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By: Tonya K.
Swedishamerican Hospital
Very new with this Dr..He was not personable at all.. Had very little conversation me being a new patient I felt like just a number.. I want be returning and wouldn't recommend his service to anyone.
By: Jamie B.
Family Medicine Specialists
Very convenient walk-in clinic. Went on Saturday not feeling well. I was seen right away and felt the service was on point.
By: Patient X.
Rockford Spine Center
RUDE, RUDE, RUDE!!!!!!It's bad enough having to go through life with chronic pain, but to have the staff at your Dr's office treat you like sh$t is inexcusable.Shame on you people. The staff here should get jobs where they Don't deal with people at all!!!!
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By: Jessica L.
QoL Meds
This is by far the best pharmacy I have used - ever. Large chain pharmacies use to be decent - but now I avoid them at allCosts. The smaller size of these QOL pharmacies seems to create less errors and has much more personable employees.
By: Edward T.
Masud Malik MD
I have never written a review for any doctor, but my experience with Dr. Malik was excellent and he has my highest recommendation. He seems to be truly concerned with the well being of his patients and makes a great effort to assure that the surgical procedure will have a positive outcome.
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By: Shayla L.
Dr. Leynard M Martinez, MD
I went in for a visit due to medication not working anymore. I told exactly what symptoms were before and after and explained how my dr that I normally have told me that it may happen where the body becomes immune to the medication after taking it for extended time. This dr tried to give me every medication but one similar to the ones my normal dr had ever mentioned. I will be sure to never see this man again, ever.
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By: Michele B.
Rizvi Zaffar A Md
Do yourself a favor & do not go to this horrible "doctor". He's compassionless & uncaring. He will dump you when you need him the most with no regard to your feelings or condition. I feel sorry for all his patients. You can find a psychiatrist much better then him.
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By: Jane D.
Garcia, Raymond C, MD
Dr. Garcia is great. He has been my psychiatrist for many years. He is very knowledgeable and up to the he minute on new research released. He has never given up on me when other psychiatrists in Rockford have. I am a touch case since I have DID, PTSD, and schitzo-affective disorder. 5/5.
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By: Tony P.
Rockford Spine Center
My wife has been a patient here for about a year now and is suffering from a severe back issue and is awaiting surgery to be approved by our insurance. She's on a ton of pain meds and wants off of them so we've schedule appointmappointments for injections in her si joints. Called on the day of the appointment to cancel due to her being extremely ill...no sympathy at all from them. Rescheduled for a couple days out hoping to get better but unfortunately had to cancel again. Staff was extremely rude and wouldn't reschedule for her. The staff and Dr f. Have zero compassion for you, very unsatisfied and will be taking my wife elsewhere.
By: Christina J.
Dr. Leynard M Martinez, MD
I came to see Dr. Martinez. I've had trouble with my foot and legs for years. He did not even examine my legs or foot. He immediately judged me and recommended I go back to the Doctor that messed me up with cortisone shots that did not help me. He was rude and acted as if my pain was irrelevant. I was terrified today I am concerned I may have a blood clot or something else serious. Dr. Martinez dismissed me without a glance at my legs and feet and treated me awful. I have never been so hurt and embarrassed in all my life. I have hidden my symptoms in fear of judgment like his today. I do not recommend this Dr.. Nor will I ever go back to 5 Points for any medical reason.
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