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By: Julie J.
Dr. Tania Calzada, MD
My husband was recently brought by ambulance to Helene Fuld Capital Health Saturday, 10/14/17, to the Emergency Room, where he received excellent care by the ER doctors and nurses. They were unsure of his condition for hours, thinking he had a stroke. Luckily that was not the case, but he has extreme vertigo. As I said, the ER experience was pleasant, however, he needed to be admitted to the hospital and the care he received from Dr. Tania Calzada was atrocious. She saw him for merely 2 minutes of her time. He had been seen throughout the day by at least 2 doctors and 3 nurse, all of whom told him he cannot drive, not work for a whole week. However, her written instruction was the opposite. She instructed that he should be going to work as normal...which is the very next day!! She doesnt know what he does, where he lives in conjunction to work....and for most of the last night, they thought he had a stroke for crying out loud. That's had bad he was. He still is dizzy and sees double. This doctor is simply stated an a**hole who is horrible at her job. If you or a loved one has to have this horrible doctor, please be mindful of her neglect and poor judgment.
By: Victoria D.
Hamilton Medical Group
The other review on this page is completely WRONG. that is just someone who didn't get their way. This is the best facility out there and you won't regret going there! I should know-I've been going there for YEARS!! The doctors and staff are wonderful and beyond helpful. People who are bitter just write bad things about them on here because they didn't get there way... trust me..this is the place to go to!!
By: happygolucky3
Hamilton Medical Group
This is not a doctor's office. Its a meat market. So if you dont really care about yourself and want to run in for a quick fix and see ya whenever, then this is the doctors office for you!!! Also you will be greeted by an extremely rude, condescending unprofessional office staff. And if you need the office manager because you are having a problem...she will tell you "thats our policy and I'm married to the Doctor! " get it all here!! If my best friend asked about these doctors, I'd tell them NO NO NO!! Worse Medical Care and Nastiest Office Personnel in Hamilton!! I didnt want to give it any stars, but the site would not let me send without a star.
By: popin-in
Novik & Stawicki Medical Associates
This has to be one of the worst doctors in NJ. This guy got his degree from clown school and the office is run by a group of nasty women who are totally disorganized. I would NOT trust this crew with my health or well being. I wound up in the emergency room because of this doctor's ignorance and chaotic office staff. If you want the "lunch room ladies" and "class clown" overseeing your medical issues this is the place to go, but if you want solid professionals, look elsewhere.
Tips & Advices
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
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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