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By: Jason W.
Ekhaya Youth Project
I worked for these people and was extremely dedicated. I even went into my own pocket daily to make sure that my youth had something to eat. I was falsely accused of giving money to a family for their son to go to YCP, when in actuality I took him to Wal Mart and bought all of his supplies myself. I made employee of the month right before being terminated. I was devastated as well as the youth and families that I had built relationships with. I recommend finding another alternative to these people. They are only concerned with numbers. I was too good for them and for that they canned me.
By: Lisa M.
Rita Agarwal MD
Rita Agarwal has been seeing my 13 yr. old daughter for over a year. No progress has been made at all and she has steadily gotten worse. She is now at Brentwood in Shreveport with Dr. Feeney which has determined that my daughters meds were not what she should be taking and Rita was over medicating her. Also what Rita has diagnosed her for being bi polar she is not. No one who needs mental help should see this Rita person.
By: Margaret C.
Danna, Lawrence J Dr
Dr. Danna is one of the most caring and professional doctors I have ever had the pleasure to see. I recommend him to all my friends.
By: Tamra A.
Danna, Lawrence J Dr
First off, the is by far the worse place I have ever been! The staff is VERY RUDE! I just left after waiting 2 and a half hours with a one year and still didn't get seen! If you go here be prepared to stay for at least 3 hours before being seen!
By: Kelly K.
Rita Agarwal MD
Do not go here. She is the full embodied reason of why I hate Psychiatrists. I just went to go see her for the first time after my previous Psychiatrist retired. I was not referred to her but had waited last minute to make an appointment and she was the only one I could get ahold of. She kept cutting me off each time I would try to answer her question. She was VERY pushy about personal stuff that I was not comfortable talking about. I understand its important to be aware of those things but I dont think its okay to push someone their first visit to give details and react in such an insensitive manner. She acted as though she was asking what I had for lunch. She did not ask about my panic disorder or what causes my panic attacks at all. Nothing relevant. She also kept on pushing more meds on me which I made very clear I did not want. She ended up giving me an SSRI to take for a week or so before I start my period. I know that they first off, dont work that way- they have to build up in your system, and second, that its dangerous to do that. When I asked her if that would even work or was safe, her response was "I dont know, we'll see". Ummmm sorry I'm not your experiment. She laughed at very legitimate questions that I had and referenced to me as "Uneducated". When I said "excuse me?" she went on to explain what uneducated meant... I could not believe how she was acting. I was taken back by it. I informed her that I was educated and wasn't sure where she got that from.... I guess the same place where she got that I was married, had kids, and lived in shreveport, all which is false. I will never go back to her again, but I am genuinely concerned about her other patients that believe she knows best. In the end I felt like she was a pill pusher and to her I was nothing more than a file or insurance claim. She is terrible. Her staff was very nice, though, which was nice since i had to wait 1 hour and 15 minutes for my appointment.
By: sharon.williams.1426
Legg OD Malinda DR
Extremely professional yet very personal at the same time. Dr. Legg worked me in when I injured my eye during the day. Her staff was very friendly and welcomed me even though I had to come in at a busy time. Dr. Legg was the best! I heard her working with other patients while I was waiting my turn and she was just as friendly with them as she was with me. She took great care with my eye and even checked with me later that day to see if I was doing okay. I would recommend her over any doctor that I have used. Very efficient and thorough!! Thanks, Dr. Legg and staff!!!
By: breanna.dean.9
Danna, Lawrence J Dr
This is one of the worst doctors offices ever!! I wanted 2 hours to get in a room and was 15 minutes early for my appointment. They did not apologize for wasting my time and were rude. I was not happy with my experience here. Will never return.
By: trulymom
Zizzi, Henry C III MD FACS
He is the kind of guy that explains things where you fully understand them. He has a down to earth personality. Talks to you as your friend and not like he is some high and mighty surgeon. I would recommend him to anyone. He is such a wonderful surgeon as well. A five star Doc and great guy!!
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