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09/24/2014
By: Karen B.
Sidney J Smith Md
He's done a great job with me...I don't smoke, eat right, exercise and have been happy with him as my doctor for 20 years!
09/04/2014
By: Jamie L.
Dr. Kianoush Khaghany, MD
The office was very unproffesional and rude , the eyerilling and whispers i could here as i was in the restroom and yes about me and my potentional of being pregnant, then the awkard rude stares as i exited the restroom and then leaving ,im beside mysrlf how pathetic and unprofessional this office staff is and Dr khagnany very rude acting as if mad that i refuse a form of birth control ,um some of us dont believe in that ,i would never go to this place ever for anything
08/28/2014
By: Noel O.
James Miller DO
Very distrustful, dishonest. I had to have a form required by my insurance to ensure that my insurance wouldn't laps. They kept lying to me saying this form was faxed. Had to eventually drive over there and watch them physically place the paper in the fax machine. Shouldn't have come to this. You should be able to trust these people to do this. Dr. Miller is also an untrustworthy person too. He will not listen, only hears himself talk. All and all this place sucks.
05/30/2014
By: Renee M.
Sidney J Smith Md
If I could give Dr. Smith less than one star, I would. I had a gynecology appointment with Dr. Smith to discuss a surgical procedure. Dr. Smith spent most of the appointment lecturing me about my cigarette smoking. It cost me a $40 co-pay and he never did schedule my surgery. If I wanted a lecture about my smoking, I would not have had to pay $40 to hear it. I could have just called my mother.
04/28/2014
By: tn.hamilton
Snider Mark MD
He is nice to everyone. His staff can be okay. They can act very rude as well. I need to see a doctor on a regular basis which gradually is getting more and more difficult. He keeps lessening is hours more and more which makes it hard to get an appointment.
03/27/2013
By: lunapiercondos
Mercy Memorial Hospital
Great doctor, if he doesnt know the answer or feels you need to see a specialist .....he sends you. Good communication with doctor........and he speaks english! As far as the office people go, they sometimes can be rude ...which is unfortunate. They also answer the phones like they are robots.
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01/22/2013
By: deb.sebastian.5
Dr. Kurt M Roecker, DO
After waiting over a week for and appointment, my son who is very sick went and was turned away, you see our power was out, temperature is 1 above and yes he was late,did I mention he is very sick, the tests from the hospital had been sent to Roeckers office we never have received a call or anything. So we still don't know Thanks Doctor Roecker
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