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  • Dr. Brown and his staff are amazing!!! They are a highly professional team all the way. I needed to have a diagnostic Colonoscopy done and with me never ever being in a hospital, the team made sure that I was 100 percent confident, safe, and at peace throughout the whole process. Yes, I did have doubts and some reservations because this type of situation was new to me, but Dr. Brown and his team were sensitive, caring and kind. The whole procedure was over before I even knew it. They walked me through every step of the way and were there at all times to answer any questions that I had. Dr. Brown is one of Visalia's finest. He is a definite recommendation to all that need a Gastroenterologist.
    - Ruben Q.
  • Dr. Naylor has been our family Doc for almost 15 years-nice but to the point if needed-I hugely reccomend
    Dr. Kambaj-A Liver Doc I was reffered to by (Dr.Naylor) Set me up with a transplant location-saved my life and now manages my follow up-Saved my life is the best recomendation I can think of
    - Rick H.
  • Dr. Kamboj is a nice guy and excellent doctor. He set me up with a southern Ca. Liver Transplant group.
    I had the surgery in Feb. 2013 in So Cal and now do much of my follow ups with Dr. Kamboj -His knowledge and networking with the big clinics (In this case Loma Linda) saved my life.- He also has done more routine tests on my wife-all's well and she feels the same-Great Doc!!!!!!
    - Rick H.
  • I arrived 10 minutes early and was cheerfully greeted by his staff.  When my name was called, I was asked how I was doing, weighed and shown to an examining room.  My vital signs were taken and shortly after Dr. arrived.  He, too, asked how I was and if there had been any changes since my last visit ( go every 3 months), including my employement, family, and other Dr. visits.  We went over my lab results, he took my vital signs (again), listened to my heart and lungs, reviewed my medications, and made arrangments for my next visit.  I couldn't ask for a better Dr.
    - Janette S.
  • I had considerable pain after the surgery: pain scale 6-8 (out of 10), that was only relieved by doubling the small amount of pain medication that was prescribed to me by Dr. Anderson, by lying in bed with ice and without moving, and by taking additional large doses of Ibuprofen. I received a call from IHC the day following the procedure and I told the person I was in considerable pain: he said I should use ice too, and when I said I was, he said "It will get worse before it gets better" and that I could always call the surgeons office because one was always available. The following day I called Dr. Anderson's office because I was almost out of pain medications and needed to speak with him to find some relief from my pain and to see if I was experiencing a post-operative complication. I was told that Dr. Anderson was not available, and that to proceed any further I needed to make a follow-up appointment with him (which I did, for one week in the future). I was then put through to his nurse who said I should take Ibuprofen and that Dr. Anderson was not available. I asked why there was not a physician on-call for Dr. Anderson and she said I did not sound like that was needed because I was only a day and a half post-op. I insisted on speaking with the physician on-call and she said she would try to have that person call whenever they got out of surgery, but otherwise she couldn't help me because she could not prescribe medications. Without any further offer of help from her, I was left to suffer in pain hoping someone from their office might call back. Because pain management is one of the primary quality indicators from the Institute of Medicine, I would rank Dr. Anderson and his office as "F" in medical care. I feel I have been left by IHC and Intermountain Surgical Specialists to find my own post-operative care on my own. I would highly NOT recommend this surgeon or this healthcare system to any patient seeking reliable or caring medical care.
    - George L.
  • I had an appendix attack and he very quickly performed the operation and when I went back to him for a checkup he said "I think your gall bladder is acting up" and he took me in the next day and took my gall bladder out. So now I am ok and he did a excellent job for me.
    - Yvonne D.
  • They were very quick and I was in and out in less than 30minutes. Dr Bossman was very friendly, she did her best to make me feel comfortable. The yearly exam is not my favorite, and I tend to put it off, but this was a good experience overall. I will continue to use this practice.
    - Susan B.
  • The bedside manner of the doctor that I saw on a regular basis was phenomenal. His apparent knowledge of his chosen profession made me very comfortable, and created a safe environment for me. I wouldn't see anyone else.
    - Christina M.
  • He is thorough, and has a great bedside manner. He is very good about providing free samples of medications if you cannot afford the full prescription. his staff is accommodating and will fit in your appointment at a time that works for you. They're even open on weekends. He is personable and kind, and doesn't just try to get you in and out of the office.
    - nadine h.
  • The services have gone really well.
    - Doris S.
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