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Have you seen Dr. Enrique Davila?
April 8th, 2016Live Saver(s)
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October 31st, 2014very unprofessional
August 26th, 2014Rudeness
I went with my mother to see Dr Davila. We came 1 hour before her appointment and she was number 6th in the waiting list. People after her went inside before her. I'll check the waiting list again and they were already in number 9th. I complained about it to the receptionist first. She said that they were kind of behind. I complained to the nurse and she got a rude answer. Finally I complained to dr Davila and he told me The doors are open". He told me to leave. They never apologize to me or my mother. Dr Davila was so rude to me.
April 17th, 2013Cancer Patient
Dr. Davila has zero bedside manner. He accurately diagnosed my breast cancer. His coarse of treatment was accurate however, he lied to me. He told me that patients at my age have a chance of not getting their period during chemo treatments. He then said some women will not get the period back again after treatment. I then asked "can this cause me to have early menopause?" He said "no". This is a lie. I checked with 3 other oncologists. He also lied about my diet. I asked if there were are any types of food I should stay away from during chemo he said, "no". A lie. I also asked him about a treatment to help reduce the chance of loosing hair during chemo treatment. I brought a treatment I had found to his attention over the phone. He was rude, dismissive and lied again. He said " Noone uses the treatment, it does not work." He lied. I found a new doctor and I am under going chemo and using the treatment and I have not lost my hair. He should not be interacting with patients. It is hard enough hearing you have cancer but then to be lied to multiple times, to be treated with little to no respect and just plain rude is unacceptable. In addition, there was not 1 tissue in the entire office. An office where they discuss cancer all day long. Not 1 tissue. Speaks volumes. Steer clear.
June 20th, 2012He saved my husbands life!
August 8th, 2011DON'T GO TO HIM...
He gets very intimidating...made my mother nervous...he said he wouldn't treat her unless she went on anti-depressants...he joked about how he wished that he could do chemo with patients more often because it would be more money for him...also, when my mom was very sick and towards the end, we were waiting for results from another doctor to see if she could get some other medical help, and he said he would just let her die instead of even waiting for results to see what could help her...he may have helped other people, but he was a cancer to our family..and he came highly recommended by a doctor we trusted...ugh...my mom passed away soon after...
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