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By: Bob S.
Advanced Retina Institute
In 2014, my eye Dr discovered I had a macular hole and I needed surgery, fast, to prevent further damage.Dr. Chandran was recommendedWithin 7 days I was being operated on.Dr. Chandran explained in the first appointment what was going on with my eyes and assured me if I followed his instructions, I would be OK.From the very first appointment to now, 3 years later, I am a very satisfied patient and would recommend him to care for your advanced eye care.Bob STurlock, CA
By: jack57
Aruna Rao MD
This doctors is so bad that I did not even get my prescription for three months. She would not send the authorization to the insurance company to get my medication. The office personnel makes every excuse in the book not to do the job.
By: keri60
Advanced Retina Institute
I am writing in regards to my Step-Father, Bob Yohanan's care, provided by Dr. Chandran. Dr Chandran's diagnosis, procedure, and after care, was wonderful in everyway. I personally want to thank you, Dr. Chandran, for your serious attention, and consideration applied, in giving my Dad the best eye care possible, to avoid damage or riskThank You!Keri Costner
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By: Tracy L.
Lorenzo O Aguilar MD
a couple months ago i got a referral to do tests to determine if i have carpal tunnel. when i got the letter of approval i calked the office to make the appointment for the test, arrived at appointment and the office hasnt heard anything regarding the approval so i attended that appt as a consult instead of the testing, wasted appointment as i told them I had a letter of approval for the actual tests. Set up another appointment or the tests for today, at 9:30 am. i have since received another approval letter for the same tests as the first approval letter just a different date, neither have expired so im wondering why the second approval letter was needed. in addition to the nonsense appt, and extra wait for this appt, i have yet to even be called into a room. i asked at 10:00 am how much longer the wait will be and was told, "any minute".but let me be late for an appt, i wouldnt be seen.
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By: Erie H.
Williams, Michael
Dr Williams is the best doctor you could ask for. He's upfront and explain everything you ask thoroughly.
By: Ariana A.
UCSF Pediatric Cardiology
I love this UCSF satellite office! The staff is awesome and the cardiologists are amazing! So happy my son is in such good hands!
By: lisa.c.gonzales.9
UCSF Pediatric Cardiology
Worst staff ever. Very rude. Not helpful at all. Horrible with children
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By: Christine a P.
John L Warwick MD
A wonderful doctor. I switched to him because my previous doctor did not take the time I needed. I was recommended to Dr. Warwick by an employee at my neurologists office. I couldn't ask for a better doctor. Kind, caring and always there for you.
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By: Jeannie C.
De Paz, Jordan, MD
Dr. Jordan DePaz is by far the best Dr. I've had. He is not only honest and listens but he is personable and talks with you not as a patient but as a human! He also gives you diffent options
By: H H.
Bassi, Ricky, MD
This doctor is full of herself and VERY rude. Will try her one more time or find another. Was EXTREMELY rude to my husband to the point contacted medical review board.
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