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By: Pablo H.
Ravessoud, Fernando A, MD
He cut my nerve on a L5 S1 fusion and have suffered since. He showed no care or remorse after the fact. He was very unprofessional. I wouldn't recommend him to the birds.
By: G L.
Las Cruces Surgery Ctr
Surgery was good and medical staff was good. The billing dept. is less than adequate, they can not seem to get billing correct or get back to you in a timely manner. They must do this part time.
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By: Ame D.
Rio Grande Medical Group
I went in on 10/27. Paid my copay by debit, waited for an hour and a half, to only be told that the doctor was not in. She was still doing rounds. I wish someone called me an hour BEFORE my appointment to tell me the docs won't be available so we need to reschedule you. I came for a different state, the health care is HORRIBLE. I was told that I was not going to be charged, my copay was VOIDED on the receipt. I have been trying to get a hold of Billing since Monday. I think all the lil office girls just sit in the break room. I call AGAIN just pressing 1 to "Schedule an appointment". Amanda who answered the phone puts me on hold, comes back and says "Oh, I was able to find the gal in billing". Does the gal have major diarrhea?? Is her phone on DND? Was she just hanging out talking about her Mexican soap operas??? Cause she should've answered the phone. Amanda continues to tell me that the gal in Billing says there is no record that I paid a copay. I continue to tell her that's not true. I have a bank statement showing my copay taken out on 10/27. Amanda puts me on hold again, comes back to say I can bring in my statement or fax it in. Sorry....please raise your hand if you have a fax machine in your house, exactly. I tell Amanda, I have already taken time out of MY day to wait there to not be seen by the doctor, I have taken time out of MY day to call Billing that NEVER answers their phone, and now you guys want me to take more time out of MY day to drive down there and give you my bank statement. I informed Amanda at this point that they should be accommodating to ME right now after all this. She puts me on hold to look for this so called Office Manager. Irene is in a meeting, of course. Probably with the Billing gal watching soaps doing nails in the back.I hear that in New Mexico everything is MANANA. We are in America, MANANA, is not a thing. Especially when you are in the medical field. You must take care of all patients IMMEDIATELY.
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By: Mary F.
Robert C Woody MD Mph
Start with his staff , they were very friendly and could get me an apt with ease when I needed one. Then with three visits to him I found out why. he is very unprofessional in the sexual things he makes comments about, he also has one of his staff members that has no training and has to refer to a chart to do the eeg, She was very sweet but is not certified. The last ckup we went to my grandson didn't take his medication with him which was in his chart , we were told that he doesn't see people without their meds and it was a waste of our 5 hour trip, then told us that he would recommend to our primary care dr that my grandson see a psychiatrist.Would not recommend him to anyone even their dog which by the way he lets his dog have free reign of gis office
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By: Steven L.
Arthritis Treatment Specialists
I started having bad signs of arthritis in my fingers. My fingers and hands became hard to move. My doctor referred me to Dr. Michael. I came to his office and met with him and his Staff. Everyone was so professional. Dr. Michael is caring, attentive, and detailed. He has helped me and I am feeling great once again. Thank you Doctor! Keep up the great work!
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By: Judith W.
Williams, Llewelyn A, MD
Abrupt, cruel, only interest is weaning you off all pain meds. His suggestions would have forced me into a nursing home (muscle relaxants - when I do 20+ transfers in and out of my wheelchair daily!). Rude,never even introduced himself, no eye contact, sat with his back to me while telling me I would no longer be prescribed pain meds. I have scoliosis, stenosis, and psoriatic arthritis but I should pray and then I won't need pain meds. Now I keep meeting folk crying with pain. He has no suggestions for them except physical therapy which they are in too much pain to do. Bad doc.
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By: Kiki R.
MountainView Urgent Care at Walton
I took my son due to him having a high fever and a painful throat. The wait was short. They gave him a swab test for Strep, that was negative. Then suggested it might be Mono. They stated it would take 10 minutes before results. Nurse comes in checks his temp and then states she will bring in RX. I asked her if it was Mono because the Nurse Practitioner never came back in to let me know. The nurse said it was negative gave me RX. I asked what it could be, she just said it was an infection somewhere and send us off. No answers and no paperwork. My son had a rough night and I have no idea what is wrong with him. Needless to say I will take him to ER instead. I would not recommend.A concerned parent.
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By: Lisa M.
Javed Iqbal MD
Very rude and condescending. He does not care about his patients. He has treated my son for migraines prescribes him harsh drugs with bad side effects. I have had argruments with him about giving my son harsh drugs with bad side effects. He never actually does follow up exams on my son for migraines just wants to drug him up. Office staff is very rude and unhelpful when I needed to renew referral!!!
By: Dolores R.
Thomas V. Nattakome MD
Great staff..great care.great doctor. .
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By: Bobbie V.
Rio Grande Medical Group
MONEY DRIVEN - Doctor kept interrupting me, jumping to conclusions as a result, writing down "symptoms" that were not because of this. When I called him (Dr. Gross) out on his rudeness, he told me "I do not have time to listen to my patients. I have to get them in and out of here as quickly as possible."
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