Best 30 Physicians Surgeons in Saginaw, MI with Reviews - YP.com
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11/13/2017
By: reconray
Dr. Birjitender Singh, MD
been on xanax for nearly 50 years for depression and ptsd,this guy stopped prescribing it for me,unless i come in every month for a offfce visit,so he can charge me and my insurance company, plus he cut my number of xanax i take from 3 a day to 1 and a half a day. his main interest in life is fast cars,motorcycles and women hell with the patients.
07/13/2017
By: Mark D.
Beall Steven MD
I was diagnosed with MS by Dr. Beall. He wanted me to immediately start the highest dose of intravenous steroids possible. Instead I had my MRI films read by several other Neurologists who all told me that yes I had lesions on my brain but they were way to small to be MS, and were most likely caused by my migraine headaches that Dr. Beall was aware of. Beware of this man! If you do a search of his name you will find West Branch and Deckerville offices with reviews of a lot of patients falsely diagnosed with MS.
01/19/2017
By: Brooxie G.
Beird Thomas H MD PC
I'm writing this for my boyfriend who had surgery by this guy to remove a benine tumour from his index finger. Story short. This doctor cut tendons and or didn't reconnect the tendons in my boyfriends finger after removing the tumour. And now my boyfriend is left with a finger that he can no longer move. And a seriously mistrust of doctors. So thanks a lot Thomas h beird. My review on u is a no.
01/04/2017
By: Sue C.
Lioudmila Kinachtchouk MD
Absolutely the most ignorant and disrespectful office manager/staff I've ever seen. They are extremely rude and act like any question you have is an inconvenience for them. I would not recommend this office to my worst enemy. It's a wonder anyone goes to this office.
04/08/2016
By: D H.
Dr. Birjitender Singh, MD
My dad has been in and out of the hospital for several months. Dr Singh did not provide care for him 99% of the time. May have shown up 2 times if that. Now he has him sign a pre-printed letter saying what an excellent Dr he is. Who does that? This man is a Fraud and needs to be reported for billing insurance for services he is not providing.
03/31/2016
By: rigger
Dr. Birjitender Singh, MD
Wow, what can I say? front desk people are very loud and rude. Very hard to make appointments. I called in over a week ago to refill a prescription, it still hasn't been filled, keep getting excuses from the front desk people. Dr. seems to be more worried about making money than helping his patients. STAY AWAY
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02/06/2016
By: Nikki S.
Lisa Spielhaupter DO
I seriously disagree with the previous review. I have had nothing but first rate care from this doctor. She takes the time to listen to me, goes back through my chart to make sure we've followed up on previous visit results, sets me up with necessary specialists & outside appointments, and acts like she cares. I have recommended her to friends and family and do so without hesitation.
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11/10/2015
By: Trent U.
Lioudmila Kinachtchouk MD
The staff was extremely inconsiderate of my time, did not communicate with me, when I complained, they kickede out. Horrible people and horrible customer service!
09/29/2015
By: Fred R.
Mahar M Ghanem D
If your primary doctor refers you to CMU Health on Washington Ave. in Saginaw you would do well to ask for some place else. The surgeons are qualified and board certified, but they seem to do only the minimum when it comes to the actual surgery, leaving open the possibility of missing the complete picture. The office staff at this location will suddenly cancel your appointment at the last minute by saying the doctor was called upon to do "emergency surgery" and then not bother to call you to re-schedule for days. A rather lackadaisical attitude to be kind about their attitude. Given the many surgeons in the area, you would do much better for your peace of mind and perhaps your health to go elsewhere for a surgeon.
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07/17/2015
By: Claire S.
Tri City Urology
Lied to about charges and insurance information. Now being bullied by staff over the fact I'm livid that we were told specifically "no out of pocket charges", when obviously there's $300 plus of out of pocket charge. (Yeah, one threatened that I "could sue and claim fraud, but you will loose!") Seriously? Who does that! "It's not our fault that you don't know your own insurance and deductible" no, but it IS your fault that when questions about both (yes, we knew we had a deductible and wanted to make sure that it wouldn't go towards that), you claimed that you called and checked our insurance for us, and the procedure is FULLY covered and would not result in ANY charges on our end. *We asked specifically 4 times at least!* "We cannot reduce any charges, it's illegal for us. We can set up a payment plan since you are responsible for your own deductible and must pay in full." Wow! Complete 180 from what we were first told. RUDE!!! LIES!! Passed to 3 different office girls because they didn't want to deal with me.
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