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By: Patricia D.
Knapp, James C, MD
We are so blessed to have this wonderful doctor close to where we live! The office staff, the nurses and doctors are responsive. The Health portal is so convenient!
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By: Victor M.
Raminder Mand MD Inc
whether you are in the hospital or just going to an office visit. the wait times are minimal and this doctor gets to the point . clear, concise doesnt waste time. whenever in the hospital, she would probably be there before family members as she has patients everywhere. excellent bedside manner and truly dedicates her life to her patients, i was fortunate enough to meet her and talk on several occassion, if only she were a primary doctor, wed take her in a second. much love to you Dr. Mand.
By: Nicole V.
Pazouki, Fatemeh, MD
I called to schedule an appointment because I thought that I was having a miscarriage. The Dr refused to fit me in, said the next available appointment was in 3 weeks, and would only order blood work, she did not even give me advice to take it easy, and when I told the receptionist how bad I felt and asked if it was safe for me to work I was told that I could not receive information or a note for work until the doctor had reviewed my blood results and would then decide (it took over 2 days for her to get the results). It was a week long ordeal, I ended up having to go to the emergency room a couple of days later because she refused to see me and I did have a miscarriage. Throughout everything I was never once contacted by either the doctor or even a nurse, my only interaction was with a receptionist, even when it came to getting my results for the previously run blood work, it was the receptionist who I had to contact and get the results from over the phone. While the receptionists were nice this is the worst doctor that you could possibly go to, no concern for emergency situations or for your health and safety. If you have any choice do not go to this doctor, you are not in safe or competent hands.
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By: mandy.medeiros.50
Dr. R R Winkler, MD
The best doctor I ever had! He is wonderful! Im so lucky to have found him!
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