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05/15/2017
By: Sonia P.
Fischer Family Medicine P A
The place had bad vibes to say the least.I only have one star because the zero star was not an option. Two nurses were actually kindThe doctor is absolutely miserable and useless.After coming in and not introducing herself...She never actually addresses the reasons you are there and has the worst personality. I say I can't sleep she ignores me.I say I'm suffering terribly from extreme allergies and she recommend nasacort. The cream I was given for my eczema was a joke and I needed to bring a copy of an old script for her to get me.The possible legion on my back that brought me to the doctor originally was never discussed with me by doctor....this is after the incompetent front desk was nasty (they ignored me for minutes at the desk the first visit).they had the nurse come I and tell me I never paid co pay..they never even spoke with me or asked when I arrived.Went up to pay after the visit and they had no clue what I came to the desk for!!..asked if I had a physical..clearly no one knows anything at the desk! ...it would be one thng to deal with poor bedside manner to get excellent care but it's all bad there.dont do it!!!
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08/03/2015
By: Steve N.
Dichiara & Lozowski Family Medicine
Best doctors on the planet. Very caring
11/18/2014
By: Matt R.
Water Street Physicians
I was sick about a month ago I called them for an appointment, I asked them if they took my insurance, and they said yes. A month later I get a bill in the mail for over 200$. Apparently they don't. front desk needs to learn how to do their job. They should have informed me when I initially made the appointment that they don't take my specific plan of insurance rather then misleading me thinking that I was covered.
10/14/2011
By: jrzygrl72
Fischer Family Medicine P A
I have been going here since 99 great dr and physician assistant and alsoOffice staff!
05/07/2011
By: wwwwthes
Toms River Family Medical Center
Caring doc, nice staff. Recent renovation.
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