• 1.Mercado, Marlene, MD

    300 SE Hospital Ave

    Stuart,FL

    0.63 mi

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10/10/2012
By: mimibrooks
Sherman, Michael S MD
I have chosen this Dr for the last seven years. His bedside manner is unbelievable. He is incredibly smart but will not over manage your health but misses very little. He also cared for my father ,who pasted away from Cancer last December in a calm caring way. He also sees my 86 year old mother with Dementia and he is so respectful to her and often makes her smile. Awesome
12/01/2015
By: Stuart S.
Sabol, Stuart J MD FACS
This is Dr. Sabol responding to the 11/18/2015 review. We make every effort to be on time, but due to emergencies there might be a delay. We strive to give patient care in an expedient manner. We try our best to limit these delays as much as possible. Thank you for your review. It is greatly appreciated.
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03/11/2016
By: Rene G.
Meso Therapy
Dr. Ahner listens to you and hears your concerns and addresses each one. You aren't rushed through the the process and his new staff is so helpful and personable. Sunny is a new addition that I love! Keep up the great work, more doctors should be like you!
06/18/2012
By: lewis.bergman.1
Water's Edge Dermatology-Mayomi Omura, MD
Dr. Minni was so caring and thorough. The staff was exceptional and the place so clean and well appointed. I definitely will go back there again.
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11/18/2015
By: Lauren K.
Sabol, Stuart J MD FACS
Good doctor, not thrilled with the office staff. Office runs behind so it's better to book an appt in the morning
10/31/2014
By: Bette K.
Sabol, Stuart J MD FACS
Wonderful caring person. Just needs to step up being on time!!!
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