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07/11/2017
By: ima_gooder
Jean-Felert Cadet, MD MPH
I am picky when it comes to doctors. I have been seeing Dr. CADET for years now. He has always been up front, easy to talk to, and a great doctor.
01/01/2017
By: Veronica V.
Anthony Trott MD
I did thorough research and found that there is negative information against him through the Florida Department of Health for inappropriate contact with patients. Please beware and look elsewhere for a physician. Also, reading previous reviews posted on various other sites I read that he claims to be a Harvard graduate, which is not true (which can be independently verified) adding fodder to his lack of integrity and character that others have posted. I highly recommend you contact the Florida Department of Health Investigative Services for further information. Please consider another physician.
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10/15/2016
By: Adriana G.
Island Doctors
Looking for a job in your place because of the good things I heard about you. I am a social worker with a lot of experience in my family and community outreach is just one of my best skill. Please give a chance. My phone # is 3526345179. My name is Adriana and I live in the area. Thanks
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09/30/2016
By: Cindy S.
Gonzalez, Edwin, MD
I highly recommend this surgeon. I had no complications with my Thyroid surgery. And his Office Staff, were very helpful & Professional.
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08/23/2016
By: Doreen W.
Jean-Felert Cadet, MD MPH
My mother went to Dr Cadet for years before I went to him, and I have been going now for 6+ years. I have always found him to be professional and courteous. Doesn't rush thru the exam, and listens to what you say. My bro now goes to him and my bff too. I highly recommend him to everyone.
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03/03/2015
By: Patricia T.
Jean-Felert Cadet, MD MPH
I would leave less than one star if it were possible. Dr. Cadet does not follow up on lab results; states in the record that he has given Rx refills that were not provided, and, in short, is one of the worst doctors I have seen in my lifetime. Not only that, you will wait between 1-1/2 hours to 3 hours to avail yourself of this substandard care.
02/04/2015
By: Michael A.
Dr. Marie Raime, MD
Don't always do follow ups
12/24/2014
By: Patty H.
Jean-Felert Cadet, MD MPH
husband went in for sight problems..came out with diabetic meds. eye problems got worse..he stopped meds. and with time eyes got better. NEVER SHOULD HAVE GIVEN DIABETIC MEDS WITHOUT TESTING DONE PRIOR.,He needs to pray to God nothing happened or we would be in court. too fast to write scripts.
10/09/2013
By: maccorgi
Dr. Miguel Jose Tepedino, MD
What an outstanding doctor with a warm and caring staff. If I could give him I higher rating I would.
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