Cancer Care Centers Of Brevard in Palm Bay, FL with Reviews - YP.com
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08/30/2016
By: Krista S.
Weiss, Gary M. MD PA
I am convinced that without Dr. Weiss' diagnostic expertise and clinical attention to my case, I would not have the quality of life I celebrate today. I've worked with and trained hundreds of physicians. Dr. Weiss' compassion, clinical judgement and patient advocacy is unsurpassed. Thank you, Dr. Weiss, for going the extra mile to make all the difference in my outcome.
02/02/2016
By: James tonya D.
Melbay Healthcare
I understand everyone is entitled to their opinion. My father who is 75 has been cared for very well by Dr Kishore and his staff. My brother also was very bad off at a young age and Dr Kishore got him sober & he lives a great heathly life. I am not sure if everyone knows what this one man does in just one day of his life. He really, really cares about people. He has taken care of my father, my mother, my brother and my self. I have never had a problem and yes, it does take time to get ahold of him, but if you go to his website it shows everything he does. And sometimes he has no choice but to put a life threating emergency before yours which may have not been life threating at that time. He works everyday, 7 days a week. He goes to Holmes Regional, Wusthoff Hospital, Palm Bay hospital, several nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers, and he helps people get clean of pain pills that other doctors have perscribed to people. If all that in one day is not a miracle, i don't know what is!
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01/08/2016
By: Juliette M.
Quality Medical Care
Stay away from this place. I have never been treated so badly by a doctor and his staff in my entire life. They did not inform me that I would not being seeing the doctor and that actually would be seeing the assistant. Didn't even know her name. When I stated that I thought I was seeing the actual doctor, she took offense. Put all kinds of lies in my chart to make themselves sound good. The big administration woman was so rude and was baiting me to start a fight! These people are far from professional caring people. Looking for Quality care DON'T go here.
01/07/2016
By: Lisa D.
Melbay Healthcare
Been trying to get a prescription corrected for two days no phone call no follow up, will not be using this doctors office again.
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06/05/2015
By: Vincent D.
Melbay Healthcare
Dr. Kishore Patsamatla up until today was the doctor of record treating my 85 year old mother in a Rockledge Nursing home. My mother is having a tough go of it lately and my sisters and I have been working closely with the Nurse Practitioner to come up with a plan to help improve her daily life. This woman sees her every day and is invested in seeing her quality of life improve. Dr. Kishore does not go to the nursing home to see her at all and only knows about her daily condition from the nurses notes. The Nurse Practitioner called him on Monday to discuss and get his ok on a plan that my sisters and I and worked out with her help. He refused to discuss the plan with her, told her that he did not want to hear anything about what she had discussed and was adamant that she not go near "his patient" nor have any discussions about her care with any members of the family. When she tried to explain that she was following the wishes of the family, he cut her off and told her to stay away from his patient. This happened Tuesday June 2 and today is Thursday June 4th. I have left 5 messages for him to call me back as I wanted to ask him why he would take such a stance with the Nurse Practitioner and totally dismiss that the plan of care for my mother was discussed with her children, one of which has power of attorney for her care. Again, I have tried to reach him and he has not called me back after leaving messages and talking to his staff saying it was urgent that he return my call.It is obvious that this Dr, is not and did not put the wellbeing of my mother above his ego and need to intimidate and bully a subordinate. That subordinate is charged with make sure all of the patients are properly cared for and sees my mother every day. I have run into more than my share of arrogant Dr.'s in my like but this man is far worse than anything I have encountered. I would not take a sick animal to this man. If anyone out there can tell me if you have seen Dr, Kishore perform a miracle then actually walk on water please let me know and I will gladly reassess my opinion. Until that happens however, I am going to write letters to the AMA, every hospital that he visits, the Florida Medical Licensing Board, and every elder abuse agency in Florida and the Federal Government as well as Medicaid and Medicare. This is not a good Dr.! His staff is lacks basic intelligence and patient skills and getting through to him is impossible. He should have his license to practice taken away. Sincerely,Vincent G DeMauro
10/01/2014
By: Bob G.
Quality Medical Care
This is a doctors office that claims it cares so much about it's patients and to please let them know if anything is wrong before you leave . Well I had a problem the person in the front told me how wonderful it would be to be a patient there. I left my doctor who i wasn't happy with for reasons that were important to me and made this office my primary care provider before even my first appt. I had a problem a medication that is required for me to take that I had been on for 10 years and was told to never try and go off off due to severe seizures was a medicine that was not written for by my new doctor somehow that was policy for the practice. The funny thing was supposedly they don't even take patients on pain medication this was not what I was asking for but I am on it due to a very serious accident and subsequent Bad surgeries, but the receptionist now informed me that they couldn't even take me as a patient the problem was I was seeing Dr Trebb at that very office for other reasons so obviously it wasn't a problem then just now with this employee who now suggested I go to Circles of Care mind you I have no psychiatric issues whatsoever. I immediately became agitated and the more this person kept talking the madder I got well I threw my paperwork on the floor and left the office saying I would not be back. I received a call from their office manager informing me she called the police for whatever reason I do not know but was calling my home to inform me not to come on the property well she started to inform me that I was drinking except I informed her I don't drink have not in over 15 years then she tried to blame my diabetes but again told her I had my insulin and my sugar was perfect somehow she could not understand the inept front help that she had nor tried to even find out why just BLAME the customer. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS OFFICE which is a shame because DR. Trebb is a great doctor it's his help that are MORONS
11/27/2012
By: cashley2678
Palm Bay Urgent Care
I've used Palm Bay Urgent care a few times for myself and my kids. The office is kid friendly and very clean. The doctors are nice and caring. The staff is as well. I didn't wait long at all and was in and out quickly. Great place to go if you're doctors office is closed or you need urgent care and don't want to wait hours at the ER ... (my daughter needed stitches and it was an easy fast visit without her freaking out) great place!
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