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  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  As close to a "Quack" this Doctor is.  |  show details
by J. Garrido on Dec 16th, 2013

This man who received a Medical Physician's degree from a "diploma mill"-type university not only abused his power as a Doctor in Psichiatry, but he wrongly diagnosed me. He is not to be trusted. 28 years ago he did me great harm and time has proven his profound incompetence.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Para el Dr. Casuso.  |  show details
Sep 24th, 2012

Excelente como medico y siquiatra. Me encantaria tener a este excelente medico cubano, honrado con infinidad de titulos, no tan solo como siquiatra, sino tambien como ex-preso politico y veterano de la Bahia de Cochinos, como amigo en Facebook.!Un abrazo Enrique, hermano!!Y gracias por tratar a mi esposa Ileana Rodriguez tan bien como lo haces!

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  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
 |  Research on Dr. Casuso's degree  |  show details
Aug 31st, 2012

Apparently Dr. Casuso was a 21 year old medical student at the University of Havana, Cuba when the Castro regime arrested him and many others as a result of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion. Dr. Casuso was sentenced to 20 years and served several years of of that sentence at the prison in Isla de Pino. It is not clear how far along he was in his pre-med studies or if he was able to complete the requirement for a U.S. medical degree at CETEC University in the two years attended. There is no opportunity in Cuba for a prisoner to attended Medical School while in prison. I apologize to the doctor if there has been a rush to judgement, he may well be one of the few with a legitimate degree, but it is still unclear as to the validity of the degree and Cetec was closed due to widespread fraud of selling medical degrees.

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  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  Keep looking for another doctor before choosing this dorctor  |  show details
Apr 10th, 2012

I couldn't agree more with the person that posted his/her review on February 22, 2012.I hope that anyone reading these reviews do it before they choose to be a patient of this doctor or their love one's and not like me.Two months ago I had to put my mom in an "assisted living facility", she suffers from dementia senile, This center refers to this Dr. Casuso as a "great psychiatrist". My mom went from 0.25 mg Alprazolan prescribed by her former doctor to a 30 mg. of Temazepan and 1.0 mg of Lorazepan twice a day. I knew she had to be properly medicated to calm her anxiety specially after such an abrupt change in her routine besides she's never been away from the family but I never imagine that a " great doctor" will prescribed such a high dose to a 91 year old, 5 feet, 120 lbs. She could not coordinate words, she hardly could walk, she had to be feed, after 14 consecutive days taking the medication. I called this doctor six times in a day to call the center to stop the medication, he never replied, never went to see my mom for follow up.Just for your information the recommended dose of Temazepan when treating insomnia is typically 15 mg. taken at bedtime just before trying to go to sleep. For elderly people or people with other medical problems, the recommended dose is lower: 7.5 mg taken at bedtime. Temazepan is intended only for short-term use. Taking it for longer than seven to ten days is usually considered appropriated.

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  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  This doctor should not be practicing medicine  |  show details
Feb 22nd, 2012

In the spring of 1983, the U.S. Postal Service uncovered a scandal involving the widespread production of fraudulent medical diplomas and other unethical practices on the part of officials at CETEC and CIFAS Universities in the Dominican Republic and their U.S. agents. During the course of their Investigation, other medical schools in the Dominican Republic and Caribbean were implicated. Thousands of individuals - many of them nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, chiropractors, podiatrists - bought fraudulent transcripts and diplomas for prices ranging from $8,000 to $50,000. They spent little or no time attending the school listed on their diploma. As a result of the postal investigators' findings, licensing boards across the United States were forced to investigate the backgrounds of thousands of applicants and licensees who had attended the implicated schools. Individuals who were found to have submitted false documentation had their licenses revoked or were dismissed from training programs. Dominican authorities closed two schools, CETEC and CIFAS, and jailed several administrators who were involved in document forgery schemes.As a result of the above scandal, the Division of Licensing disapproved CETEC on May 19, 1983. With investigators from the Enforcement Division, the Division formed a License Investigation Task Force (LIFT) to investigate the extent of fraudulent documentation among graduates of offshore schools with pending licensure applications in California. In addition to confirming unethical practices involving bogus documents and transfer credit, LIFT investigators uncovered widespread violations of Section 1327 of Title 16, California Code of Regulations; at least 15 hospitals in California were unlawfully training offshore students in clinical clerkships. In many cases, students received little or no supervision or evaluation. In some instances, offshore schools granted students clinical credit for clerkships that had included no hands-on clinical training.This school opened in 1979 and was closed by the Dominican Republic in 1983, due to widespread fraud of selling Medical Degrees. This doctor graduated in 1981 after only two years at this school. This doctor should be reported To the Florida and Georgia Board of medicine to have his credentials investigated.My brother suffered from severe depression, and was a patient of this doctor. The doctor was of very little help to him and kept him heavily medicated.I will be reporting Dr. Casuso to both the Florida and Georgia Board of Medicine for furthur investigation of his degree and I will also be reporting Westchester Hospital to HFAP, their accrediting Agency for having this doctor practicing in their hospital.

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  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  Dr. Enrique Casuso  |  show details
Aug 28th, 2011

Does not have good bedside manner. Needs to improve his listening skills.

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  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Dr. enrique casuso  |  show details
Aug 26th, 2011

he is the best psychiatrist in miami

  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
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Aug 9th, 2011

This Dr. has a rough manner, he is always too busy to have time for his patients and does not seem to care, he seems to be too extended ( too many patients). He is of low moral character, having an affair with a Daisy Fundora while his wife was sick with cancer.

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  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
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Sep 21st, 2010

This Dr. is caring, listens well, and is very good at diagnosing.

  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  DR. ENRIQUE CASSUSO  |  show details
by I. M. on May 18th, 2010


  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  MONEY HUNGRY  |  show details
Apr 19th, 2010

This physicia went to a one of many diploma mill like medical school in the Dominican Republic.He should notbe allowed to practice medicine