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03/10/2017
By: Terra L.
Genesis Family Practice
Everyone at the front desk is rude, when you call they never answer the phone and if you leave a voice mail they don't return the call. i had to pay to have paper work filled out, they filled it out and faxed it to where I requested when it wasn't legiable. Then I was requesting medical records and they have sent the incorrect forms numerous times even after I've called numerous times leaving voice mails and requesting that the correct one be faxed and make sure it's received. One of the times I asked to have a call as soon as the documents were sent again, and I never received the call letting me know. If it wasn't for the one female doctor there I would have left that office already. Horrible!
12/07/2016
By: Harry C.
Anthony Joseph MD
Dr Joseph has been my PC for several years, and in all the years of illness, and many unethical Dr's, he is the best by far. For ten years I had an incurable, serious disorder that left me desperate for help. ALL of the neurologists and PC's I saw promised help but only took the money and gave no help at all. Dr Joseph is ethical, understanding, and has not been infected with the huge ego so many others have. He will listen to your problem, and help without wasting your time and money if he can. Don't waste his. His office runs like a Swiss clock, no long waits, his courteous and helpful staff are the best I've been to..I'm 64, and have been to many, many around the country. Simply put, if you need a primary care Dr in this region of Florida, Dr Antony P. Joseph is the best you will find.Dave
11/04/2016
By: Nise G.
Genesis Family Practice
Parking is not adequate not enough spaces. At first everyone seems truly friendly but don't bother asking more than one question because then they act as though there doing you a favor by treating you. The do as I say and don't question why i'm giving you this medicine is not proper behavior. Ask your pharmacist how to take it and what not to combine with other medicine is not the response I expect from a highly educated person that calls himself a doctor. I most certainly don't expect a Doctor to display a temper tantrum in front of a client nor his student in training not very professional. If you only want to give a client 10 minutes of service then express to them how much time is allocated to them and don't spend that time joking and training others or maybe just don't train new soon to be Doctors if you don't have the patience for it. Very sad about this because Dr. was highly recommended. How ever he needs an attitude adjustment.
10/28/2016
By: Michael B.
Anayas, Marcelo R, MD
Staff seemed okay. Had appointment and still waited 2 hrs. Finally seen Doctor sneak in back door. I seen him at his other office and thought he was a little disrespectful but let it slide. Today at my appointment he really showed his true colors. First of all he is disrespectful the way he speaks to patients plus he pretty much yelled at me for not filling out my Blood pressure chart even though I just got the chart today. He would say in his disrespectful tone " you have to fill that out man you have to fill that out" and I simply said I just received it today how could it be filled out. His remarks were why are you arguing with me ? I laughed and said I'm not arguing with you. He than told me to let him finish his notes and told me to wait outside. I couldn't believe it didn't even ask me how I was feeling which I was hoping to get antibiotics for this upper respiratory infection I have currently but was unable to tell him about. Due to the fact he did nothing but type on his computer and tell me I was arguing with him than kicked me out. Unbelievable never have I had a doctor speak to me that type of way. I would not refer my worst enemy to him and I'm now gonna look for another doctor for sure. That's all
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08/26/2016
By: Victor T.
Crisanto, Manuel MD
Terrible doctor that doesn't hesitate to lie straight in your face. The staff are friendly enough, but the doctor is not someone you should entrust your health to. He told my mom who is a 10-yr vegan that she has high cholesterol, 245, after seeing her last blood test results. Doubtful of this, I requested the lab results from the blood test office. It was a TSH, thyroid test, which showed her levels were perfectly normal. Where the heck did he get her cholesterol levels from?
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11/26/2015
By: Harry C.
Anthony Joseph MD
UPDATE: I have seen Dr Joseph for six years, and have given him great reviews in the past. I have been on Permanent Disability for eight years, from incurable injuries, 3 breaks in my leg, knee damage, arthritis in knees and spine, herniated disc, frozen shoulder, both sides, and acute gastritis and hepatitis with cirrhosis, and can't take NSAIDs. When my tolerance to hydrocodone/acetaminophen reached the point of constant pain with no relief, I asked to be given what I was on in Arizona, extended release morphine, according to hepatologist, the safest and most effective medication for people with liver disease, he flatly refused and said he does NOT prescribe morphine EVER. Instead he suggested ultram, a medication that has strict warning against use with liver disorders, had I not known this and taken the pills, it would have finished off my liver, and caused my death. After explaining that to him, he gave me the Fyntanal patch, a totally infective dose that the NIH showed pictures of needing 20 at once to be as effective as morphine, a polite way of saying it is useless for severe, chronic pain. His lack of knowledge of pharmacology is dangerous. Bottom line, if you only have minor problems, he is adequate, the staff excellent. But if you have any chronic serious conditions, he will not be of any help, or worse, can do you irreparable harm. When I tried to explain the problems with his ineffective methods, and provided documentation from the leading government agencies, he treated me like a skid row bum instead of a patient of 6 years. Like many of the Doctors in Florida, he should read what the Mayo Clinic told them years ago. A doctors job is largely to control pain, if they are not willing to prescribe the medications that do that, they should find another profession.
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09/14/2015
By: William S.
Robert P Collette MD PA
Excellent staff, service and almost no wait time at all.!!!
06/23/2015
By: Maritza G.
William E McLay, DPM
Dr. McLay is great, have been going to him since I was in High School! Excellent doctor!!!
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06/20/2015
By: Trisha V.
Genesis Family Practice
The worst place ever.. wait time 45inutes while nurses are texting.. attitude at front desk. Never called in prescription after going back second visit. Dr needs to pay attention.. to the staff ..... horrible
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06/03/2015
By: Christopher D.
Crisanto, Manuel MD
IF I COULD PUT MINUS 1 STAR I WOULD THIS DR. IS A QUACK HE HAS BEEN VERY UNHELPFUL AND UNCOOPERATIVE AND DOES NOT CONSIDER THE NEEDS OF HIS PATIENT REQUESTS AND I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND HIM TO ANYONE DR. MANUEL CRISANTO. OMG
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