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Posted on September 22nd, 2016
Surgery at hospital after admission and f/u post hospitalization not optimal; poor follow through along with difficult attitude from PA in office. Numerous phone calls to try to get assistance needed.
Posted on December 29th, 2014
He is a really good doctor. The scar left by the surgery was minimal and straight. He is a little quick in the chat, however, he has lots of patients to see.
Good doctor, terrible office and staff
Posted on November 17th, 2014
Doctor seemed good, but the office was awful * over 1 hour late * office cannot get my list of meds right even though I hand edited the list * asked to undress in a room with 3 wide open doors to many people. No chair to sit on although I couldn't left my leg well. Small pillowcase thrown on table to cover myself, but of course I couldn't hold it. Also had to try to redress in front of 3 open doors (2 to other patients, 1 to medical personnel) * asked to climb on a high xray table without assistance or step stool, painful and diffcult with a fracture. Also had to hop down unassisted. * no sheet or paper on the xray table. I had bandaged wounds, felt this was an infection risk.
The very best!
Posted on July 9th, 2009
I am grateful to have had Dr. Ruth and his staff after a horrific motor cycle accident that left my right leg/ankle/foot crumpled and crushed.I owe Dr Ruth and the other surgeon a million thanks. I am able to walk and function due to their efforts.Without Dr. Ruth, I would have been ruthless! :)
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