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March 14th, 2014Dr. Malik should use a voice recorder before, during & after procedures
I don't know whether it is the rush of moving patients through procedures too fast; therefore confusing patients or whether it is poor communication between Dr. Malik, the nurses & staff or not. I do know my husband and I were told. (a) I had an "ulcer" and my esophagus was stretched ( you can begin taking Ibuprophin in a week.) after the first procedure. (b) Two weeks later, we were told my Pyloris was stretched both times by Dr. Malik. He also told my husband I that I was not to eat red meat. BUT, My husband and I were told my esophagus had been stretched and I could take asperin in 7 days by the nurse as I was preparing to leave Out Patient Services. She did hand me a piece of paper with my diagnosis on it (I don't think she knew what the diagnosis was therefore she said my esophagus was stretched. At least she did say I was to eat no red meat. (c) When I called to get the facts straight from Dr. Malik's office, I was told again By the person on the phone,I had my esophagus stretched, After telling her there was a problem, she finally put me through to Dr. Malik's nurse. She confirmed the fact that I did have my Phyloris stretched. His nurse's record did not match what my husband and I had been told by Dr. Malik himself about what I could and could not eat. It is a serious problem that could have serious consequences. I really hope Dr. Malik can get this problem straightened out because he is an excellent doctor. I have never experienced this in past years and hope it never happens again. I really should change doctors but my trust in Dr. Malik's ability to do his actual job is still there. I hope I am not forced to change doctors because of poor record keeping.
September 17th, 2013Retired Teacher
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January 6th, 2012
Dr. Malik is a good doctor. He will find the problem you are having and then leaves after without futher delay. If you have a problem dealing with your stomach or any of this type of problem, Dr. Malik is the one to go to.
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