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By: Greg K.
Dr. Richard F Kay, MD
Dr Kay is an incredible physician! Not your standard Dr that rushes you through an appointment. I have been a patient for several years and have been able to get in quickly to see him whenever I have needed to and the followup and follow through with all his staff is first rate. There have been times when he has run behind on appointments but that is because he takes all the time needed with every patient, and I would rather have great health outcomes then cookie cutter rushed through appointments!
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By: Kim F.
Dr. Karina K Azank, MD
She is very snooty and talks down to you when you disagree with her. She is not a very good listener, she is more concerned about your copay then your health.
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By: Christina B.
Lifetime Family Urgent Care
Dr. Yousef truly cares about his patients! My son had to get stitches and he was so calming and caring. My son wants to say thank you for stitching him up. He took his time and made sure my son was numbed up before proceeding. Thank you Dr. Yousef for all that u did for us tonight! I completely trust his judgement and loved his nurses and staff. You can't honestly get a better group of people than he has. Well done. And we always tell him, he is our extended family! We Love that entire office!
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By: Lindsey C.
Borra MD Sujatha PA
Waited for 45 mins to see the doctor for 4-5 mins! Wouldn't take the time to sit and speak with me just wanted to write me a perscription for migraines when I had many other things going on. Will not be going back! Not to mention the office was filthy and smelled of cigarette smoke.
By: John Y.
Lewis Jr, Bertram A, MD
Very difficult to get an appointment with even with a potentially serious condition and referral, and it's even harder to get someone to answer the phone or call you back to make that appointment. Beware! Office demands you arrive a minimum of 30-minutes before an appointment to fill out their extensive paperwork. My Internist shares the office and I was initially told they could get most of the information they need between doctors staff, but today I was refused to be seen because I arrived only 5-minutes before my appointment (but wasn't told about the extensive paperwork and 30-minute rule previously). I waited 8 weeks to be seen and drove almost an hour to get there and now they want me to reschedule? What is contained in this special paperwork that is so different, so crucial that a patient can't be seen (a patient who's main doctor is the only other doctor in the office)??? Sometimes a person just gets "too big for their britches" as the old saying goes. I believe Dr. Bertram Lewis fits that saying. Not recommended.
By: Suzanne C.
Lewis Jr, Bertram A, MD
Great doctor, very personable, very gentle demeanor with great credentials. I was very nervous about a procedure and Dr. Lewis talked to me throughout the procedure allowing me to relax. I will keep him as my Urologist. Do not hesitate to make an appointment with Dr. Lewis you won't be sorry!
By: kendra.k.hanson
Dr. Manish N Shah, MD
My children had a good experience with the PA who works with Dr. Shah- but when I tried to make an appointment was told that new policy is that the receptionist cannot make appointments for new patients until after Dr. Shah reviews their completed paperwork. I WASNT ALLOWED TO EVEN MAKE AN APPOINTMENT until AFTER my PAPERWORK was REVIEWED! That should be illegal! He is obviously pre-screening patients.When I became upset and asked to speak with the Dr. I was assured the Dr. or Office manager would call me back. That was 5 days ago! I will be pulling the records for my entire family and finding a physician who cares more about the patient than their pre-screened paperwork
By: amanda.brewington.10
Lifetime Family Urgent Care
Ive been to different urgent care facilities, ER waiting rooms and have seen other physicians, but none of them can compare to the quality of service that I recieved at Lifetime Family Urgent Care. When I came as a first time patient I had no idea of the service I was about to recieve. Im use to the normal rude, in a hurry kind of place, where the doctor only sees you for a mere 5minutes, if that, but not here. I was greeted by smiles at reception, very friendly and informative, and the medical assistants that took me back into the room was also very up-beat and kind. They took down all of my medical history and any concerns that I was having, and shortly after I was seeing Dr. Yousef. He's not like most doctors, he actually takes his time to listen to all of your concerns and answer all of your questions. He is very informative and easy to talk to, which you dont find that quality in many physicians, they seem to always be in a hurry to get out of the room, but that wasnt the case here. I left the office feeling like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders, finally a doctor that listens and cares. Not only are they an urgent care facility but also a family doctor, I know because I just switched, and now I found out they also have a weight loss program, this might just be the place to kick start my New Year's Resolution a little early. Thank you Dr.Yousef and staff for all of your help and for taking care of me :)
By: adam.niccum
Florida Medical Clinic
This place is very unprofessional they are not helpful at all the staff is rude and disrespectful they will cancel appts and not even call to let you know.
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By: momofutureceo
Insight Family Eyecare
I just walked in the door from taking my three year old to his first eye exam. Before we got there I thought this could really go bad fast... but they were AMAZING! The Dr.'s and the rest of the staff were sooo great with him. The office was really the nicest I have ever been in. They had a great childrens play area and my son felt so at ease he even wanted to take his shoes off lol! The Dr. def. knew what he was talking about and I am so thankful that I chose this office. Oh, and my son had a blast... I know of all places he had fun at the eye Dr.! This is the only eye Dr. my family will ever go to again.
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