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By: Debra W.
Dr. Diana Jean Hylton, MD
Love Her so much, she has been caring for me over the last 8 years and I haven't been disappointed yet, she's one of those doctor's who everyone needs and I thank god he sent her to me...
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By: Ivette J.
Bryan Thomas B MD
Very unhappy dr Bryan cut me off without reasons. Front office people veru unprofessional. They dismissed from his office without any explanations ans also he did to others patients thats used to go to his office. terrible place to be under CARE.����
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By: Melinda A.
Bryan Thomas B MD
This doctor is terrible the staff is rude and Dr Bryan will cut you off your pain meds with no notice and cut you off as a patient
By: Naomi C.
Jodhka, Felicia K, MD
Horrible experience. I would not recommend this doctor. Her staff is great. But the doctor ruins it.
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By: Jonathan R.
Robinson Richard MD
If you are looking for a professional surgeon, keep searching. Highly inappropriate in several ways. Terrible staff. They are not prompt in any way, shape, or form.
By: Cindy G.
Conrad Castellino MD
Will not go back. Doctor has limited hours now that there are no afternoon appointments so the waiting room is packed all morning. If you are Indian you get special treatment, you can go right in before everyone who has been waiting 1 1/2 hours. Doesn't matter if you are 85 years old or sleeping in waiting room because you are so sick. When i asked the receptionist about this I can't believe she said "they are his friends" Seriously?? Maybe he should open an "INDIAN ONLY" office. We walked out. Beware!
By: Kathi S.
Bryan Thomas B MD
This doctor and his staff are very rude. Doesn't care if he refills youe medications or not. Receptionist hangs up, then forwards the calls to answering machine. I'm not recommeding this dr. to anyone. He prescribes opiates, then lets you go thru DT's we have already had deaths in this family from dr.;s like him
By: cathyvs64
Golden Valley Health Centers
4 month waiting list..showed up the day of my appointment and the receptionist wanted to argue with me about the time of my appointment. I was not seen. I had a terrible abcess was in awful pain and they could care less...i wouldn't have my dogs teeth cleaned here
By: Ricky R.
Bryan Thomas B MD
Does not take the time to get to know you or your problems. Doesn't even check your vitals to make sure med is working right. Wouldn't recommend unless you just want to get a script.also would not care if he stops you cold turkey hes a quack beware.
By: ccofresi
Carter Donald P Md
I must compliment Dr. Carter and all of his staff. I had to see a specialist for chronic sinus infections and was referred to Dr. Carter. After a few visits it was determined to control my issues we should consider surgery. The option to have surgery was presented to me in sensitive light and I was given every opportunity to try other methods if I was not sure. I decided to go ahead with the procedure. During recovery I was still experiencing what I thought was sinus headaches. Dr. Carter was amazing with working on what the cause would be. I was seen 2 months longer than a regular patient would have to and he was adamant about finding a reason AND solution to this matter. He contacted my regular physician directly to work on possible reasons, continued to exam me and give me alternatives to prescription medications (which I dont like to take). When all was said and done after dissecting my issues with Dr. Carter it is now a matter of hormone issues that may have been a part of my headaches for years on top of the allergies I had! Dr. Carter is one of the most patient, caring and concerned physicians I have come to know, and I work at a hospital full of them! I would recommend him and his entire staff for anyone experiencing ENT issues or concerns.
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  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
  • Positron emission tomography (PET).
  • Interventional radiology: Using specialized imaging techniques to assist with surgery, either immediately before or in the process of a surgical procedure.

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