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By: Latonia S.
Wilson J Nathan MD
Great group of professionals who seemed to care about the patients. Sometime the wait would be a little long, but the lounge was comfortable.
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By: Frankie J.
A Cabrera Leopoldo MD
I love taking my boys to Dr. Cabrera's office. He is very good at taking care of the boys when their sick or need their daily medications. I recommend him to everyone
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By: Lee w P.
DR Jeffrey W Hannel MD
This man is an awesome guy whom God has given an extraordinary gift. Not only he he my doctor but my friend.
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By: Lee w P.
Hirsch, Benjamin A, MD
He is one heck of a great doctor and wonderful guy that helped me. He and Dr Ranganoth, my other cardiologist take the time with you to show you step by step exactly what needs to be done and after the procedure, what was done. Awesome men, both salt of the earth good guys!!!
By: A J.
Living Well Express Care
I have had nothing but good experiences at this clinic. If I could choose the main doctor there as my primary care I would do it in a minute and his assistant is especially nice. In my 70s with a lot of sinus/asthma problems.
By: Nancy P.
Pershall Kim E MD FACS
I have been seeing this physician for about 10 years for allergies and sinus issues. I have had great care, and my allergies are so much better since on allergy injections. I have followed his instructions, and continued to get better.
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By: 13abygirl
Felton, Jason, MD
This doctor messed up my husband! And he's not the only one! My husband had surgery on his back and since April, is still experiencing very much pain! He's tried to go back to see Dr. Felton and was unaware of the paperwork they presented him with to sign after surgery, to be released of his care. So what is my hubby to do, now without insurance and has to deal with pain all his life! Screw this surgeon! I seriously wouldn't recommend him to anyone, not even my worst enemy!
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By: apwalkers
Patel Arun D
BEWARE! This doctor took $450 from my daughter in pre-payment for an appointment. My daughter was ill the night before the appointment and called at 4 am leaving a message canceling her appointment. They told her when she called to reschedule that it would be a $250 rescheduling fee. My daughter declined to reschedule and asked for her $450 back assuming that she would have to pay a $30-$40 fee for not canceling the appointment within 24 hours. They refused to give her money back. BEWARE!!
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By: Myrna P.
Covenant Healthplus
Excellent doctors! BUT the receptionists and some of the nurses need MAJOR TRAINING on customer care! Awful experiences, almost every time!
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By: Marie T.
Vasandani Jitendra
This office used to be quick but now they are consistently behind. I really like the way he is as a professional but overbooked all the time. I was going to be worked in today at 1:30p so I got here at noon hoping to get worked in earlier instead it is now 3:00 pm and I have yet to be seen. It is just a shame. I have been here for three hours and an hour an half past my appointment time and still going. That is ridiculous.
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