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Otolaryngologist (ear, nose, throat)
18 years of experience
Accepting new patients

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Average Wait: 25 minutes
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 |  Makes fraudulent claims  |  show details
Oct 16th, 2010

Do you want to know why health insurance is so expensive, it is because of people like Dr. Nassiri. He flashed a penlight near my nose to look up it... Standard procedure for an ENT appointment, right? He charges my insurance $259.44 for an "endoscopy," which they in turn bill me as part of my pre-surgery deductible. I have filed a claim with my insurance company, because any notion that a flashlight near a nose for 3 seconds is a procedure is ridiculous. I actually calculated his hourly fee at around $90,000, based upon his charging what he did for a three second observation with no tools besides a $2 flashlight. Avoid.