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  • 1.Contin-U-Care Adult Day Health Care Center

    315 N Broad St

    New Orleans,LA

    1.14 mi

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10/29/2017
By: Kevin M.
Dery, Markalain, MD
Marklalain der was my dr for years. Steadily increased opiates to dangerous levels. Treated my wife with opiates as well. She died of prescription drug overdose, Multiple Drug Toxicity. This person had her on methadone, morphine, percocets and MORE AT THE SAME TIME. As far a being a good dr, he is a superb self promoter. Carried a prescription pad in his pocket at all times. Extremely manipulative. Do not use this dr if you want to live. Currently has 2 medical malpractice claims against him as a result of his "care" of myself and my deceased wfe.
08/30/2017
By: David J.
Yuratich, Paul MD
Take your life at your own risk, by seeing this QUACK!!! My Mother had fluid in her stomach from Ovarian Cancer. She saw Paul Yuratich once a week, for 6 months straight. He did NOT care!!! All he did was joke around!!! And show us pics of him and his weird friends on his laptop-computer! He NEVER examined her!!! I would literally BEG him to!!! But she develped fluid again after 6 months, that killed her! It could have been drained and she would have lived!!! But just only 3-weeks before she passed away, she saw him , and he said she never had any fluid! BUT she was FILLED WITH IT!!! Basically he does NOT CARE!!! So take this warning folks! This guy is a total NUTJOB and QUACK!!! My Mom NEVER liked him at all. She ALWAYS said he is WEIRD and a QUACK!!! So please be careful with this " So-Called " doctor!!! I dont know what his angle was, but I partially blame him for my sweet Mother's death!!! He he would have truly CARED and sent her immediately to have her fluid drained, I TRULY believe she would be alive today!!! What I am saying is the LORD's TRUTH! This is a TRUE STORY!!! And you know what Paul Yuratich? You can sue me for slander all you want! Because it is ON RECORD THE TRUTH!!! I am poor anyway. What will you get? My life? Like my sweet mother's life?
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03/08/2017
By: Cristalle P.
In & Out Urgent Care - Uptown/New Orleans
Better than trying to get an appointment with ochsner! Very capable staff. Able to diagnose flu, strep, etc FAST! Great for physicals too.
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09/19/2016
By: Jada G.
Divine Inspirational Personal Care Services Inc
The people in the building are RUDE. Literally some of the worse people I've come into contact with. You walk in and speak they mumble often they don't even speak back they just ask what you need in the most ghetto way possible. I've been in there multiple times. The main 2 ladies that are always in there lack professionalism. They are always eating or smacking on gum. They don't even dress profession. Just please choose another place this one was terrible.
04/18/2016
By: Jon S.
Wormuth, Christopher, MD
Christopher Wormuth MDA doctor that does not listen to his patient is a doctor that does not take care of his patient. I had two visits with Christopher Wormuth MD and both times he exhibited absolutely no compassion with the theme of he is in charge. He cared nothing for me as a patient. The only consideration seemed to be what he had read on the chart for my visit and how fast he could get me out of there. This is a man who cares nothing for the people he treats. He clearly did not want to listen to my medical concerns. He simply wanted to take care of what was on the chart in order to shuffle me out as soon as possible and he did not even get everything on the chart. He told me the only cancer test was a colonoscopy. Does he not know what a CT scan is for? Other than the cancer tests, how much more was lies and were the tests performed? I made several attempts to contact a dept head regarding this matter. Oschner’s policy is painfully clear, patients should be seen and not heard.
04/17/2016
By: David J.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola
Awesome Dr. actually listens to patients accommodates them with the utmost respect.I was involved in an accident years ago and was injured severely.I pride myself on trying not live on government asst.so I new if i was going to provide for my family i was going to have to go back to my job in constr. which is a lot of stress on the body especially after having disc fused and 4 blown in the back.they wanted to do surgery but refused just from the horrors of others having them and still having prob.with the fushin in neck.i would have to rely on pain meds to actually earn a living,the thing is where you go people look at you with the addict not here.The staff here are great they understand what you go through and help you keep your self respect.they make you feel like a person that can provide for your family.To everyone at the clinic to the Dr. that makes you feel at ease, and to the staff that helps you get back and keep your self respect. from the bottom of my heart i thank you.
04/13/2016
By: Abbey G.
In & Out Urgent Care - Uptown/New Orleans
The employees of In and Out Urgent Care are so kind and friendly. The facility is nice and clean with good entertainment such as magazines and tv. The nurses and nurse practitioners were helpful and caring.
04/13/2016
By: Ginger G.
In & Out Urgent Care - Uptown/New Orleans
So pleased with this facility. Very professional staff, clean environment. They got my daughter in quickly and followed up with her to check on her.
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03/22/2016
By: Dawn L.
Deputy, Stephen MD
Rude, unprofessional, awful bedside manner, interrupted me the entire time. Insulted his other colleagues/and referring physician. Did not address issue. Waist of time. Not recommended
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02/04/2016
By: Jerrilyn Y.
Jefferson Community Healthcare Center
I just received a call today from Jefferson community Health Care Center. Donna the receptionist wanted to know why I didn't follow up at the E.R. they referred me to during my visit. Again, I informed them at the visit that I could not afford that. I asked Dr. Dumas if he could just treat me for the symptoms that he obviously saw I had and he refused because I was in such bad shape that I "needed" to go to the E.R. If I was in such bad shape, why did they not dial 911? If I was so bad that I needed a trip to the emergency room, why are they calling to check up on me now (weeks later)? I found a doctor that would listen to me first because none of these 9 month course, "certificate and erry thang" medical professionals heard me when I said, " I am only 42 years old, I've never taken a drug a day in my life, I don't smoke cigarettes, I don't come from a history of heart problems, I've been healthy all my life!
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