Jaime Garcia Md in Port Charlotte, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Nayrin G.
Cepero Belkis
The people in this office are "nice", until you complain about something they are doing wrong at which point the start rolling their eyes and speaking with an attitude. They are very disorganized as far as sending out referrals, prescription etc. The manager seem to "care" however tells the staff that she doesn't time with deal with issues, and questions you about the issue but "politely" still let you know its your fault. The office hours so patients can see the doctor is solely at the doctor's convenience, only seeing patients in the mornings and early afternoon, so if you work you either miss work or deal with seeing only the Nurse Practitioner and never the doctor. The doctor refuses to see patients if you make to the office 16 minutes late, and after 3 late appointments they kick you out of the practice (or so I have been told by the receptionist) I have never been to an appointment where my daughters are seen less than 20 minutes past the appointment time, however I made it 16 minutes late (1 minute past their window to be see patients) and the doctor refused to see the girls, I had to see the Nurse Practitioner and it was my youngest daughter 18 month appointment which should have been done by the doctor. (lets keep in mind that I called and I was told it was ok to bring them in only to be received by a frustrated receptionist who apparently had no help from Office Manager) and by the way during a previous appointment the doctor found a murmur on my younger daughter took us 3 appointments rescheduling to be able to do the ultrasound because the office kept failing to send the imaging center the referral, authorization etc. Even the day of the appointment we had to wait more than an hour and it took me 3 phone calls to get the documents, then at the follow up appointment I asked the doctor for the results she forgot to give them to me and then after a second follow up I had to keep asking for it, she said she had seen it and there was nothing wrong only to come out and let me know she had to referred to a cardiologist becAuse she did have abnormal results, again when I took her to the cardiologist we had to wait for the office to forward the records to it because again they failed to do it. Apparently the doctor is making more than enough money with the patients she already have, because they could care less about patients feelings, schedule and as the receptionist showed, losing patients since she happily told me it was ok for me to go to another doctor I just had to tell her to cancel my appointment.
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By: Guiliana F.
Dr Lian Jen
I've been seeing Dr Jen for about 6 years. And I know EXACTLY who the first reviewer from 2009 is referring to. That girl was fired a long time ago! She wasn't even there very long., she was fired with plenty of cause. The first reviewer must've visited the office when Zora was on vacation. The nut job, whose name I don't remember, was really whacked out that week and acted like she was the boss. She also wore a different wig every day. It's really too bad you had this experience, because Dr Jen is really awesome. When we had no insurance, Dr Jen gave us a flat rate and stretched out the visits so we could save money. And his office DOES take debit and credit cards, I've used them both myself. And checks, too ;-). That whacko must've been trying to get cash for more of whatever she was taking. Dr Jen is great, his staff is great, "the band is back together", so to speak, and you will not be sorry if you become his patient. He's picky about who he takes, though- so if you expect to get lots of different drugs, like Xanax, Oxycodone, Methadone, whatever-don't bother making an appointment, because he's legit, and so are all his patients.
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By: Sandy sandra S.
Abrams, Jody G, MD
To Dr Jody Abrams from your once parents in law.If we can EVER help you in ANY way we are right down the road from you now in Fl and tell people you are an awesome doctor they should use for eye surgery often. We owe you an apology. We were very angry when you divorced our daughter. A mistake.Now we understand why you did. We did too. Hope you've healed from her abuse, insanity and nonstop ranting all those years--and that we will too one day. Hope you and your new wife have an awesome life with your family. Sorry we produced the human who made your life awful. We apologize and wish you only the best. Just wanted to clear the air--and tell you how sorry we are for the trouble we brought into your life by bringing this monster into the world.Sincerely,Waylon and Sandy
By: wedtat
Dr Lian Jen
i dont know whom this other person talked to there ,but ive been a patient of dr jens for a long time and ive never seen anything like this at all ,zora who is the office manager,at dr jens has always bent over backwards to see that im seen by the dr whenever i need to be seen by him .dr jen is a great man and listens to his patients unlike other dr.s ive been to he has always done whats in he best intrest of me ,i frankly dont like dr.s at all but he has shown me that dr.s are people to. as far as someone having a bad day were all human and sometimes we do ,as far as being unprofessional never.i will always use dr jen as my back specialist because i trust him/jason weddell
By: Heather S.
Eugene E Gregush MD
I have used Dr. Gregush for two of my previous pregnancies and am currently using him again for my last. He is an excellent doctor and I trust him fully! The wait times for an appt can be long at times but that is because he is in high demand and sometimes is called to the hospital for an emergency or delivery, which obviously can not be helped. I would definitely recommend him to anyone for their pregnancy.
By: David S.
Dr Lian Jen
it has been a few years since I have been under Dr. Jens care, but I can attest to nothing but the utmost professionalism from his staff, and a sincere personal caring attitude from Dr. Jen. He is a total professional, and he takes a sincere interest in my overall well being. Dr. Jen is a rare example of a doctor who has not forgotten his oath, and puts care above profits.David A. Smith
By: Melanie B.
Dr Lian Jen
Best Doctor I have ever been to or met & Highly Recommended to everyone! I have been seeing him for about 10 years and can say with no uncertainty that he is genuinely the nicest Doctor that I have ever seen, He always greets you with a smile and asks how you are and have been. He is kind, gentle, truly cares about his patients.
By: Linda C.
Gruneiro Alejandro MD
Dr. Gruneiro operated on me Jan. 2017 for a hiatal hernia. I healed a lot faster then I thought I would and I now have no problems eating what I want or sleeping flat as I used to prop my head up to sleep. He is wonderful. The people in the office are outstanding also so what more could you ask for. I am one happy patient.
By: Jkatzbeck@gmail.com K.
Hector Hernandez, MD
Been seeing Dr, Hernandez for years and my experience has been nothing but admirable. The staff is professional.The booking time is immediate. Dr. Hernandez always gave me a through examine for whatever problem I presented to him. And completely honest with my results. Would recommend him to anyone.
By: d.ventura
Gruneiro Alejandro MD
Dr. Gruneiro has done two different procedures on me in the last six weeks. I would totally recommend him for future surgerys. He's a down to earth all around good guy. Best around. Seen him at Fawcett memorial hospital. Great Dr.s & cute & caring nurses.
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