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Have you seen Dr. George Gindi?
October 20th, 2015Cares nothing about money
Don't go here for immigration exam. You will be ripped off. They will try every possible way to charge more. Don't be fooled by the low price. I paid $600 more here. I brought the immunization with me but he refuse to use it. I had to pay $400 more for the unnecessary vaccinations. Since the exam was expired, I called in to make sure I only need to pay $200 for the exam after one year. Yet at the clinic he wanted us to do vaccination again for another additional $400. Go shopping at Chicago area, most doctors will do it it under $300 with vaccination included. Doctor only cares about money not your health. In addition, the place is so dirty. And the doctor told me that his TB skin test was also POSITIVE. I will never go this place again.
February 21st, 2015RUN AWAY
December 15th, 2011he is good
April 4th, 2011mixed emotions
although I really do feel that Dr. G.Ghindi (not speaking of any other member of his staff) does try his best...his best, isn't the best. I think he makes diagnosis too quickly and is a little too eager to tackle problems that someone really should go to a specialist for. It seems that once you get to know him better, he cares a little more about your over all health. but, you shouldn't need to see a dr on a regular basis to get that kind of bedside manner. his staff seems flighty and they are too busy for their own good. so they never remember why you were there previously and they skim quickly through your records so you're always finding yourself going through things over and over again with them. My best advice with this dr is to ask questions and be as knowledgeable about your own symptoms and ailments as much as possible because it seems to help them understand a little better when you can be very very very descriptive about what's going on.
November 21st, 2010Caring.Dr.
September 30th, 2009AVOID
They change office staff, and nurses at a freightening rate. Hence no one knows what is going on, including test results, follow up care. If you are not on your death bed, you will not see a real doctor, just a practioner.
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