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    Jerry Schwartz, MD
    He is a Concierge doctor, you have to pay a fee for him, but he is very good. He has moved, he is now on Paco’s. Part of his fee, they do a physical every year, so it was part of that, so he didn’t charge me. I drive way across town to go and see him. He’s great. He is a very caring, thorough doctor. He is never in a hurry to get you in and out, even before he was a concierge doctor. So many doctors are in their office and see you for 2 minutes and they are on their way out the door, and he has never been like that.
    - Diana P.
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    Rogers, Dr. Aron
    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.
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    Southwest Eye Institute
    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.
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    Tran, Dr. Peter A.
    My husband has been going to him. He has a nice bedside manner and he is a really excellent and caring doctor. He is very encouraging about good health.
    - D. B.
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    Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center
    The procedure went smoothly. The results were sent off to be evaluated. The post-op recovery was uneventful. The staff was friendly, professional and caring.
    - Pamela E.
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    They treated me real nice. Everything in general, the nurses were real nice. The check in was easy, and they had their act together. It was a very positive experience with the hospital. The bedside manner was lacking a little bit, because I think they were a little busy. I will continue to use this hospital in the future if necessary.
    - DONALD R.
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    Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
    They were very nice and provided good service. They were very understanding about insurance issues. The nurse made sure I had my medication so I didn't experience withdrawal symptoms. The doctors came in everyday to check on me.
    - Joe M.
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    Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
    Their support staff was not very good. The equipment and cleanliness was good. They lacked experience in a few categories. They have cutting edge equipment.
    - Robert V.
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    Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center
    When I switched to this hospital I found it's a much better hospital. The doctors are pretty good. I usually go by ambulance because I can get into the ER quicker. It was a 15 minute wait and a doctor came in, I was in a whole lot of pain and they got a line into me and got me out of pain pretty quick. I would recommend this hospital as one of the better hospitals around. I stay in touch with some of the nurses. From now on I will go to this hospital when needed.
    - Keith D.
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    St Rose Dominican Hospital Siena Camp
    Everything they did was good. I did not have a bad experience like other people might say about county hospitals. That is  the first place I would choose to go next time. They also have a very accessible emergency center.
    - victor h.
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  • IV Clinic

    1950 Pinto lane
    Las Vegas, Nevada