Laser Spine Institute Locations & Hours Near New Castle, PA - YP.com
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03/08/2017
By: Beth A.
Vucinich Dana MD
Made rude comments, did not order tests,barely felt thyroid. After I said I'd prefer non-synthetic drug, she decided I don't require any and told me how tribes were found with levels of 100 and 20 lb goiters. Dismissed me and told them schedule in 4 months! Never again!!!
11/22/2016
By: marklefleis
Dr. Hany Sadek Rezk, MD
He can be a know it all and condescending. Doesnt like to have actual conversation, just show what he knows, or thinks he knows about what you have going on. He sticks to protocols, typical medical Dr that loves to call it "medicine" (pills, tests and more pills) but not open to alternate medicine. Unfortunate that insurance companies support the pill pushing route, actually said my MRI or CT will be denied because I don't have recent records of taking pills. Wonder how US has a chronic drug problem, just deplorable.
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11/02/2015
By: Jen M.
Primary Health New Castle
The staff is awful.rude and inconsiderate. Mainly the front office staff. Wait time is ridiculous. Appointment was for 10 didn't get taken to room till 11. Now 11:15 still haven't seen dr yet
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09/22/2015
By: Kelley V.
Dr. Norberto Y Yumang, MD
Called with help with my sugar, it was high,and I'm new to this, the lady had me on hold for 20 mins, thought that was a little unprofessional of them but Dr yumang is great, just not the staff
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