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By: Candi S.
Babies Beyond Pediatrics
My children's pediatrician was not affiliated with SH regional so we had to have the on call pediatrician see and release our newborn. It was Dr Bain that came in the 1st day. His behavior was quite disturbing. His scrubs were a mess and his bottoms were practically falling off and he made no attempt to pull them up. He was loud and rude. When he asked if we had a Dr chosen for our son I said yes. He then says rudely, then where are They? Why am I here. I explained that the hospital staff told us our Dr was not affiliated and that we would see the on call. He then proceeded to say we should come to his office etc so I asked him a simple question, I won't go in to detail, and he rudely says that we will just have to discuss that. I said well, as the parent this decision is ultimately mine and he tells me that we will have to see about that. There was so much to his visit that ticked me off. My parents were also present at the time and were shocked by his unorifessionaliam. We had an extended stay and I was thrilled that he was not the Dr to come back 2 days later to release my son. Someone else stated that his DUO should not have been mentioned here, but I disagree. His behavior was so off that it wouldn't have surprised me if he had been drunk or worse during our visit by him
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By: Rhonda M.
Ravishankar Rao DR MD PA
Dr. Rao is a very kind and caring PCP. He is only in the Spring Hill office Mon & Wed 9am-5pm and it can be hard to get through to someone on the phone because Sherry the receptionist is always slammed.
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By: Wesley D.
Ravishankar Rao DR MD PA
I have been a long time patient of Dr. Rao's. I have had to call up their offices several times to beg for my insulin refills. My pharmacy will fax over the requests, and they go ignored. They claim their fax machine does not work, yet while I am standing in Dr. Rao's office getting my next appointment date, guess what...they receive a fax! This has gone on for several years now and I am tired of trying to get my medications which I rely on to live! Do yourself a favor and don't choose this doctor. Their staff is very unfriendly, offices unclean, and they never answer the telephone. The only way you will be able to contact them is to go to their office in person and threaten to goto another doctor
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By: Holly R.
Ocean Pediatric Care and After H
I have 3 children and have never been treated so kindly in a pediatricians office. Every staff member treated us w/ the utmost compassion.
By: Olivier R.
Babies Beyond Pediatrics
My children used to be patients of Dr. Bain a few years ago; however, I was beginning to become quite appalled by Dr. Bain's lack of commitment to his patients and I did not feel confident in his medical decisions. One of my friends left Dr. Bain and recommended me to All Pediatric Care and I am so happy with my switch as I have seen such an enormous difference in the quality of healthcare
By: Jodi R.
Babies Beyond Pediatrics
normally I don't like to write bad reviews for people a businesses but because of my most recent (and last) experience with Babies and Beyond I thought I should share. my son is just now a month and a half old, and is due for a circumcision in 5 days, and recently he's had his insurance switched. I called the doctors office to request a referral for him to be circumcised 5 days ago, and she told me she couldn't do anything until she had his insurance number and information. the next day I received his insurance card and the mail, and called the office to let them know so they could confirm his appointment and the woman I spoke to said she would take care of. yesterday, 3 days later, after receiving no information or phone call from the office, I called to speak with someone and see what was going on. she then told me she hadn't taken care of it today, and would take care of it that day and call, barking at me that she hadn't had the time. so, today, 4 short days before my sons appointment to be circumcised, I decided to call again to speak to a manager this time. (note I waited until an hour before closing to call) the woman on the phone then asked me why I wanted to speak to a manager, and after telling her why, she asked for my sons name, & when I told her she barked at me "she spoke to you yesterday!" and after explaining to her that she was supposed to call and confirm that the referral was complete she simply said "well I didn't hear her say she was going to call you". so after waiting a week, and being shouted at twice, now the nurse is using the fact that she "didn't hear her say that" as an excuse for my son not to have a referral to be circumcised in less than 5 days. as far as the doctors go, they're both very friendly and professional and it's honestly a shame that I have to leave the office because of irresponsible women.
By: twistedwankel
David L Terzigni DO
Dr. Terzigni has been my personal physician since we moved to Spring Hill in 2005 so that's 8 years ago. He just moved into his new office near Mariner which is really nice. He spends quality time with his patients. We share the hobby of cars so if I'm not ill we can talk about our latest rides. He has gotten my cholesterol to record low levels and kept me off BP meds at the age of 66. He is hooked up with enough specialists to see to the odd condition too. I personally like David Terzigni and respect his opinion. It is really nice to have a Dr who will probably not retire before I die.
Tips & Advices
A child should see his or her pediatrician frequently during the first few years. Once the child reaches age 3, parents should schedule a doctor's visit at least once per year. Before that, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents arrange visits according to the following schedule:
  • 2 to 5 days old
  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
  • 30 months old (2.5 years)
No, parents should call 911, an emergency physician, or a pediatric emergency physician if a child suffers an acute illness or injuries. Doctors in these fields are more qualified than pediatricians to handle emergency situations.
A well-visit is a routine visit with a pediatrician to track a child's development, discuss medical or emotional concerns, and receive immunizations and medical advice.
Yes, pediatricians provide immunizations for infants and children up through 21 years.
No, pediatricians do not have to be board certified.They're only required to have a state license. However, certification indicates a dedication to studying pediatrics beyond the requirements.

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