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10/12/2016
By: stephanie.michels.39
Perich Eye Center
My elderly mother was diagnosed by her PCP with shingles on her face around her eye. So he sent us Ms Shah's practice. This office saw us right away which was really great. We saw a very personable man who is only there a couple days a month (his name is either Bill or Bob). He too immediately said it was shingles and he started writing out a prescription for her and all of her instructions as well as making notes in her chart. But later that day she started getting extremely nauseous. I wasn't sure if it was the medication he put me on or not. So I called the office back the next day right when they opened (in fact I ended up calling twice because my mom was so miserable and no one was calling us back) so I could talk to someone about the possibility of changing my mom's meds or dosage. He wasn't there but Ms Shah was. She called back at the end of the day and told my mom to stop the medication and go back on the antibiotic eye drops the walk in clinic gave her for pink eye (which she definitely did not have). My mom was very sick so talking to Ms Shah was a little confusing to her (you know how fuzzy your mind is when you are in severe pain and you're nauseous on top of it). However this woman who has never met my mother nor saw what her face looked like, decided to take her off shingles medication and put her on pink eye medication. There are a couple different known medications for shingles and I was hoping she would change my mom's meds to one of those. I called my mom's PCP back and they changed her medication. Don't bother with these people. The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. All she had to do was read my mom's chart to see her diagnosis and know that she didn't have pink eye
10/21/2014
By: George H.
Access Healthcare
Note: Dr. Masood does not seem to be associated with Access Healthcare. As far as I know he does not practiced at the Access Healthcare location near the intersection of Spring Hill Dr. and Highway 19 (Commercial Drive). I suspect that Mr. Bob Hively's review is mistakenly placed under Dr. Singh's listing. Maybe Mr. Hively can confirm this. I do see that Dr. Masood DOES have an address on Spring Hill Drive but it is between the intersections of Deltona Blvd and Waterfall Dr with SHD at 14690 Spring Hill Drive.I have been a patient of Dr. Singh at this main address for Access Healthcare since September 2007. I have no other connection to him or his healthcare organization other than the fact that I am a patient. Dr. Singh has done a lot for the medical community in Hernando and Citrus county. He is friendly, and seems to truly care about his patients. In my book he and his organization are first rate. Please reference the following link for additional information. http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/from-former-hardware-store-hernando-couple-build-health-care-giant/2173666
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02/18/2016
By: Ralph O.
Abskhroun, Hany H, MD
I have been seeing Dr. Abskhroun for many years now. He is the best doctor I ever had. Always helpful in any questions I have. He takes the time to find out what is wrong and why. He does NOT take 3 minutes like other doctors just to get to as many patients as possible, instead he takes his time and is very precise . His staff is always polite, waiting time is excellent, 5min- 25min not like others that over book and make you wait for an hour or two. He is our PCP for all my family and everyone has only good things to say about him. I do not understand people that can say anything negative about Dr. Abskhroun. When I am there I only see satisfied patients coming out. Talking in the waiting room with others (although you do not wait long as I mentioned before I would say an average of 15min) You can only hear good thing about Dr. Abskhroun.
10/11/2016
By: Debbie L.
Kolli, Lakshmi, MD
This doctors office is not what you would expect if you are looking for a down to earth, friendly, communicative primary care doctors office. I got the impression early that this office is not about quality medical care. I was left to get severely acute anemia before this doctor referred me to a real professional doctor. This doctor didn't bother to tell me that my blood tests were indicating that there was something wrong. The nurse who orders the prescriptions, well she could never get it correct. Two months in a row of phone calls and a letter sent requesting proper meds and dosages she still was unprofessional and lacking in medical standards and could not or WOULD not get it correct. I would not recommend this office to anyone who is sick.
07/01/2015
By: Cindy S.
Kroll, Brian C, MD
Love Him! Finally a Dr that will talk to me like a real person. He listens to my concerns and is on top of whats going on with treatment options. He doesnt dismiss my issues nor does he try to push prescriptions to cover the ailment...He actually gets to the source of the problem! I have been going to him for 2 yrs but wish it were longer cause hes made a world of difference in my health and life. The staff is always friendly - they know me by name/face even though I only go a few times a year. I have recommended him to several friends and family members and they say the same thing and actually thank me for telling them about him. Hands down I highly recommend him!
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08/31/2016
By: Aimee F.
Sun Country Pediatrics
Switched to this office when my daughter was six months old. We've now been going here for four years. Every experience wth them has been pleasant. The entire staff is friendly and helpful. I have not had one bad experience here. We are usually in and out in under an hour, even for sick visits. I can count on one hand with fingers left over how many times we've ever had to wait more than an hour. So happy to have found a great doctor for my kids.
05/11/2013
By: margaretroden
Pop, Calin V
I cannot say enough good things about Dr Pop and the kind way he treated me in the hospital. I have twice to emergency room and they sent me home. I was so sick. Then I went to dr Pop and he put me in the hospital, treated me right and kindly and now I am better than last year. I couldn't move my arm at all and had excruciating pains, now I am pain free and move with ease.Margaret Roden
11/08/2012
By: debbeb
Singh, Pariksith MD
Dr Singh is the best Dr. I have ever come in contact with. He is the best diagnostian I ever known. He has a great sense of humor and makes you feel like family. He really listens and cares. That's hard to find in this day in age. I trust Dr. Singh 100%, and his staff is the best. They are very helpful, and will spend as much time as needed to help you. Keep up the great work.
11/03/2013
By: Lisa C.
Pop, Calin V
My doctor (Dr Pop) saved my life! I was so close.. I was obsessed with my health; this is what I was talking about all day long. And losing my mind, I was like a zombie, He told me not to worry about my health to let him do that. He told me to worry about everything else because I was falling back into my old self-diagnosis never ending circle.
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09/22/2015
By: Ana P.
Abskhroun, Hany H, MD
Excellent caring Doctor. Has been my Doctor for 5 years. Takes his time to explain diagnosis and makes sure I understand the program to follow. Very clean office and the staff is very professional and friendly. His early diagnosis saved me from being paralyze so I can not thank him enough! Is hard to find doctor that still cares....
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This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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