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By: Sharon C.
Sebastian River Medical Center
I would like Theo ,RN and Nicole CNA 2 floor PCU regoconize. They are the best I have ever had. They take special attention to all.
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By: Sharon C.
Sebastian River Medical PM
Practice bought out by Steward Medical Group. They empty ed our all info and had to redo multiple pages to have to be done again. Very frustrating
By: Louise B.
Neetu Dhadwal, MD
Very disappointed with doctors poor behavior. I had a 10 am appointment for testing and an 11 am appointment with Dr. Neetu Dhadwal. Arrived early and yet had to wait until 10:40 to be shown to the test room when Dr. came in to tell me go back to waiting room. I politely told her I didn't think it was right that my 10 am appointment would be so delayed. She told me I was not to "yell" at her...I wasn't. Went back into the waiting room only to be told I had to reschedule my appointment!...I objected and was told I was being dismissed from her practice. It seems to me she was more upset with the man who came in after me, who also had a 10 am appointment (he arrived at 9:55) and she had an argument with him and it just carried over to me. In my opinion, she's a nutcase. Go to someone else.
By: itsdave
Crawford Joseph P MD
I had an appt at 9:30 today, following the address listed on this site, I was directed to the wrong location. at 9:33 I called asking for the correct location which the office gave me and asked me to hold to see if I could still be seen. As I was 3 min late I was asked to reschedule. I have never been treated in this fashion and in most cases end up sitting waiting for the Doctor anyway. I will NEVER recommend this Doctor to anyone and will advise my Doctor to stop referring patients to this office. Have to give a 1 star as there are no negative ratings possible -5 if I could.
By: Holly B.
Graziano, Kimberly MD
No one answers the phone, you have to leave a message. So I leave a very detailed message, guess what? No one called back. They dropped the ball and had the nerve to blame me. When confronted, I was promptly cut off with "M'amm this, M'amm that. I don't do RUDE. Will not recommend this Doctor.
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