Saint Joseph Hospital in Syracuse, NY with Reviews -

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By: Jaye R.
A G Musa MD
Dr. Musa is literally a "one in a million." Worked for him for about a year and I was told by a fellow co-worker, "you will need to look under many rocks to find another Dr. like this one." This Dr. cares only about the patient, not what insurance they have or how fat their wallets are. I have witnessed him take care of women who had neither insurance or money without a second thought. He also took care of his staff very well also. I have never experienced any Dr. like this. He is retired now. Today's Dr's should take the example and make patients the first priority, not the money!
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By: Wanda W.
Brighton Medical Associates
The best medical facility available for people who are older . Dr Nanavati rocks! He cares and the nurses are excellent there as well. Receptionists are beautiful people.
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