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By: marifar
Hussein, Fadhil A, MD
Dr. Hussein has a very efficient office and pleasant staff. The wait time has been less than 10 minutes each time I've visited their office accompanying my father. While in St. Anne's hospital, my father was visited daily with progress reports.Dr. Hussein is very friendly, conscientious and thorough and we appreciate his prompt care of my father's cardiology needs over the years. The process of obtaining my father's PTINR now involves a finger poke instead of drawing blood. I am impressed with this also, as well as his Hospital affiliation with St V's and St. Annes Mercy.
By: Meghan L.
Tsang Albert MD
Dr. Tsang gets an A++ from me for both surgical skills and personality; he performed my recent colectomy and made sure my surgery/recovery went as smoothly as possible. He addressed any questions/concerns I had throughout the process very well. Interactions with him were positive and reassuring; he was always thorough and respectful, not intimidating/patronizing at all. Took the time to ensure we were always on the same page. I’d trust him in a heart-beat to perform surgery on me again in the future if necessary.
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By: Billie jo M.
Durden, Roye K, MD
Excellent, kind, compassionate, caring, understanding, and a true hero in my life! Without Roye, I don't know what I would do or would have done! He's easy to warm up to, talk to and confide in! I trust nobody but it took maybe 3 visits and I trusted that I could be honest with him and could feel the concern from him. Thank you Roye for helping me believe in myself for the first time in my almost 30 years of life! I Dont care what anyone says, including you, YOU ARE A HERO TO MANY WHO KNOW YOU! ♥
By: M R.
Jason Voorhies MD
Dr Voorhies told me in the hospital he wanted to see me in 2 weeks. But I could not get in for 5 weeks. The staff did not sem to care that he said 2 weeks. But it has all worked out okay. I am feeling much better after 5 wks out. At 2 wks I felt awful. Meeting Dr. Voorhies since the hospital was very good. He was polite, helpful, kind and I have confidence he knows what he is doing.
By: T U.
Jason Voorhies MD
Overall satisfied with service provided. Felt confident in the care I was receiving. Still found myself having a lot of questions after my apt, so perhaps would've liked a more thorough review of the procedure. Calling to schedule was quite difficult, it took multiple calls and messages before I finally got through (over a week).
By: K Z.
Jason Voorhies MD
We were very pleased with the level of professional medical knowledge and competency offerd by Dr. Voorhies. His skill has extended my life and it's quatlity. Recognizing that, follow up appts more delayed by 2 hrs. It seems same knof of procedure can put in place to eliminate these delays.
By: sue.cousino.5
Pediatricare Associates
These doctors are great. When I went to another doctors office it got to a point where I only saw nurse practitioners and not doctors. You don't have to worry about that here. You always see a doctor and they are all nice and take time with you. Great practice!
By: Jill C.
Coleman Lucia MD
Dr. Coleman is a wonderful doctor because she really cares. I've never had a doctor like her before. Losing her as a doctor when I move will be my greatest loss in leaving Toledo.
By: Sam A.
Jason Voorhies MD
I had surgery in June. I had to have a fusion to fix my back pain. Dr Voorhies did an amazing job! My back is at least 80-90 percent better as far as pain goes.
By: Cherry M.
Jason Voorhies MD
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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.
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