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  • 1.Bca Medical Associate - John Leak MD

    813 N Washington Ave

    Roswell,NM

    0.72 miServices

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    BBB Rating: A+

    5 yrs ago my son was born with spina bifida and i had to choose a Pediatrician for him. After looking around i found BCA to be the most practical. My son and daughter are seen by Dr. Carson and she d

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01/13/2017
By: Linda C.
Omar Osmani MD
I have been to Dr. Osmani`s office several times , after the initial visit you are seen only by his nurse practitioner`s. He will try to tell you how much pain HE thinks you should be in !! He seemed to me very uncaring and like he was trying to hurry me up . He does MRI`S on his machine and does not want you to go elsewhere to get them ( He wants to make that money on HIS machine .. I have stopped seeing him as he did nothing for me except argue and I felt he was a cold and uncaring Doctor !!
03/12/2016
By: Gail T.
Omar Osmani MD
I would never recommend this surgeon to anyone!! He performed a surgery on my mother that was totally contraindicated for anyone over the age of 50. She fell and broke her hip and he performed a hip pinning knowing that fractures in the elderly do not heal. She had pain for 6 months, when consulting another orthopedist she required a hip replacement. Dr Osmani was heard telling patients that hip fractures do not heal well and he is doing these hip pinings and then replacing the hips as well when they don't heal. He is then paid for both procedures if the patients survive.
11/23/2015
By: Kim S.
Kymera Independent Physicians
My mom thinks highly of Dr. Dake, but his staff weren't very nice to my mom. Dr. Dake's nurse, E**** should have treated my mom better.
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11/19/2015
By: Kim S.
Kymera Independent Physicians
Doctors are very nice and have good bed side manners, but nurses don't call you back and rude. I would not recommend them to my family.
11/18/2014
By: Frank M.
Roswell Family Care
If u wanna wait for 4 years come here
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