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By: Carmen L.
Donald D Dilworth PA
I scheduled an appointment with Dr. Dilworth for a second opinion regarding my daughter. I was told by the scheduler that we would be the first appointment after lunch so I accepted the the noon appointment. At around 12:50 I stepped out of the room and asked the nurse how much longer before the doctor would see us. My daughter is a student and had to return to school for a test. The nurse could not answer my question so we decided to leave. I commented to the staff that if Dr. Dilworth spends an hour with patients then they should schedule appointments on the hour instead of every 15 minutes. As we were waiting for a school note, Dr. Dilworth approaches us and tells us he could see us now and get us out in 15 minutes. First of all, if he was spending an hour with another patient, I would expect the same in my case, not rush us out in 15 minutes. To even suggest that is grossly incompetent and highly unprofessional. Secondly, I would expect more than 15 minutes especially if I am looking for a second opinion and possibly letting him perform surgery on my daughter. Lastly, I told him that if this is the way he runs his office then I did not want this opinion and certainly would not trust him to operate on my daughter.
By: Marisol G.
Dr. Jose F Font-Cordoba, MD
Very professional, like that the Dr reviews your meds and history himself.
By: Stephanie P.
Dr. Roberto Trevino Jr, MD
I tried setting up an appointment with this doctor after finding out my current provider no longer took my insurance and he was assigned as my PCP. After going in to sign a release for my information I called a few days later to make an appointment for a regular check up and to get a referral to have my annual woman's exam. The receptionist was a complete nightmare. She starts off by questioning me why I haven't been to a doctor in a year and that the doctor doesn't want to make an appointment or referrals if I'm not going to comply. This person doesn't know me at all and she accusing me of not wanting reliable health care. First off I explained that my provider, who I had been going to consistently for the last 4-6yrs, no longer takes my insurance and I needed a new provider, secondly I'm a relatively heathy person and only need to go to the doctor once a year for regular check ups. I ask if I can receive the doctors services or not and she goes into a rant about how because I was offended by her absurd accusations that means I don't deserve healthcare services. Do not go to this doctor, dealing with his receptionist alone will have you cringing. Now I am back to square one trying to find a reliable health care provider with quality customer service.
By: Fred B.
Meissner, Kurt G, MD
Dr. Meissner has been addressing health issues for me for many years, over a decade for certain. I'm left knowing he's the same man I first met, friendly, knowledgeable, yet I'm discovering it has taken a long time for me to realize he's incredibly talented in his chosen profession. Many thanks.
By: Nelly N.
Rivercity Women's Health P
I had such a great experience at the office today from checking in till I checked out. The staff was very helpful as well as the Dr explaining everything to me before during and after the visit, I definitely recommend her tom all my friends/family.
By: Elizabeth B.
Monterrosa, Ana E, MD
Unprofessional. Lies when confronted with complaints. Always forced to wait over an hour. Cuts sessions short. Does not care patients, just writes prescriptions and sends them on their way.
By: Belinda M.
Great doctors. Very good service. The staff is very friendly and they obviously care. I'm so glad I bring my father here
By: Ruth S.
Young Robert N
I have been so thrilled with my tummy tuck and breast reduction procedures. The results have been remarkable. Day of the surgery Dr. Young.
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By: Peter D.
Porter Medical Associates
I felt Dr. Porter's staff was extremely polite in answering all of my questions, and explaining whatever I didn't understand. My only complaint was the time having to wait beyond the time of my appointment.
By: Virginia M.
Schnitzler Cardiovascular Consultants
I saw Dr Schnitzler in later part of 2015. No problem with him,he was a very kind man. But the billing department was another story, they could not get my insurance filed right, them told me I was lyning about even having ins. Faxed them ins. info 3 times they said they never got it. Billing dept will not call you back. They called me once and the lady told me she would write the bill off because they waited to long to file, then about 2 months later I got another call from them again saying I did not even have ins.. They finally did get paid by the ins. company that they said I lied about, office manager very rude and unprofeshional! Dont think Dr. Schnitzler, knows this is happening!!!
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