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Recent Sleep Medicine Reviews in Petaluma

  • A
    Moncada, Dr. Elizabeth
    It was immediately obvious to me she is a skilled professional who cares deeply for her patients. She looked beyond the immediate problem and searched for contributing factors. She performed a detailed evaluation and quickly determined a workable solution. During her evaluation, she discovered unresolved issues stemming from an incident I was involved in while on active duty in the military. She developed a comprehensive treatment plan, referred me to other specialists and remained in charge of my treatment. Her all-inclusive evaluation and report enabled me to gain a higher disability rating from the VA. Dr. Moncada is amazing! I highly recommend her.
    - Jeff M.
  • A
    Melissa Lim MD
    I think she's very smart. She is a problem solver. She is at the top of her game and knows exactly what she's doing. I have gotten very good advice from her.
    - wendy w.
  • A
    Kaiser Permanente
    From the start of the referral process through obtaining the equipment, we were impressed by the thoroughness of the program.
    - Sandra H.
  • A
    Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic
    When I was searching for a sleep apnea clinic, I called them and they set up an appointment with me the next day. They are totally committed to helping me with my problem, and they do an excellent job educating me on the situation.
    - LAURA F.
  • A
    Pacifica Sleep Center
    I heard about the Pacifica Sleep Center when I was experiencing annoying pain in my knee. It was effecting my work and keeping me up at night. When i called PSC the owner was very informative and sounded like she was very experienced at pain relief and I was curious about the sleep aspects of her business. I scheduled the three appointments as recommended. By the second treatment my knee was improving greatly. I also started a series of sleep treatments and that was amazing. After three of those I was waking up feeling more rested and my stress level seemed to be reduced. I was not so edgy. My knee no longer hurts, and we have been working on my shoulder from an old car accident with improvement in my range of motion. I am still doing the sleep treatments because they really make me feel better.I highly recommend the Pacifica Sleep Center for pain and sleep.
    - Darron K.
  • B
    Alex Clerk MD
    The staff was very professional and understanding. The follow up visit went well, on time and effective communication. Dr. Clerk helped with my sleep issues.
    - SHARON T.
  • C
    Stanford Sleep Medicine
    Dr. Buchfuhrer is great. He is willing to keep trying different therapies until he finds a solution. He is worth an airplane ticket to LA, if you can't schedule him at Stanford. So the downside is that Stanford's communication system is terrible. Leaving messages on their web site results in only an automated response, but no answers. Ditto there phone messaging system it is impossible to actually speak with a doctor outside of an app't at the Sleep Center. And being on-time for appointments is worse if that is possible. I have been left to wait for 1 1/2 hours many times. And the one time I was late by 20 minutes because of traffic, they cancelled the app't. (This is over several years.) I can not drive so it requires arranging for a caregiver and transportation - a huge undertaking and expense, but there was no sympathy on their end. Very few medical centers know much about this condition so I must use this facility regardless of how well the administrative side performs. If I could still travel, I would be flying to Downey to see Dr. Buchfuhrer rather than put up with Stanford's Sleep Center.
    - Mary K.
  • D
    After using CPAP a few years for sleep apnea with underwhelming success, Primary doc gave a referral for re-evaluation. After a few weeks got a call to come in & pick up diagnostic equipment for a home test. I brought my CPAP equipment for calibration by the person who gave me the test unit, and asked how re-test differed from the initial test since I would be using CPAP during the test (at least part of the night anyways). He said something non-reassuring like they/it will know/adjust . Went home with the test unit, affixed a sensor to finger, slept as normal, and returned machine the next day. Postcard informed me of appt several weeks later. When I showed up, found that the appt was a group class with an entire room full of people who were just learning they have sleep apnea. There was a mixture of reactions: surprise, shock, denial, basic questions. We all listened to the same presentation and were handed individual folders with general information plus our individual results. I look at mine and wonder why it has completely ignored the fact that I d been using CPAP even during the re-evaluation , and did nothing to address the ongoing struggles I ve had with CPAP. When I finally got someone to understand my point, the reply was come back to the drop in clinic with your machine for re-setting, the results will be reinterpreted by then. Everyone else in the class was getting a newer, fancier CPAP than I had but no upgrade for me. The drop-in clinic was very chaotic. A couple therapists and equipment suppliers were seeing multiple patients all in the same room, and the waiting room was also in that one conference room no privacy. No registration & no take a number system as people entered the room, they were simply told sit over there, I ll remember who came in when and call you when it s your turn . When my turn finally came, I felt I was being shoved into a round hole even though I was a square peg. My questions were met with generic answers, without reviewing my overall medical history, examining my body, or fitting of the equipment while in a simulated sleep position. Of course those things were practically impossible given the conference room setting. I never even spoke personally with a respiratory doctor only with the therapists. As I ve said in other reports, my coverage plan includes nominal co-pays. Even so, I know others in the room had to pay real money for this, and in my opinion we all received equally poor service.
    - KAREN t.
  • F
    Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic
    This place is a nightmare.  The problem is that they treat you like you are a free patient, but charge you like you are Bill Gates.  Typically for just an office visit (which they will simply stop refilling your medication with no prior notice in order to extort more visits/fees out of you), you will get mulitple bills.  One for appearing in the office.  One or more for the doctor.  A typical office visit, therefore, (which is just to get refills - status unchanged) is hundreds of dollars. Their refill line instructs you to have your pharmacist fax them a refill request.  Not once in ten years did they ever simply refill it without me having to call, follow up, try to find a number where a real person answers rather than their labyrinthine recordings. On MULTIPLE occasions I asked them to refer me to some other sleep medicine doctor which was more patient centered.  They never made any referral.  This place is not patient-friendly.  It is run like a bureaucratic nightmare.  It would be different if they had correctly and adequately treated my condition from the beginning.  There is very little consistency - you are foisted off to whatever new resident they have.  It's always like starting from zero. I would highly recommend NOT going to this place.  They are impossible to get through to; their billing practices are a nightmare.  In short, there is not one thing about the way this place is run that is patient-centered.
    - Crystal L.
  • F
    Dailey, Dr. Thomas M
    He doesn?t communicate well and doesn?t listen to what I have to say. I don?t like his approach towards me. My overall experience has not been good with him.
    - Susan and James M.
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