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By: Deanna E.
Mendelson, Jeffrey D, MD
Dr. Jeff operated on my elderly Mother twice. She was 90 years old when had her hip surgery. She had great recovery both times.
By: Paul G.
Mendelson, Jeffrey D, MD
To Whom it may concern this Doctor and all there associates and St. Johns Macomb Hospital:LET THE BUYER BE WARE:SUMMARY ABOUT THIS DOCTOR1. Informs me that my knee replacement to large from his own X-rays.2. Rights a script for Nuclear Medicine for a total bone scan in which I did that ASAP, however this facility what'd copies of this Doctor X-rays informed Nuclear Medicine they on have the left knee. See Item One!3. Tells something else to Patient Relations and other Doctors with a total different story.4. Summary of Nuclear Medicine inform this Doctor that it might be a infection and should be drained and to make sure it is not a infection. This so call Doctor referred in a infectious Disease,. Disease Doctor referred my back to this Doctor WOW around and around I go.5. Then my for surprise I get a call from this Doctor Physical Therapy to start this, however, I did give the so called Doctor a business card of my Physical Therapy Doctor. 6. Wild information know this Doctors whats nothing to do with me.REMEMBER THERE OTHER GREAT HOSPITALS NEAR BY IN FACT THREE OF THEM ARE: HENRY FORD MACOMB, WILLIAM BEAUMONT TROY, AND CRITTENTON HOSPITALS YOU REALLY SHOULD CALLING THEM FOR A EXCELLENT DOCTOR INSTEAD OF THIS PLACE:
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By: Farida A.
DMC Sports Medicine-Warren
Bad service' bad front desk and very bad and rude manger I'm sorry because I spent my time with DMC sport medicine, I will advise my friends to not go to this locaton at 12mile rd warren becase of this rude manger and bad service, I'm sorry Dr Haqe you are good doctor but your staff are very bad, I feel bad for being like this stuff in this location and with this good Dr, I think before they work and have money, they have to have humanity and think about the patients how they are suffering from the disease... DONT go to this location!!!! They are the worst stuff and manager ever!!!!!!!
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By: William W.
DMC Sports Medicine-Warren
This place is out of sight! I had three procedures done here and every one was an over the top good experience. I will recommend this place to anyone. The staff will make you feel like family from the time you sign in to get looked it to the the time you come out of surgery. Overall great experience. Dr. Gorski, thanks for all you have done! You are the greatest.
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