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  • A
    Peruvemba, Dr. Niti V.
    The last time we saw her, both my husband and I got sick while visiting Thailand. She fit us in even though her schedule was full and sent us off to the hospital for lots of blood work. It ended up being a bacterial thing that we probably got from eating shellfish that was not washed in clean water. She got us all set up with an antibiotic and we were on the mend in a few days.
    - Jill C.
  • A
    Raymond Poliakin MD
    Very good doctor, but sometimes tough to communicate with.  He knows what he is talking about, but he is a man of few words, unless you keep asking questions.  He diagnosed my friend's breast cancer in the early stages.  Go to him for a good doctor, but not for warm fuzzies.
    - Jennifer D.
  • D
    Shapiro, Dr. Richard
    His staff were never particularly nice or competent. Prior to the procedure and post opp, he never returned my calls in a timely manner. Usually it took 2 - 3 days even though the staff guaranteed I would receive a call back that same day. I tried multiple times, ultimately giving up. We had questions before the operation regarding the billing and healing process that were never adequately answered. Furthermore, and most importantly, we were told our son would take 2-3 days most to heal and would not have too much discomfort. Based on this we decided we did not need to wait until spring or summer break to have the procedure. It's been 10 days and my son is still home from school. The first week he was in a lot of pain. There was a discrepancy in how to care for the area in the literature they provided and from what was told to us directly by the staff when we checked out. Because of the lack of response, I simply stopped trying, preferring more to do the post op check up and get the additional pain meds and all other questions answered through our pediatrician. The pediatrician says it is healing well, it is just taking a lot longer. I think this doctor is competent enough but I would not recommend him for pediatric surgery or to anyone who expects the extra effort or care.
    - deanna h.
  • A
    Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
    .We find them to generally be very good.  I appreciate having all manner
    of care under one roof.  I can't imagine home some of the complex care
    received by wife could have been arranged in any thing but an HMO.
    There have been a few frustrating experiences, but they have been manageable.
    Kaiser keeps trying to improve by changing things.  They don't always help, but they learn and change again.  The switch to a totally digital record system has been very impressive.  The staff seems to have been trained well and accepts the new system.
    We will be staying with Kaiser.
    - Gil S.
  • A
    Hannah Grossman MD
    Dr Hannah Grossman is an excellent doctor. Sometimes it is almost impossible to get an appointment right away, and need to wait couple weeks as she is pretty busy and popular. She is simple and communicates well. My whole family (of course the female only) have been going to her office for years.
    - Michael D.
  • B
    Kryger, Dr. Zol
    Overall, Dr Kryger was patient and calm. He is very straight-forward and gets to the point. It seems he is not interested to carry offside conversation, just focus what needs to be done. He removed the mole on the face. It is too early to tell and will take some time for the scar to heal as normal as possible. His surgery room is quite impressive.
    - Michael D.
  • F
    Loh, Dr. Irving K.
    I'm an 59 year old avid cyclist in good physical condition. I suffered a heart attack about a year ago due to a rupture of plague buildup in a coronary artery while cycling.. I had 2 stents placed and during the procedure, no other evidence of narrowing of any other arteries was found. I went to doctor Loh hoping for advice on how to reduce any future heart attack risk as naturally as possible. Even though I had already reduced by LDL to 105 and increased my HDL to 62 without drugs and was still working to better that I finally agreed to on statins after much pressure and fear mongering from Dr. Loh. After only 4 weeks I had to go off statins because severe muscle pain in my chest muscles. He did not warn me about the possibilities of this serious side effect or any other side effects. When I ask him why he said nothing is answer was that he doesn't  like to talk to patients about side effects because then they will think they are having side effects.
    It's been almost three months and the pain is still with me, The pain is 50% better then it was during the first week of the onset of pain when I had to take pain killers to be able to sleep. It still get worse sometimes depending on my activity level. I now know (no thanks to Dr. Loh) that muscle damage is a common and under reported side effect that can become serious enough in rare cases to cause death. Recovery time can take months and sometimes years and may result in permanent damage.
    Dr. Loh will tell you that he does research for the drug companies and that most of patients are part of some research he does. If you decide to Dr Loh be warned that he is VERY pro drug. There are other doctors who are much better and take a balanced approach to heart care which includes lifestyle, diet as well as the appropriate use of drugs. 
    Dr. Loh knows only one treatment...DRUGS.
    - Mark R.
  • A
    Ben-Zur, Dr. Uri M
    I'll keep the reason of my visits to Dr Uri Ben Zur private, but i'll gladly share my experience about the way he and his staff treat their
    patients.
    First of all, they make every effort to accommodate your schedule. Meaning, you can get an appointment as early as 6:00 AM.
    2nd, They show how much they really care, and that's huge when you have
    a heart condition. Thx to Dr Ben Zur, I stopped smoking after more than
    30 years and it wasn't as hard as one would imagine.
    When you have a
    heart condition, you need constant check ups, It's worrying, but with
    Dr Ben Zur, it feels like it's no big deal.
    Him and the rest of his
    staff are ANGELS!!! I hope i won't have to recommend his service to
    anyone, but in case someone is looking for a great doc for his heart, he
    his the guy to go to!
    - mark t.
  • A
    Dahlin, Dr. Christine E.
    My family and I have been patients of Dr. Dahlin's for several years now and have never once had a bad experience with her or her staff. She has always had an air of friendliness to her that makes going for a check up feel pleasant instead of it seeming like a chore. I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking a health care provider.
    - jon r.
  • A
    Jack Gindi MD
    He has been managing my cholesterol, blood pressure and sugar levels, which requires my visiting him every few months. In between visits, I will visit him when I have an upper respiratory infection or flu.Dr. Gindi is extremely thorough and is concerned about everything affecting your health, even those issues that are handled by specialists, as he takes a wholistic approach to your care. If you have x-rays or surgery ordered by a specialist, he will ask for copies of records for your files, so he has all information about your health when evaluating you.He will discuss treatment options with you, rather than dictate what you should or should not do. He incorporates non-traditional methods in his practice as a result of Oriental medicine training that he had years ago, like acupuncture and the judicious use of herbal substances such as red yeast rice for hypercholesterol, depending on the patient's medical history. He does not advocate extreme or unproven methods, tending to go for the cautious or preventive route before prescribing medication or surgery.So, what's the downside of using Dr. Gindi as your primary care practitioner? You may have to wait a bit for him in the waiting room, because he is thorough with every patient, and may run slightly over schedule, but he will never rush you once he is in your examining room. And if you're looking for and quot;discountand quot; healthcare, look elsewhere; he is a fee-for-service physician, not on any network, and your insurance will cover at out of network benefits, so your payment won't be anywhere near network reimbursement. Also, he doesn't accept Medicare payments. But you get what you pay for. And my family gets excellent care from a caring professional.
    - Phyllis L.
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