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By: Brenda D.
Shah Satish Dr
Very attentive to your needs. Office staff very helpful and polite. Good visit.
By: Dina G.
Shah Satish Dr
Good first of many visits. Staff polite, gentle, talkative, makes you very comfortable.office is small but clean.
By: Brian W.
Enclave Family Healthcare, PSC
Dr Jones has been my Dr for about 5 years. He is also my son and wifes. We have nothing but good things to say about him. He is to understand and explains any concerns. His staff is very professional and nice.
By: Tanya T.
Toler, Chris R, MD
worst doctor ive ever been.. because of him i have to go through another surgery to fix gis sloppy job
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By: Ken F.
Enclave Family Healthcare, PSC
Dr. Jones. My wife has been seeing him for a little while now and what i have learned is amazing. Dr jones is a complete moron who honestly has no clue at what the hell he is doing. His manner towards his patients is far from desirable and his overal knowledge is almost incompetent. Mulitiple times now she has needed services that he cannot provide but directly refused to refer her to see someone who could help. If you need a doctor find a real one this guy is not worth seeing and is only abusing the medical insurance companies to fatten his pockets.
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By: Tammy W.
Nadar, Krishna S, MD
He & his wife are horrible & unprofessional to say the least....Beware of these 2 !!!
By: Britney J.
Gipe Patrick B MD
Dr. Gipe is a pathetic and pitiful excuse for a doctor. He is the worst doctor I have ever had the misfortune of coming across. He's not only uncaring, but also an extremely incompetent doctor. I would strongly advise against having him as your PCP (Primary Care Physician) Need further proof...check out his mug-shot from when he was arrested for DUI
By: Joe F.
Enclave Family Healthcare, PSC
I have been with Dr. Michael Jones since huge began at enclave family medical center. He is very good at not only listing to your symptoms but diagnosis as well. A lot of times people dislike doc because he does not hand out pain killers like candy like many other doctors do. The fact that he cares more for peoples health instead of promoting their addictions often times leads to bad reviews. Honestly Dr. Jones is one of the most thorough and earnestly caring doctors I have ever had. With my years of having to go see a doctor on a regular basis, and I have had to go to many. Dr. Jones has been the best. You may not always agree with his directions but when I follow them as directed it WORKS and that makes the difference.
By: Caleb S.
Enclave Family Healthcare, PSC
Hateful, petty, and rude.He also never seems to have the time to actually listen to any of my problems.
By: Jen S.
Dr. Aseedu A Kalik, MD
I have him as my doc He's okay. :)
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