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03/07/2013
By: beckabooboo
Dr. Babak Jahromi, MD
Dr Babak is outstanding! He's treating my mother (E.S.) for a blocked artery (95%-98%; R neck) & he asked that a family member accompany mom for the appointment that would review her MRI results & needed surgery. Dr. J. immediately made you feel welcome / comfortable. He not only went into detail (verbally) about the issue but he took the time to find the MRI scans and showed us pictures of the blockage. While it is a serious issue, the doctor remained positive and offered encouraging solutions. He makes you feel hopeful. He said around 2% of these operations do have problems, however, he personally has less than 1.5% problems with his operations. He has a great track-record! Something you want a doctor to have.Dr. J. takes plenty of time with you and he asks over and over if you have any questions. You never feel rushed.So, he's very knowledgeable, experienced, compassionate, helpful, friendly....everything you want your doctor to be. I cannot recommend him enough!
11/13/2014
By: Melissa S.
Workfit Medical
What a great experience, start to finish! The front desk staff was very welcoming and friendly and registered me promptly, even though I chose to come at a very busy time. Although I had a little wait (15 min), not having an appointment I felt that was pretty quick. My DOT physical was efficient and the instruction I received with regard to my paperwork was very clear. Thank goodness they told me that I needed to bring my medical certificate to the DMV or I would have assumed that they were going to! I will also recommend their Urgent Care services as I saw a very ill woman treated quickly and with much care. Thank you! I'll be back!
10/20/2014
By: Haden T.
Matthew M Tomaino MD
I have had a few appointments with Dr. Tomaino and I feel like I have received excellent care. They could not have been more caring and professional. They were very knowledgeable.
12/22/2012
By: myrabrown
Dr. Tamara Elizabeth Dinolfo, MD
Dr Dinolfo is the best OB/GYN doctor in the city. She is competent, caring, and thorough.If you are looking for a new Doc you should check her out. Happy Holidays!
10/30/2014
By: Jason C.
Workfit Medical
Everyone was very friendly! The care I received from the medical staff was wonderful.
02/06/2014
By: Owen R.
Matthew M Tomaino MD
I would recommend Dr. Tomaino to anyone who need his specialty and I have.
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06/09/2015
By: Donna A.
DR Karl Michalko MD
Dr. Michalko is very caring and does an awesome job at Orthopeodics.
07/19/2014
By: Joseph S.
Bui Anh MD
One of the most talented and forward thinking Dr.’s I’ve ever met!!
12/19/2014
By: Shane G.
Workfit Medical
Great place I would definitely recommend!!!
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