Family Physicians, General Practitioner
38 years of experience

Accepting new patients
22182 Barton Rd
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
909-422-0422
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Overall Rating:
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  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
Total Ratings

12

Total Reviews

6

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Ease of Appointment:
  • Currently 1.8 of 4 stars
Promptness:
  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
Courteous Staff:
  • Currently 1.5 of 4 stars
Accurate Diagnosis:
  • Currently 1.3 of 4 stars
Bedside Manner:
  • Currently 1.1 of 4 stars
Spends Time with Me:
  • Currently 1.5 of 4 stars
Follows Up After Visit:
  • Currently 1.3 of 4 stars
Average Wait: 59 minutes
  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  HORRIBLE!! THE WORST DR EVER  |  show details
Jul 22nd, 2014

If I could give him zero stars it would better explain this Dr. I waited over an hour for my first visit. Ive had a sprained ankle for over three months and when he finally got to see me he just told me to learn to walk different. Then told me I couldn't walk at all for two weeks and I would need crutches but told me to find crutches because he didn't have any. I have already changed doctors because there is no way I'm going back to him.

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by Kim on Feb 9th, 2013

I need to have surgery so I called for my first appointment at this office. My appointment was at 8:45 I didn't see the doctor till 11. When he first seen me he didn't even ask whats wrong. I told him my depression meds arn't working anymore he replyed I will give you a lower dose because you really dont need your pills. Then when I told him about anything else he only replyed when you need to lose weight. That was all he cared about was my weight. I have Pancreatic and need surgery as soon as possible and he told me that if i lose weight it will go away. I was in the hospital for two weeks and every doctor I seen told me you need surgery. He is the worse doctor and I will never go back.

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 |  Horrible Dr. : state paid quack- waste of time  |  show details
Oct 3rd, 2011

I waited 50 minutes with my Infant for her 3 month well baby check only to be ushered into a disgustingly dirty exam room. The sink had layers of soap scum and no soap anywhere to be found. The exam was a comI took photos with my phone and I intend to report this so called dr to the health department and to my insurance agency.

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Sep 2nd, 2011

I will never go back I've already had my insurance switch me to another doctor after one visit.

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 |  A Fraud  |  show details
Jan 22nd, 2011

I really think he is a fraud. I know that doctors have to go to medical school and training, but he only appears to be faking his knowledge. It depends on how you ask the questions, he give you different answers to basically the same questions. I read that he is in trouble with the Board of California. I also heard he is a true business man and less of a doctor. Be careful. Probably be a good thing to go see another doctor if you are already seeing him.

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Nov 11th, 2010

I waited four hours for my first visit, and have never waited less than an hour. On my last visit he refused to see me because I had not gotten a blood draw and refused to issue prescriptions for other conditions unrelated to the blood draw. Since the red blood cell readout covers a 3 month period, why should I have to get one every month for adult onset diabetes. Besides, he could also ask to see the glucose testing device, which keeps a record of the daily blood tests. Furthermore, I broke my kneecap, but got no referral because he would not see me, and I have no glucose test strips because I ran out and could not ask for a prescription because he refused to see me. Withholding a prescription for a disabling condition and holding it hostage to get a blood test is unconscionable. Besides, he never told me that it was that important. I did get it later that same day, but he would not give me an appointment till a week later, when I would not be available.

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