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09/23/2017
By: Nancy H.
Garrison Ric S Dr
He's a wonderful and trustworthy MD. You can trust him with your life. God bless him. He took excellent care of me when I was at Palmdale Regional for over one month.
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03/11/2017
By: christina.folse.3
Robert M. Jackson M.D.
Wow what an awesome place. Dr Jackson and his staff are very attentive and caring. My first visit I called last minute and they were able to see me that same day. I love this place and will happily recommend them to everyone.
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10/27/2015
By: Patricia B.
Sobeck, Gregg R, MD
after a fall at work was seeing Dr Sobeck as the workman's comp MD.He took xrays every visit had me on light duty I had had total knee replacement both knees several years before. He also showed me xrays that he said showed a bone pressing on both knees. As long as he was paid by workman comp was ok but when I decided to retire he sang a different tune almost making me look like I wasn't sure when my surgies were and the release slip he wrote may return to full duty...to this day I still have problems with the knee I fell on
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09/15/2015
By: Violet G.
Sobeck, Gregg R, MD
I saw Dr. Sobeck for unexplained chronic knee pain that had me hobbling around, unable to use stairs. At first Dr. Sobeck was kind and professional, but when my MRI came back and did not readily explain the pain, he became dismissive, telling me, "You came to the wrong doctor," but he prescribed pain medication. After I followed his suggestion to see a Rheumatologist, I called and emailed Dr. Sobeck with follow-up questions for weeks, and never got a response. When I needed a refill of the pain medication, he did not respond to my repeated requests, causing me sudden withdrawl from narcotics without any sort of guidance for weaning off nor assistance in finding an alternative form of pain control. Dr. Sobeck might be a fine doctor for you if you have a broken bone or something torn, but he is not the guy to help with a mystery diagnosis. If you do go to Dr. Sobeck for surgery, make sure to discuss pain medication beforehand and make sure he is willing to prescribe you enough, and to give you a refill if necessary.
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08/04/2015
By: Gary W.
Pradeep K Singh MD
friendly and helpful staff with clean Office
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06/09/2015
By: Judy J.
Robert M. Jackson M.D.
Dr Jackson has been my Dr since 2007 .He is very caring ,friendly .His staff are very helpful .I am very happy to be able to find a Dr so caring.
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05/13/2015
By: baby5665
Jensen David R
My son is 12 and has bilateral optic nerve Hypoplasia. Which is a fancy way of saying he's legally blind since birth. We seen dr. Jensen's sub. Yes, we are new to the area so we are new to this office. As I was explaining my sons disability , this doctor actually told me that he and dr. Jensen only see "well" children....um, my son is well. We only needed referrals to specialists and he'd only see this doctor if he was ill with "regular" illnesses. Very disappointed!! Will definitely be finding a new family doctor since this office only sees patients who are "well"!
11/04/2014
By: Robert J.
Robert M. Jackson M.D.
This is Dr Robert Jackson responding to 10/25/2014 review:I am so pleased that you were so kind with your review. To be your favorite doctor is the highest compliment I could receive! I realize that when my patients are here to see me they may not be feeling well, and I try to give them the best care I can. My staff works hard to make our patients as comfortable as possible, and we appreciate your encouraging words. Thank you again!
10/25/2014
By: Arlene A.
Robert M. Jackson M.D.
My favorite doctor who has earned my respect and admiration for providing excellent care dispensed with genuine compassion and care. Members of the staff are friendly, courteous, and conscientious. It's actually a pleasant experience to be treated by Dr. Jackson.
07/09/2013
By: bobsmith77
Dr. John J Kayvanfar, MD
DO NOT GO HERE!!! The doctor does NOT listen to your concerns and in my opinion, misdiagnoses you. I waited two hours to be seen, once I checked in. The receptionists seem like really nasty individuals and one of the scorned me for cancelling my second appointment (do you blame me). I do not trust this place and found another orthopedic doctor that I can trust. This facility also incorporates a physical therapy practice, located in the same area. I was told to do physical therapy (which I have done in the past with another doctor, but to no avail). It is my opinion that this places recommends physical therapy for everyone, in order to get more money from the insurance carriers. STAY AWAY! They are not about helping you recover, but milking the system!
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