xrays etc are done if needed. Also very sweet& talks to you so you can understand her, unlike alot of docs using words lots of us so not understand. She'sgreat&I would def recommend her to a family member or friend. for sure a 5 star doctor.
By: refuah.melchizedek
Robert Kinsey MD
This "doctor" shouldn't be allowed to continue butchering patients only to elude charges by way of dirty politics. If not for other dirty doctors covering up for him he'd be in incarcerated for mal practice.
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