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Posted on October 31st, 2016
Overall Dr A is a great Dr. Therapist are excellent and do not judge. Highly recommended for mental and substance abuse issues. A big plus, he does except Ct Social Services insurance. Not many do for suboxone. Warning tho waiting list. You have to keep calling as he will not call you.
Posted on April 23rd, 2016
Posted on March 23rd, 2015
Don't listen to these other people writing n evasive reviews. No one can help you if you don't want to help yourself. As a former suboxone client he was a great doctor fast and reliable. He gives you every chance to help yourself and if you work his program and want it bad enough you will be fine and if you screw around you will be kicked out of the program like you should be. Like I said before you can lead a horse to water but you can not make him drink the water..
Posted on February 21st, 2015
Very disappointed in a psychiatrist who has treated patients for years, then changes office buildings, staff, policies, and I feel the HIPPA law is not being practiced correctly due to minor child receiving samples, and files, with patient information, being left out on the main counter, for other patients to possibly retrieve such info, ex. DOB, Name address, social, ect. Uncomfortable when in one on one session in progress, DR. Takes calls from other patients, I can hear all the information on the client on the phone, then Dr. Talks about such patient to me in negative way. Overall, Dr. Arimoro is not consistent with his manor of practicing psychiatry.
Posted on January 8th, 2015
This DR is more concerned about money that actually helping his patients. He has stated money is the only reason he does this business and that if he would move without notice. Also patients should not that almost every address listed on the web for this provider is inaccurate as well as may of the phone numbers. Aside from his business practices, my person experience with this provider was not a good. As long as you keep paying, most times upfront even though you have insurance he will keep you as a patient. If, and I did, fail twice, you are removed from his programs. The very nature of this disease is failure and, as a gentleman stated on CBS news article one time, even if it takes 100 times to succeed, you should be allowed those chances as the alternative never has a good outcome. This Dr's point of view is that if you fail twice, it reflects on him and makes him look bad to the insurance companies. That is a cop out to actually treating difficult cases.
Posted on October 12th, 2013
Posted on June 19th, 2013
I visited Dr Arimoro because he was able to see me as a new patient quickly. I am not a Suboxone client. Saw him for over a year trying different combos of drugs. He put me on high levels of dangerous drugs and ultimately I ended up in the emergency room with a seizure as a result. Is taking far to many clients, is far too over extended and cares more about money then the safety and well being of his patients. Unless Suboxone client or just going for med maintenance already prescribed by a real Dr, avoid at all costs,
Posted on December 6th, 2011
Kind, gentle soul ... terrific manner with a soft sense of humor. Knows his meds, could be more helpful with long or short-term goals and more open, directed regarding a treatment plan.
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