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  • He is on sabbatical now, but he will be working at UNLV clinic sometime in the next couple of months. I have seen him for 10 years and I will continue to see him. He is very good. I had a bad fall in the first week of June of last year. I was in the hospital, then in rehab, then in patient rehab, then out patient rehab and then home care. We've been following up with that. We had a bunch of appointments close of last summer, but normally I only see him every 6 months for routine things. Mammograms, referring me, and other things. he is always stronger than his office staff. They sometimes don't return phone calls or they forget questions they're supposed to answer. Things go wrong with the staff. He is changing now. I hope the staff there will be more organized. That's not really to do with him exactly. He probably doesn't have a lot of control for who they hire for staff, or under staffing, and that's a problem in all medical offices I think. We don't have enough doctors or nurses in Nevada. So you always have to end up having to be aggressive I guess sometimes, which I am not by nature.
    - Judy L.
  • I am 76 and I am still driving so I just want to be careful with my eyes. They're really good and the ophthalmologist is very good. He is very gruff and doesn't have nice bedside manner, but I have trusted him. I had cataract surgery there. He is very good. He is just sort of mean. He yells at his staff and stuff, but he is very good. This last time my eyes were dry and while I was in the office he inserted these microscopic things to block the tear ducts so that whatever tears I produced stay in my eyes. That was not pleasant. It hurt for a couple of seconds, but I was amazed that he could do it. He could hold his hands steady with these tiny tiny things and actually insert them into wherever your tear duct is. He could do that with no anesthesia. I had to hold still and I was blinking and he could do it nevertheless. The things stay in for 6 months and dissolve gradually. My eyes have felt better since he did it actually. Not as much itching. I have a lot of allergies. With the caveat that Dr. Mallot is who you get. He is sort of gruff, you just have to put up with it. He is really good. He could develop a little more courtesy or something, I just don't think it's in his nature. I do think he is a very good doctor and surgeon. He did laser surgery for me and it was successful.
    - Judy L.
  • I was admitted to the CDU part of the hospital when I arrived from Southern Hills. On the hole, the staff were good about managing pain and other difficult symptoms, but the coordination of care was very poor. When I arrived, I was not allowed to have food or water for hours. After I complained multiple times they finally called the doctor and he allowed a liquid diet. There was no explanation of my treatment plan. A primary care doctor did stop by but simply deferred everything to the specialist, which of whom I didn't meet until being wheeled into the operating room. At that point the doctor was nice and he and his staff did answer my questions. I was very concerned that the nurses in the CDU seemed to struggle with patients around their prescribed medication. They didn't have the correct medications and on several occasions told me to change what I was taking or take id differently (counter to my doctors direct instructions). My doctor did verify their recommendation was incorrect and could have proven harmful. The nurses on day shift in the CDU also seemed to ask me to do things that were ultimately didn't matter to anything. The day shift nurses certainly could have been more compassionate. Since I have somewhat complex medical conditions I would hesitate to use this facility again.

    - Cory L.
  • My dad got to the emergency room with problems where he could not breath. He was in the emergency room for four days before they found him a room. My dad is ninety years old and the current theme from the staff and doctors there was "he is 90, he is not going to live forever".  After a couple weeks, this nurse comes up to me and says your dad is out of medicare days so he has to leave the hospital. I asked about his medical condition which was not good and she told me, we do not care about his medical condition, he is out of medicare days and unless you sign these papers to privately pay for his care at $1100 a day he has to go.
    So they transferred him to a rehab facility and he did not last a day. He was sent to the St. Rose Hospital at Boulder Highway which was a much better hospital and staff. They took good care of my dad until he passed a couple weeks later. I told the St. Rose staff at Boulder what happened at St. Rose Dominican campus and they acknowledged the bad attitude of the staff there towards the elderly.
    - James M.
  • Staff, nurses, and doctors were excellent! My only complaint was a statement that I recv'd 7 months later from my insurance co. The bill from the hospital had my SSN totally wrong and added letters to my name. I called the hospital billing and they said I would hear from them in 3-5 days. That was a month ago! "DOUBLE BILLING"? I hope not.
    - Kristie L.
  • I was able to choose a time online before going in. When I got there they checked me in quickly and I saw the doctor and was out of there in less than a half hour! Everyone was efficient and courteous.
    - Deborah S.
  • We just went to the emergency room. I did not stay over there. I was just there for a few hours. I was seen immediately. It took a while to get a doctor, but they took me in right away. They always mess up my health insurance.
    - David B.
  • The price was an F. The service was probably a D. My only experience was with the emergency staff. She had to wait a while. While she was there, there were various services like lab services and radiology services. There were many people providing services. They were some that were nice and some that were not so nice. I would not use them in the future.
  • The surgery went well, no complications. Actual surgery nurses and doctors were good. Initial check in the day before was poor. You have to see about 4 different people and it's clear some of them are not concerned about your time. First 3 were OK, but last one was bad. You have to wait in a large lobby and the final person does not step into the lobby to call your name, just stands by her door. If the TV is loud or there are other distractions you will not hear her, and she just walks away without checking to see if you were really there. So then you have to get up and go to a complaint desk to get the final visit. All in all took us over 2 hours just to do "paperwork".
    - RONALD T.
  • This practice is a small practice. There are no nurses or aides and the Doctor does everything except for receptionist duties. You are greeted by the doctor when you time is ready. You do not wait in a room for him to come. |If you are comfortable with this type of environment then you should be satisfied with this doctor.
    - Rick U.
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