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Mar 16th, 2012

Dr. Rigolosi, is a smart person. He has a pretty good bedside manner. However, he's a typical pill pusher. He is more "concrete" than "sensitive". Both my mother and father are under his care. Recently my mother was hospitalized with a hair-line fracture to the hip, she fell at home, and fractured her hip. So, after she was in the hospital, instead of sending her home, he sent her to "care one" facility. While she was there she fell again, shattered her pelvis, and had a stoke. This facility left her in the room, no water, never washed her, never washed her hair, let alone combed it, or even brushed her teeth. What a torture center. So after her second fall, he sent her back to the hospital, and then back to the care one facility. Dr. Rigilosi is a "sellout" - automatically sending his patients to these "second-hand care facility". He must have a deal or get (kick-backs) from these secondary care facilities. Dr. Ronald A. Rigolosi is more concerned with making money, rather than being a real caring sensitive human being.-----and my mother stood on her legs for 4 hours (a couple years ago) making him a hazelnut cheese log, to show her gratitude, and practically fell in exhaustion. Dr. Rigolosi certainly knows gratitude, he put her in a home, where she got 20 times worse off than she was before. Yea, he cares...

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