Gi Associates in Milwaukee, WI with Reviews - YP.com

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01/08/2015
By: Kayla S.
Conti Carolina G
I would absolutely recommend Dr. Conti to anyone. She made me feel understood, safe, well cared for, and she gave me the sense that everything is going to be okay. She is very kind and knowledgeable on almost everything. The waiting room is small and a bit stuffy and sometimes the wait times can be a bit long, but good things in life are worth waiting for, and this doctor is one of those good things. I hadn't seen a doctor or had health insurance in years and years. So when I finally got insurance, I randomly picked Conti....and I'm glad I did. Most people have to see a few docs til they find the right one. Sometimes you find the right one right away, and I'm glad I did. I feel so much better today then I felt a year ago. Thanks Dr. Conti!
09/08/2017
By: Jill W.
Handler, Ethan B
Dr. Handler's office has been wonderful to work with. They are interested in getting to the root cause of your issues and developing a plan to resolve them. The PA's are knowledgeable and transitions between them and Dr. Handler are seamless. The office staff is professional and friendly. They are excellent when it comes to returning phone calls and passing messages along to the care team. On the off occasion that a mistake happens, which happened to me once, the office as a whole was quick to respond to the issue and did everything they could to make it right. I would highly recommend Dr. Handler's office.
12/05/2012
By: mary.kasal
Dr. Dennis P Miller, MD
If you are looking for a doctor that actually listens to you, does not make you feel like you need to "kiss the ring" in order to get care then Dr. MIller is the Doctor for you. He is kind, caring, and most of all he does not interrupt you when talking. He does not feel like he is rushed and you better hurry up and finish up with whatever you are seeing him for that day. Dr. MIller is DA BOMB!!!!! I wish I could clone him, he is really that good ladies, no joke, he is really the best doctor I have ever had the pleasure to see.
02/25/2017
By: Jonathan F.
Handler, Ethan B
Thus far I have been here twice. The overall character of both the environment that is created by the staff fully absorbs you into a comfortable space that accepts your presence while helping you find an accurate and quick recovery getting you back to the best you! By what they have genuinely institutioned on an easily accessible platform of empowering growth that anyone can use consistently.
11/02/2015
By: Clyde C.
Lubsey Medical Center
Dr. V. Lubsey, an excellent doctor, was my primary for 15+ years. Since he has passed on the office looks nice but the service has really gone down. You usually had to always wait at least forty minutes to see someone. On my recent visit to another doc in the office the wait time was an hour. Great doctors are hard to find. I will be seeking a new physician. RIP, Dr. Lubsey.
06/05/2014
By: Kathy K.
Lakeshore Medical Clinic
I see Dr. Goodman and the review below is so wrong. I did not have insurance for a while and he waived my office visits. I now have Medicare and supplemental insurance but he never talked about how I was going to pay him. That was not at the top of his mind. My foot ulcers were his concern and made sure they did not get infected.
03/02/2015
By: Steven S.
Minou Azimi MD
Dr. Azimi listens carefully and used common sense to evaluate my issues. She did not right away suggests too many tests.I liked the way she asked questions, listened carefully to my answers and then suggested treatment. These days, too often, doctors want to do CYA tests and give us medicines.She was very careful and understanding.
08/19/2017
By: Radames G.
Handler, Ethan B
I am welcomed and valued when I attend this clinic. The staff including doctors, nurses, and receptionist pay attention to details and are always helpful. I appreciate the customer service. The doctor's expertise is noticeable and the recommendations are great. It is good to know there are many options for my sleep apnea.
09/19/2017
By: Joe F.
Handler, Ethan B
I was unaware of the possible limitations of the balloon sinuplasty procedure in terms of the doctor not being able to fully get both sides all the way open because I opted for local anesthesia. Had I known the going all the way under would have guaranteed both passages being fully open, I may have selected that.
03/20/2013
By: lovinglife1234
Lubsey Medical Center
Great clinic with great, reasonable prices. Doctors care for the patients and the community! I would recommend it to all my friends and family. Both my husband and I are patients. Plus, all the specialists that come there is an added bonus. It makes it really convenient.
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