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By: Teresa R.
Abraham John MD
Dr John takes the time to listen and discuss treatment options. He was Dr for my mom and dad in their final years and was so wonderful, they both just loved him. Very thorough before giving a diagnosis. I highly recommend this Dr. He also has a wonderful caring staff.
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By: Teressa J.
Pattanaik, Deepak, MD
Dr. Pattanaik was our family doctor for 20 years & I love him & his staff! He his an excellent doctor & a compassionate man. If I could have brought him with me when I moved I definitely would have!
By: Michael L.
Houston Neurological Institute Pasadena
These other reviews are accurate. They do give preference to "new patients". Then you wait, up to 3 months for an appointment. There is NO sense of urgency for anything except money. After two months; no diagnosis. Dr. Eberle mismanaged my insurance resources, causing delay of important testing. Testing was not done in the correct order. She does not listen. All they want is more & more patients to milk their time & money. AVOID!!
By: Clifton B.
Dr. Mohammed Ali Quraishi, MD
My name is Clifton Batson. Approximately 8 months ago I cancelled an appointment here because I was having other medical problems which entailed 2 other doctors. These were more critical at the time so I cancelled my appointment. Last week my wife tried to reinstate me an appointment and was told ( very rudely ) that we could not cancel an appointment with HER doctor. When my wife tried to explain, she was very adamant and said we would have to go back to our primary doctor and get a recommendation before we could return. Dr.Quarishi is a very competent doctor,but this experience left a bitter taste.
By: Roy D.
Houston Neurological Institute Pasadena
The Office Staff does not have a clue what they are doing! They will call and confirm an appointment two days prior but tell you it is for the next day. They have numerous facilities and even if you only go to one location they will schedule you at another and not tell you. Then you show up and your appointment is across town!!! They are the stupid ones - not you! Why is it so hard to schedule a patient at the same facility? It isn't except for the unprofessional staff at this business. We are changing doctors after this fiasco.
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By: Lizbeth R.
Pasadena Womens Center
I started going here since 2009 with Dr. Montoya. He is an awesome Doctor so is his nurse Susie but time to time the customer service at the front desk got horrible, the girls are rude on the phone & when you are there. I didn't go here because I'm low income, I went there because of the Dr. I stop going because they wrote my birthday wrong, it might not be a big deal but this is how accidents happen. Today Sept 13th, 2016. I went because Im trying to pay my bill due to an error on the way they did the claim but the girl at front desk was rude and assumed I didn't speak Spanish, "ya vienes, porque esta vieja no se quiere sentar" for a Hispanic person that speaks both languages, this is really rude. People gets pay to do a job & to offer the best customer service they can even if they are having a bad day. If you aren't fit for the job simple don't work there. I'm not going back & if your insurance covers for your services don't go here either. There is better services somewhere else.
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By: Jennifer B.
Beltway Anesthesia Group, P.A.
Billing issues caused me to call and question my bill. The person in charge of billing was extremely rude and literally yelled at me through the phone. I was told a certain price for cash pay, but was billed nearly 10 times that amount. The representative said I can still pay the amount I was originally quoted, but they refuse to send me a bill for that amount for my records.
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By: Dianna A.
Arauz Dr Julio
I have never been so disappointed in a doctor's office. They are rude and lazy. And way over booked. I was charged again on a returning visit when the medication didn't Fix my problem. Then the staff made me look fo my own specialist..never had i seen office personnel so lazy i my life. I would not recommend this clinic to anyone! They are talking advantage of the insurance and the patients.
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By: Susan B.
Ori Hampel Md Pa
I am a new pt and need a lithotripsy done due to a kidney stone which is causing extreme pain, the scheduler was not helpful and states could not be done until December. I called multiple times begging in pain and still they did not care.
By: Annette P.
Abraham John MD
This man is a wonderful doctor. He is a good listener and treats all his patients with the greatest respect. I don't know how the individual with the bad grammar can even rate a doctor who hasn't even treated them, but they are very wrong about Dr John. I know at least 7 other patients of his and they all love him. He's a great doctor.
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