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October 26th, 2016
October 24th, 2016Finally some answers!!
June 10th, 2013OK Doctor, bad practice - highly unorganized
The first time we saw the doctor based on a referral from our pediatrician we waited 90 minutes. We had twin 2 year old boys at the time and most of the time was spent in an exam room. Needless to say with two crying kids...we were not happy. He gave us a diagnosis of a possible hernia and to come back for a follow up âsome timeâ in the future. 2 years later when our pediatrician told us to go again they had no paper work on us. Seems they only keep for a year (how stupid is that? Now days with cheap data storage). Another 90 minute wait!!! We had the surgery right before first day of camp for my now 4 year old. Told 7-10 days to resume activity (swimming, biking, etc.) but after 7 days wouldnât give us the go ahead for activity till the follow up which was 14 days. If we knew that we would have needed to come in for approval for activity we would have scheduled that at the time of surgery. Also doctor miswrote the codeine prescription, That would have been a mal-practice suit if the pharmacist didnât catch it. Mediocre practice at best, doctor has lack of detail which can be dangerous. Go elsewhere.
May 7th, 2013
Would not fill out of necessary military forms and insurance forms. Just stamped them and said full them out even though we stressed it needed to be filled out by the dr himself. Told us my daughter was a 4 out of 5 (being worst) on a scale but yet didn't want to see her for another 2 years which I believe was because we were moving just before then and didn't want to do another appointment. I am currently searching for another dr for my toddler because she has serious medical needs to which he does not want to address. Stay away!
February 5th, 2012
February 21st, 2011Best Surgeon
June 30th, 2010Wishy washy
kept changing his mind about diagnosis and need of medical treatment. did not review file before appointment and had to figure it out after coming in because I had to tell him his "assumption" was wrong. refused to make appointment after asking for appointment. brushed off a serious condition by saying it was an age issue, not a urology issue. he was wrong, and our daughter needed surgery, which was received too late to fix problem.
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