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02/05/2017
By: Stas L.
Crooks, William, MD
Would not recommend. Arrogant,not listening to the patient. At my annual, i needed him to order Complete blood count, Urinalysis and cholesterol. The last one was required by my Employer as a part of my Wellness Assessment and needs to be checked every year before end of February, otherwise my insurance premium will be $500 more.The blood count and urine test was intended for my own on-going health monitoring.His respone was: " you don't need any blood work. You look healthy"
03/30/2016
By: Jamie R.
DR Janice Hitzhusen Pease DR Janice
I DO NOT recommend visiting this physician. I was very desperate to find a good doctor and unfurnately i ended up here. If you like old school I guess that's fine but not me. I mean she is a nice lady but she likes talking a lot about things that have nothing to do with your health and honestly I don't have time for chit chatting im very busy and I gotta get to work. She's does not have any medical assistant or nurses its just her and her rude secretary which who knows if she has any medical experience. My second visit nobody too my blood pressure, height weight etc. Anyways. What really made me upset was that I got blood work done 3 weeks ago!!!! The doctor told me to call for results in two days which I did and they didn't have anything. The secretary said she was going to call back which she never did. I have called 5 times and I have try to be as nice as possible. She just asks me for a phone number(which they should already have in their records) for the doctor to reach me at.
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03/07/2016
By: Melissa B.
Dr. Deborah A Ford, MD
Love Dr. Ford. But...whoever answers the phone is rude and judgemental. Not a good way to represent someone.
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02/09/2016
By: Susan W.
Dr. Yushan Chang Wilson, MD
I went to Dr. Wilson because of a problem with my peripheral vision. She was extremely thorough and explained the surgery she would do in great detail. Whether she was late or on time, she never made me feel rushed. If she was running late, it was worth the wait. I highly recommend her!
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06/06/2015
By: Logan T.
Dr. David A Mazin, MD
Dr. Mazin seemed inattentive, dismissive, and uninterested. He spent less than 10 minutes with me. I have several injuries, and even though he had only spent a few minutes with me, after briefly addressing one injury, he refused to address another. The symptoms he did address were done so with a very, very brief and superficial physical evaluation...even though I told him these symptoms had lasted almost 10 years, required two surgeries, and prohibited many daily activities. He asked almost no probing questions. His prescription for me was equally as uninvolved and dismissive. Additionally, his office gave me the wrong address, so I was an hour late (though they were very courteous).
08/19/2013
By: ellenbl
Dr. Yushan Chang Wilson, MD
It was easy to get an appointment with this practice. I was seen at the appointed time. Dr. Wilson listened carefully to my description of symptoms and then did a thorough examination. She always explained what she was doing and what it would feel like. She discussed various options for treatment.I found her easy to talk with and liked her professionalism.I would recommend her to someone needing an ENT.
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