Reviews for Winter Park Internists

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Rated Review by Debbie W.
"I wanted to find a female Internist and Dr.
had been recommended to me. I called to make and appointment in January when I was feeling ill but it took 3 months for a new patient appointment. Once I was there, I had a list of questions and Dr.
was great about asking me what was on my list and talking to me about every issue. She took her time with me so although I read other reviews about a wait time,(which I did not experience) it is worth it to me for a doctor to take her time with me when she comes in the room.
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Rated Review by Catherine R.
"My overall impression was Dreadful! The doctor's office used to be located off Lakemont Drive in Winter Park, and the staff there was excellent. They were courteous, meticulous, and professional. However, in my opinion, based on my personal experience, things changed when the office moved out to the east end of unincorporated Winter Park, near SR436 and Aloma. When I made an appointment for additional blood work they had requested after my first visit, I asked the appointment
if I could do it on my lunch break, since I was just having blood drawn and would not need to see the doctor, or if it would take longer than that. I explained that since I would be driving all the way from downtown
and that because I would be on my lunch hour I would only have a few minutes. I said if that would not be possible to do it on my lunch hour, I could leave work early. I just needed to know which plan would work best. The appointment
said there would be no problem, so the appointment was set for my lunch hour a few days later. I called the doctor's office a few minutes before I was scheduled to leave work for the appointment. I reminded the receptionist that I needed to come in just for a blood test and asked how quickly they would be able to see me. I reminded her that I would just have a few minutes, and asked whether I should re-schedule. She said they would be able to see me right away and to come on out. When I arrived at the doctor?s office, I found four people ahead of me. One of them began to complain to the receptionist about how long he had been there waiting for his blood test. I heard him say he had been there more than two hours, and the blood test was the only thing he was there for. The receptionist told him there were three people ahead of him, they would get to him as quickly as they could, but he would have to wait. When it was my turn to speak with the receptionist, I reminded her that I was the one who had called less than 20 minutes earlier, and was told they could do my blood test right away if I came right out. She said I would have to wait my turn as well. I walked over and asked the other three people if they were there just for blood tests too, and they all said yes. I was not a happy camper at that point. I asked for a copy of my medical records from my previous (first) visit, and received another nasty surprise. Someone had written notes all over the face of the original medical record test results about trying to call me about the test results and leaving a message with my ?sister.? I was very annoyed that someone in the office had treated my official medical records like it was scratch paper! I was also shocked and concerned to read that they had spoken with some unknown woman about my medical records. I do not have a sister! The only phone number the doctor?s office had for me was my cell phone, and I had not received a call from them. No one would tell me who made the notes or the phone call, or whom they spoke with about my medical records. What was worse was the attitude of the staff, which appeared to be very unconcerned. My biggest annoyance was that I called just before driving all the way out to the office and was encouraged to come on out, even though at the time I called there were already four people in the office waiting room who had been for an extended period of time waiting for blood tests. That was inexcusable to me. My experience gave me the impression that the scheduling and records management appeared to be handled rather sloppily. That made me wonder how the really important matters that are addressed in a medical office were being handled by this staff. It concerned me enough that I decided to find another doctor as a result and have not been back. Maybe I was wrong to try to schedule a blood draw on a lunch hour, but if it wasn't possible, why didn't they just say so? I could have scheduled for another time.
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Winter Park Internists Reviews

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"He is one of the best doctors that I have ever worked with. My wife dragged me kicking and screaming to see him originally and I am glad she did. I have had a number of surgeries so I have used his expertise a great deal. Also I might add that he has had reason over the years to refer me to several specialists for various reasons and these specialists have all been top in their field. "
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"I go to him for my annual physical check-up and I am due to see him next week. I started with him a year ago when my former doctor retired and went into
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"The experience has been excellent. He is a very smart doctor. He listens to everything. He is great at diagnosing things. I will continue to see him in the future."
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Aamir Javaid MD

483 N Semoran Blvd
Winter Park, FL

Abbas Ali MD,MBBS,BS

483 N Semoran Blvd
Winter Park, FL

Abreu, Dr. Elpidio

801 Marshall Farms Rd
Ocoee, FL

Adriana Otto MD

1950 Lee Rd
Winter Park, FL

Aixa Curbelo-Irizarry MD

132 Benmore Dr
Winter Park, FL

Ajay Bisht MD

18550 Us Highway 441
Mount Dora, FL

Alarakhia, Dr. Nasir

7328 Stonerock Cir
Orlando, FL

Albino, Dr. Juan A.

1400 N U.S. Highway 441
Lady Lake, FL

Alfredo Gonzalez MD

201 N Lakemont Ave
Winter Park, FL

Ali, Dr. Ahmad H.

752 Stirling Center Pl
Lake Mary, FL

Ali, Dr. Azhar A.

450 W State Rd 434
Longwood, FL

Allergy and Asthma Associates of Central Florida

1890 State Rd 436
Winter Park, FL

Allergy Asthma Specialists P.A.

7758 Wallace Rd
Orlando, FL

Aloma Walk IN Clinic

7480 Aloma Ave
Winter Park, FL

Amish Parikh MD,FACC

1555 Howell Branch Rd
Winter Park, FL

Anderson, Michael W.

63 W Underwood St
Orlando, FL

Andrew Bagg MD

10000 W Colonial Dr
Ocoee, FL

Anne Anglim MD

218 Strathy Ln
Winter Park, FL

Antonio Rodriguez MD

101 Edinburgh Dr
Winter Park, FL

Apter, Dr. Matthew N.

100 E Sybelia Ave
Maitland, FL