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May 1st, 2012Some things to consider...
Although Dr Otero is very nice, professional and patient, she has drawbacks. She is too conservative in her treatment and I've been forced to switch doctors. After close to 3 years of weekly allergy shots, I've been unable to go less frequently because I'm not getting relief. She is reluctant to be more aggressive with doses, although I've asked repeatedly and have had no reactions. It seems the goal is to keep patients on the shot regimen instead of trying to wean them off. Wait time is horrendous - last 3 office visits required me to wait 1-1.5 hours before she even walked into the exam room.Paperwork gets lost - last 2 times vials needed to be made-up, the office lost the paperwork, causing me to miss shots.Shots are only given 2x per week.
June 23rd, 2010Mystery Rash
October 21st, 2009Run Away
Any doctor that will prescribe steriods and antibiotics to a child and then will not answer a parent's question over the phone regarding a reaction should not practice medicine on children. Office policy is that only the nurse practitioner will return phone calls. The doctor is not available at all.
February 21st, 2009Great Job!
Very pleased with service and location.
July 28th, 2008Would highly recommend
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