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  • A
    Buchanan Medical Arts
    Dr, Buchanan is an amazing doctor who really, I mean really takes the time to understand your issues and make sure you have all the information you need. Out of all the doctors I have had over my 46 years, he is far and away the top doc.  Getting in to see him can sometimes be tough but it is well worth the wait.
    - STEVEN C.
  • A
    Dr Yasmin McInerney
    I have seen Dr. McInerney several times for medical reasons this past year. She makes time for all her patients, manages her schedule well so that she can spend time with patients and also be respectful of the wait time for others. She is a good collaborator, and listens to my opinions about my treatment and takes my wishes into consideration. So far her referrals to specialists have been spot-on.
    What impressed me most is that I called her emergency number at 3:00 AM when I was having a reaction with medication. She called me back in less than 5 minutes, and saw me in her office the following day. I truly appreciate patient care on that level; few of my friends' doctors are so mindful.
    - PAM B.
  • A
    Sullivan, Dr. Christine M
    After weightloss surgery, I lost 108 lbs. I have a very large pannus (skin flap) under my stomach. Christine explained the procedure (I spent a lot of time researching) and we took pictures and submitted to insurance.(twice) It was determined (by insurance standards) that this was a cosmetic procedure, not a medical one.
    I've had to learn to try and dress around it, and use deodorant in strange places. I am bummed but......
    - Annie C.
  • A
    Riverside Surgical Associates
    Dr. John Leff and his team at Knightsbridge Surgical Center did excellent work in preparing me for and performing outpatient laproscopic surgery for a large, two-y ear-old inguinal hernia.  Dr. Leff''s teams, both at Riverside Surgical Associates and at Knightsbridge Surgical Center were not only professional and knowledgeable, but also were caring, supportive, and reassuring. They kept me informed and comfortable throughout the entire process, from my initial consultation on 2/24/15 through my final post op exam on 4/14/15.  Dr. Leff''s surgical nurse, Francy, was always available, knowledgeable, and caring in responding to any questions and/or concerns that I had both prior to and after the surgery.  The facilities at both sites were clean, inviting, and comfortable for the patients and anyone who may accompany them.  I would highly recommend Dr. John Leff, Riverside Surgical Associates, and Kinghtsbridge Surgery Center to others without qualification.
    - Louis K.
  • B
    Joseph E Hall MD - Ohio ENT
    He explained what he was doing, and very calming and made sure I was at ease during the scope.  He went over all the results with me regarding my hearing test and talked about different options I could do for the ringing in my ears.  I had a bit of a wait in between the tests and him going over them with me.  The receptionist seemed a little rude and snippy.
    - Karen P.
  • B
    Wasilewski, Dr. Ray
    Surgery went well. I had declined the nerve block because of the way the process was presented to me by the anesthesiologist (very uncool on his part... But certainly not Dr. Waz's fault). Woke up hooked up to self-administering pain killer pump. Worked well. Physical/occupational therapists at Grant were wonderful and so helpful, and got me out of bed and upright right away. But I was miserable, however, because some other doctor whom I didn't know and who didn't know me decided I should not be allowed to eat any sugar, salt, or real butter -- all of which are staples in my normal diet, and he prescribed a very strict no-fat no-sugar no-salt diet, I couldn't eat. I couldn't stand the taste of the food without my normal additives. I developed a pounding headache and explained the only things that would make me feel better and allow me to sleep were an Advil (they would only give me Tylenol, which had no effect on my headache), an anti-histamine for my allergies, and eatable food. None of which was provided to me. So, I spent a second unplanned for night in the hospital because I was a wreck with no sleep, no food, and a splitting headache. Once home after two days in the hospital, life looked much sweeter. I did have trouble bending my knee to the degree Dr. Waz required, however, so I went back to the hospital two weeks later for a quick procedure where Dr Waz bent my surgical knee for me while I was again under anesthesia. Dr Waz also prescribed a few Valium pills for me where I only took one each night at bedtime for maybe two weeks. That Valium allowed me to sleep in comfort, which in turn I believe really aided in my healing. My knee made great strides in healing once I was permitted to go to the pool and water walk as well as take Advil when needed, I didn't feel the Oxycodone prescribed did much good .... Advil made all the difference to me. After about three months, My knee was in pretty good shape, and after a year, it was great. Now, almost six years later, that right knee is the strong reliable one (of my two knees) that I always count on,
    - Virginia W.
  • C
    Midwest Physician Anesthesia
    I had two different experiences.  The first surgery they tried to do a spinal block and stuck 8 holes in my lower back and couldn't get it to work.  A couple of weeks after the surgery I called the office they argued with me about the number of times he tried to get the spinal block and I finally told them my wife is a doctor and she counted the number of holes in my lower back.  This ended the discussion.  I ask for someone different on my second surgery and the second surgery was fine. This doctor got the spinal block on the first try.
    - CHRIS L.
  • A
    Alexander, Dr. Michael
    Scheduling was a little difficult for this appointment. Dr. Alexander is covered by our insurance and he's part of the medical practice I've been going to for a long time. Dr. Alexander is great and everyone in the office is good.
    - Terry L.
  • A
    Worthington Family Physicians
    I just think they're very thorough. If I need a referral, they offer good referrals. It's usually not hard to get in to see them. I guess I can't really measure up my doctor there in the same field because they are like a family practice, and I don't go to anybody else. So there's not much to compare it to. I'm pretty pleased and pretty familiar with them, and so I do not need to see somebody else especially since I've gone there for so long. When a person sticks with one doctor and when the facility gets to know them, there's more of a rapport that is built with them.
    - Brenda A.
  • A
    I think they’re thorough and very personable.  It’s a very clean environment and definitely caters to women.  The facilities are very women-like.  think the services have improved.  They continually upgrade their facilities, the equipment and stuff that they use.  It’s very easy to get an appointment.
    - Brenda A.
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