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01/26/2017
By: Habibi M.
Prasad, Madan, MD
The absolute worst Neurologist in Northern CA! First his English is very very poor. I went to him for a second opinion and when I asked him to read my MRI, he said "I won't read your MRI, I will read the notes from the Radiologist he is more of an expert than I am." Again I recanted I need you to look at the MRI and tell me what I have. He recanted, "I will not look at your MRI, this is not the way we do things here, if you want me to look at your MRI later I will do so. I was telling him about I saw the tumor in my head. He recanted why do you think you have a tumor? I saw it. He said who showed it to you? The prior Neurologist and Neurosurgeon showed me a white mass. The only reason is they did not know what it was...And so I have been waiting so long for a second opinion. Truthfully what good is a second opinion if all he is going to do is base his expertise on notes from the Radiologist?? I explained to him I have having leg pain, he recanted, "Oh sounds like Diabetes." I have perfect blood work I replied. Just a complete ass. Very upsetting because I have been suffering with shocks in my head for five years and I cannot get the one time I ask for a second opinion a diagnosis? He said the Radiologist. said it was something with the blood vessel which I have never been told this and he said this is typical with persons who smoke. He asked me if I smoke. I never have smoked! And I informed his receptionist twice of all my medical past and he did not read his assistance notes? Truthfully I left his office very upset and will never return!
12/28/2016
By: Linda P.
Dr. Michael William Smith, MD
Dr. Smith is great. He is caring and really knowledgable re: mental health issues. His office is comforting as it looks out over the water.I travel quite aways to see him yet it is alright as he is a true professional.
12/22/2016
By: Darlene C.
Josebelo D. Chong M.D.
Do you want and need a doctor that is knowledgeable, compassionate and patient? Going to see the doctor is seldom what we refer to as a delight but in this case it was exactly that. If you have pulmonary problems and wish to understand your diagnosis and find the best solution available, you will not be disappointed with Dr. Josebelo Chong.
10/16/2016
By: Melinda S.
St Joseph's Med Group-Stockton
This hospital has been in Stockton for many years. It's fine. It not very modern. They took care of mother when she was ill.
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09/30/2016
By: Gary D.
Coates Patrick J MD
Dr. Coates is truly an exceptional Doctor. I highly recommend him GARY DEBAKER. Marin county. Previously 41st Ave., San Francisco
09/02/2016
By: Chris G.
DR Lanetta Hill MD
Hard to get appointments with this med group. Services I've had here are fine but I decided to switch to another.
04/21/2016
By: Judy W.
Dr. Edward L Cahill, MD
I have only seen him at St. Joseph's Medical Center where he did my surgery. He was very knowledgeable. I liked the way he explained my options in detail and let me decide which way I wanted to have my broken leg fixed. He didn't rush me and continued to answer my questions fully while I was trying to make up my mind. At the hospital one day, he saw my leg wasn't elevated or being iced and he made the nurses correct that right away.He did show his impatient side a couple of times when I asked about my test results before they were ready. He is not able to control it.I think it's very poor form when a doctor wants to charge to fill out forms like cindka mentioned in the first post. You know they will have an assistant fill it out. The doctor will just sign the damn thing anyway. The 4 Star rating for Facility was for St. Josephs Hospital in Stockton, CA where I saw Dr. Cahill. After my appointment with him at his office on Aprill 22, I'll post more..
03/11/2016
By: realwomenrideharleys
DR Lanetta Hill MD
He is the most unprofessional uncaring doctor I've ever seen. She called me a liar and said that she did not believe I was in pain. Steer clear of this doctor I can't call out the names that I would like to but I'll leave that to your imagination. You'll find her in the gutter
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01/17/2016
By: Debra B.
Jahangiri, Samira C, MD
Samira jahongiri is an excellent Dr.
01/13/2015
By: Skylar R.
Berbano Melba A MD Inc.
It's my first pregnancy and I have never had such horrible experience at a doctor before. First of all, they are VERY dirty, 2, I had no privacy AT ALL! I'm 100% sure that they do not fully sanitize their tools; for example the tools for a Pap smear. And when I was asked if I had a previous pregnancy I said I did and it ended in a miscarriage, she posted it as an "abortion" which I would NEVER do ! Very disrespectful and you NEVER meet the doctor. All the "nurses" are very rude and say negative things about you. Please don't waste your time! Pregnancy should be a joyous time especially at the doctors where u can actually see how your baby is developing.
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