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  • My husband has sleep apnea and was referred to Dr. Provider name locked. from his sleep doctor's office for an
    oral device. The sleep doctor at the hospital told me that Dr. Provider name locked. has
    special training for this. My husband had been struggling with a CPAP machine for the
    last 6 years and it has been a terrible experience. He's never been able to get
    comfortable with the hoses and Provider name locked. and it actually disrupts our
    sleep with the noise.
    You can tell that their office treats a lot of
    sleep patients as they are very knowledgeable about the entire procedure
    including the medical coverage. They went over his sleep study and he decided to
    go ahead. Once he had his appliance I can tell you that our lives have changed! He
    sleeps more soundly, his snoring is gone and he feels much less tired during the
    The appliance is so much easier than CPAP I don't even know where to
    begin, but I just wish they had sent my husband years earlier than they did. I highly
    recommend Dr. Provider name locked. and his excellent staff if you have sleep apnea.

    - Susan O.
  • I can't say that it's a lot of fun, especially the first 48 hours but it was very effective.  It is all done under local anesthesia so you 
    only have to contend with coming off the valium.  There is some pain but by no means unmanageable.  Certainly less than if you were having a tattoo.  I was told to wait at least 3 weeks before seeing the full effect but one week after surgery my leg is considerably less swollen and looks so much smaller that my shoes are falling off my foot because the shoes are too big.  I had no sign of varicose veins so I did not do this for aesthetic reasons. It is important to follow instructions in order to get optimum results.  I'm glad I did this procedure and plan on having my other leg done also.
    - Margaret B.
  • My mother was admitted via ER to Oak Hill Hospital for respiratory distress. However, her PCP of many years did not have privileges at this hospital and, unfortunately, Dr. A. Provider name locked. was assigned. Due to misinformation from the Provider name locked. an out of state relative was initially notified of my mother's emergent transfer, and she communicated with him that early morning. I called her later that day and clarified I was her HCS and local daughter and would be the primary contact. However, after that initial contact, Dr. A. Provider name locked. remained almost inaccesible throughout what became a nightmare admission; neither I nor my family ever met her in person, and the only contacts were via telephone and at my initiation. Despite my mother's criticial state and our reluctance to leave her bedside, we were told by the nurses that she said we should go to her community office to speak with her. In addition, per the reports given to me by the nurses, she also was difficult to contact during critical times when orders were needed from her.
         After marked improvement after one day in the ICU, my mother was transferred to a telemetry floor with plans for discharge, however, in the night an order for a sedative was obtained and given, and my mother was later found out of bed and confused; again no notification was given to me. Despite rounding on my mother and awareness of her confusion, no orders were given by Dr. A. Provider name locked. to ensure her safety, such as bed siderails, a sitter, or bed alarms.  Several hours later, my mother again climbed out of bed, fell and broke her hip, due to what AHCA has already deemed inadequate care. Again, no notification was made to me, nor were acute pain medicaitons ordered by Dr. A. Provider name locked. . The nurse later claimed she had repeatedly called for pain medication and did not receive a return call for many hours. I will add, the AHCA citations notes Dr. Provider name locked. 's denial of this. However, Dr. Provider name locked. was aware of my mother's fall and fractured hip and gave no orders despite predictable and documented pain.
        Over the course of the next week Dr. Provider name locked. remained inaccessible and we were unable to access her for input on my mother's complicated care, nor did it appear she was even involved in any discussion with consulting physicians. Instead we were left to try and coordinate the many consulting doctors ourselves, and still never met Dr. Provider name locked. , despite surgery and another ICU transfer. Tragically, when my mother deteriorated and faced possible ventilation, I called to Dr. Provider name locked. 's office to discuss advanced directives, something we had tried much earlier without sucess to initiate at the hospital level, and for a hospice consult, however, I was met with rude and unhelpful staff at her office who declined to allow me to speak with her. They told me she would call me back. I impressed upon them the urgency of the matter. I never received a return call and ultimately had to call to the pulmonologist to obtain the orders for advanced directives and a hospice consult. My mother was transferred later that day to hospice and died several days later. The medical examiner determined the primary cause of death to be complication of a hip fracture due to the inpatient fall. Upon leaving the hospital, my family still had never met Dr. A. Provider name locked. and the last time we had spoken via phone was at my initiation 8 days prior.
        I wouldn't let my worst enemy be placed under the "care" of this woman. I say this as a nurses of almost 40 years and as a grieiving daughter. No one deserves such abysmal disregard for human dignity.
    - Janet M.
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