Prohealth Physicians in Manchester, CT with Reviews - YP.com

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09/10/2015
By: Cynthia A.
Manchester Memorial Hospital - Emergency Department
My husband woke up to a high grade fever, chills and lower abdominal cramping. The walk in clinic we went to, recommended we go to the hospital. My husband stayed at this hospital previously and had a bad experience, which turned out to be our doctor, not the hospital. We were seen immediately. The nurses and the PA were wonderful. The doctor was very nice. They did a cat scan which turned out to be what they suspected- diverticulitis. They administered pain medicine and prescribed antibiotics. My husband was admitted and discharged within 4 hours, which was wonderful. i would go back to this hospital again, if needed.
08/15/2014
By: Sone T.
Manchester Memorial Hospital - Emergency Department
NURSE Norma 3rd floor shift 3000 wings. The most un thoughtful worst nurse and doesn't care about family or patients. She forced me out of visiting cause I wanted to stay over night with my fiance before her surgery. She said it wasn't part of the deal. Like really? Everything was good until one nurse messes it up for the whole hospital. She is a poor image as a nurse and bad reflection on the practice and hospital. Smh
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07/10/2017
By: kelliente
Veltri Daniel M MD
Great surgeon but expect to keep waiting up to two hours for any "scheduled" appointment. I value my time but this is ridiculous. Every time, never fails. And the receptionist needs to be retrained. She is rude and can never seen to handle appointments, paperwork insurance etc. Nothing is not an easy transition
01/15/2014
By: mytakeonit
Veltri Daniel M MD
Dr. Veltri was good...fast but good and thorough. Mary, who answers the phone" was not not nice. She was condescending, unsympathetic, and just rude. She should not be in this line of work.
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08/13/2017
By: mrsmamalisa
Dr. Laurinda L Santos, MD
Had Dr Santos for a Dr for many yrs and never done Me wrong her treatments has always made me better and she always had a shoulder to lean on she is the best Dr. I ever had.
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02/18/2015
By: chad.canada.1
Charles Delacuadra DO
great medical family doctor. Excellent staff, though charges are rather high for a visit.
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