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Primary Care Doctor, Family Practitioner
34 years of experience
Accepting new patients

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A living nightmare! show details A living nightmare!
Dec 23rd, 2015

Rudest person I have ever met, couldn't believe he's a doctor! Told him I was depressed and he told me people like doesn't deserve to live anyway! That I should snap out of it! Then he told me to go and don't come back until I learn to cope better with life! Who says that to a person?

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This is a Medical Doctor? show details This is a Medical Doctor?
Sep 9th, 2012

Dr. Palladino is one way only and that is his way. He gives instructions on what to do and on the return visit states just the opposite. His bedside manner is horrifing and so very uncomfortable. He is rude!! Time to look for another Physician.

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Jun 11th, 2012

Dr Palladino should not be in practice. His ego is the only thing being served there. God forbid if you dont agree with what he says. I guesss bedside manner and courtesy are not taught in medical school.

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Tarred & Feathered show details Tarred & Feathered
Feb 22nd, 2011

For years at his former practice in the rural town of Plymouth, Amador County, he had a sidekick, a FNP, who actually saw most of his patients. He, personally, only rarely examined "his" patients. His behavior and poor medical record was such that there was open talk in the community of running him out of town. Only then did Sutter Health step in and transfer him to a more remote location. Which seems to be their standard practice for dealing with problem physicians. Regrettably, his former sidekick remains; and, he is not welled liked, either. Although he does seem to appeal to a certain male segment of the population. Once, Dr. Palladino went into a screaming fit when he overheard me telling another person that he had never actually examined me; although my medications were signed with his name. In his rage, he insisted that he had seen me several times; which was most certainly not true. Later, he attempted to make up for this discrepancy; however, the damage had been done. He had (has?) a diehard support group of current and former staff who pad these informal opinion polls with positive comments. Of course, their jobs have depended on this farce.

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