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By: Suzanne C.
Manolisa T Cornel-Manaloto MD
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By: Juan R.
Dalewood Walk in Clinic- Dalewood Medical Ent
This place is in a beat up plaza. I know a couple of employees here and it was bought by new Arab owners almost two years ago and goes by Dalewood Medical Center. I will not come back here after my last visit, three months back. They just care about money here and the doctors are Arabs, who speak Arabic and barely no english. They run you in and out and dont answer questions. Ill visit Patient First instead.
By: Lk K.
Dalewood Walk in Clinic- Dalewood Medical Ent
This place is something else. I came here for my son and they tried to sell me deals on STD testing! They were pushing this on my in front of my son. This place is desperate for business. Also the doctors speak very poor English, so its hard to understand.
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By: Silvia F.
Dalewood Walk in Clinic- Dalewood Medical Ent
Been going to this clinic for years, it was nice to see the change in management and the cosmetic upgrades. Dr. Salehi and Dr. Azer are my favorite. They are both very good at what they do. At a time where I didn't have insurance and couldn't afford the "run-around", Dr. Salehi diagnosed my son with testicular cancer and specialist confirmed it. Her accent is a bit hard to understand but she's detailed and straight to the point.
By: Kd P.
Doctors Express
The doctor and staff and Doctors Express here in Lake Ridge we caring and efficient. I just moved to the area and ran out of my prescription for high blood pressure. They were very welcoming and the office is nice.
By: Jim B.
Dalewood Walk in Clinic- Dalewood Medical Ent
I came here last month and the experience was miserable. The young receptionist up front was lost. The doctor was plain rude and rushed me. Also the place is very very dirty.
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By: Betty W.
Dr. Stephanie S Williams, MD
Just had a hysterectomy. She did a fabulous job where my recovery is going very well with no pain. She is very caring and responds to all queries. I would highly recommend Dr. Williams.
By: Taylor P.
Doctors Express
The Lake Ridge Doctors Express has been my go-to for my kid's colds, cut chins and sports physicals. They always get me in and out the door quickly - thanks!
By: Michael F.
Oraee Sam MD
I had a visit with Dr. Oaree in August of 2013 while I was looking for a pain Dr. closer to my home. I was referred to Dr. Oaree by my worker's comp. carrier. I have had 11 previous surgeries and the Dr. saw me for less than 3 minutes for what he called an "evaluation". Needless to say, I did not return to him for the next visit as he seemed to be in too much of a hurry to properly evaluate me and my spinal condition. He did not have the time or willingness to sit and talk and answer the many questions I had. Needless to say, I was not even slightly impressed with the way he handled this so I would definately not recommend him to anyone.
By: zkhawja
One Care Medical
I switched my PCP, found Dr. Jani a great physician. But so disappointed by her staff. So rude, will refuse to accommodate you if you are sick. I mp
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