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Dr. Evangelos Biscotakis, MD
Primary Care Doctor, Family Practitioner

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Very sad he is greek and says he enjoyed getting to know his clients. Not true, plus he claims he speak Spanish no true at all show details Very sad he is greek and says he enjoyed getting to know his clients. Not true, plus he claims he speak Spanish no true at all
by Artemis on Dec 18th, 2014

I think he is easy to drop a client, he sees more geriatric patients and he sees tired and hard to file refills almost in any medication other patients had say the same. He didn't et along with my teen son from the get go since, then i lost his trust and he started to become rude, and impossible to cooperate , god complex.

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Nov 15th, 2011

Dr. Biscotakis diagnosed and treated me for a migraine and tension headache back in may.Two trips to the E.R. and one visit to my previous Dr. kept me sick for 6 weeks until I went to see Dr. biscotakis on the reccomendation of a friend.Thank You Dr. Biscotakis! Sincerely, Mary Tuttle

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Horrible physician show details Horrible physician
by Martin Forde on Feb 9th, 2011

He diagnosed me with stage 2 hypertensions, placed me on metoprolol, and then abruptly canceled my prescription after being on the medication for over a year. I do not live in the area and I had to call into the office to find out that he wouldn't refill my prescription unless I came for a visit. Thanks Doc, its not like I live and work 4 hours away and that abruptly ceasing a metoprolol regimen can have serious and potential fatal side effects. I would recommend Dr. Biscotakis only if you would like to develop chest pains and or sue him for malpractice in the foreseeable future.

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