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  • A
    He does seem to know what he's doing. He listens. If I wanna argue with him, he'll gives me his reasons to doing something. When I go for check up every year, he would have an ultrasound done. He immediately referred me to an obstetrician, who specialize in uterine cancers. If Dr. Mark had been willing to listen to me, I might have spent awful money on chemotherapy. As far as I am concerned, he saved my life, he saved a huge quality of grief by listening to me and acting on what I told him.
    - KEITH M.
  • A
    I made the appointment through the doctor's "web portal".  In just a few minutes I had an appointment for two days later.  I arrived a few minutes early.  Doctor Goodman greeted me and immediately took me back to a treatment room.  She determined the two sore spots on my right foot were caused by "hyperkeratotic" skin.  She "debrided" the two spots, alleviating the pressure and irritation they had been causing me, She then trimmed all my toenails, both feet.  Entire visit took about 10-15 minutes.  Doctor's office will submit all paperwork to the insurance company.   Doctor Goodman is very nice, and In several visits to her office over the past few years, I have never been kept waiting.   Very fast service.
    - DALE K.
  • A
    I made the appointment just a few days in advance via Dr. Goodman's web portal. Very easy to do. I was even able to update the usual forms online, in advance of going to the office. My appountment was for 11:00 am Thursday Sept 04. I arrived about 15 minutes early. Dr. Goodman was acting as her own receptionist. After verifying there was no change to my insurance info, she immediately took me back to the treatment room. She removed the two small hard spots that were bothering me, and then trimmed and filed my damaged big toe nail. I was walking out of the office at 11:00 am - my actual appointment time. Dr. Goodman is friendly, professional, and does not keep you waiting.
    - DALE K.
  • C

    my internist had routine blood work done and found that my psa score doubled from my previous years.  in the past, my psa score registered about 1.5 to 1.7.  this time, it was 3.0.  I suspect their protocol caused this to raise a red flag.  I was retested with a more precise psa test and my score came back at 3.4.  this caused pandemonium.  the clinic sent me a letter asking me to make an appointment with one of their urologists.  mychart/Cleveland clinic sent information about prostrate cancer and asked me to see a urologist.  it seemed that whomever reviewed my medical information, whether it was my dermatologist, internist, a nurse or whomever they all made it clear that I must see a neurologist to follow up.  so I did.  why shouldn't I, everyone kept telling me to do  it.  ok so I make the appointment and now, I began to fear the worst.  I  see a urologist and the intake nurse tells me the doctor is probably going to want to buy a prostrate biopsy.  my fears begin to set in deeper.  (note: the Cleveland clinic had just made local news agencies aware that due to budget restraints, they were going to have to lay off 3000 employees.)  (note: I had awesome medical coverage through county government.)  so the doctor comes in and reviews the data and recommends a get a prostrate biopsy.  he says that because the numbers doubled from previous years, it would be prudent.  he said it probably wasn't cancer but if it was and we caught it early, I could live a normal life.  fine!  at this point I am convinced that I need this procedure.  the operation was brutal.  this is one procedure you don't want to go through. i will spare you the details but needless to say, I am still not right to this day.  almost, one year later.  ok now, between the operation and my 6 month recommended follow up by the neurologist, i lose my health insurance.  (note: i had been with the Cleveland clinic for over 20 years.  most of the time, i felt like a respected number with insurance. don't ever expect to be able to reach your doctor directly, no matter what.  you will have to make an appointment.  they have now implemented through mychart, an ability to send your doctor a email.  this  hospital loves to manage the care of highly insured clients.  they will forget you ever existed when you lose you health insurance.  after i lost mine, i had mentioned to some of the physicians that my insurance was ending due to layoff very soon.  now one ever recommended any type of services that help the uninsured and no one ever reached out to me even thought my insured status was well known.  i know it was well known because just before my follow up visit with my urologist, i was asked to produce my insurance coverage in order to see him.  this sounded exactly how i expected the clinic to act.  no insurance, don't waste our time!  nice protocol for a billion dollar nonprofit hospital paying no taxes to the city of cleveland, ohio.  well, at least all the physicians can buy second homes and go on lavish vacations.  my urologist headed off to the Bahamas the same day after he performed my surgery.  he wasn't worried about seeing me for my follow up.  why should he be, i didn't have insurance.  he never called.  so after talking with people who had the same surgery as i did, i come to find out that their psa were up in the 5's and 6 and 7ens.  mine was only 3.4.  however, there were no layoff notices happening when the others suffered through the same surgery as me.  in short, i will be going to metro health or university hospitals in the future.  good by Cleveland clinic, thanks for looking out for me!  p.s.  my biopsy samples came back negative!  thank you god!








    - James C.
  • A
    They do everything medical from eye care to dental. They are a large clinic that has several locations. It is very easy to get an appointment and they will direct you to the clinic that has immediate availability. When my sister was about 15 years old, she was given six months to live and then we took her to the Cleveland Clinic. We took her here and their physicians figured it out and she lived until she was 65. We have been going there ever since and we won't go anywhere else. They are good people and are very good to work with.
    - Stan S.
  • A
    happy hills has been a great experience for my daughter.  What we loved about the  place when we walked in, was that it felt much more family oriented and less institutionalized.  The staff is very loving and caring towards the children from when they are toddlers on up.  They are like an extended family to us and our daughter has thrived in their love and care.  Additional pluses...very reasonable meals (breakfast, lunch, and snacks all for $2.50).  option to go part time...this is hard to find for the little ones.  Nice outdoor play area for the kids in the summer, daily report cards.
    This is a not for profit daycare...no frills, just great caring people.
    - Michael P.
  • A
    Following a visit to my Oncologist, I was to have various precautionary scans done. Dr.s office faxed order for tests to Parma Hospital. Hospital's scheduling office promptly phoned me at home to schedule the scans, some in the Medical Arts IV Outpatient testing facility, some in the main hospital building.  Tests included some blood work, a left side mammogram, chest and abdomen CT scans, a bone scan, and a bone density scan.   Scheduling office and staffers did a good job of explaining things to me.  All tests were performed in a timely fashion, as scheduled.  Hospital submiitted all paperwork to the insurance company for me.
    - DALE K.
  • A
    I think that he is a practical and realistic doctor. He does not like to push a lot of test or medication unless they are absolutely warranted. He likes to explore other options. The office in general responds very well to calls from me. They do get busy.
    - Marianne L.
  • A
    I am very impressed with the doctors there. Anytime I have orthopedic issues or issues with leg, knee, or shoulder, they are the local people in the area that I definitely put my trust in and recommend. Me being fifty years old and active in sports, there are quite a few things that I go to them for. I particularly trust Dan, he is experienced, he seems to know what he is talking about, and it is not whole lot of a speculation. I trust his diagnosis and treatment. They are very busy because of the schedule and the number of people they see so one should expect to wait but it is not horrible either.
    - Chris M.
  • A
    My Oncologist strongly urged me to get my first-ever colonoscopy. (I will be 60 yrs old in another month).  I went to the Gastroenterologist she referred me to, and made an appt for the colonoscopy to be performed at Parma Community General Hospital on Friday Sept 07, 2012.    PCGH phoned me 2 days in advance to "pre-register" me.  On the day before my procedure, I called a designated phone number, and was told what time to appear at the hospital (8:30 am, procedure at 9:30am).  I arrived at the hospital "Surgical Waiting Area" shortly before 8:30am. Signed in at the desk. Was promptly taken back to a "prep" area. 
    changed into hospital gown, signed permission forms, etc.  Vital signs taken, usual routine.  I was then taken to a surgical bed, IV set up, spoke with doctor, nurses, etc.   Eventually was taken to the "endoscopy" room.  Staff in there very friendly, did a lot to ease my anxiety.
    Doctor began actual procedure about 10am; finished in about 25-30 minutes. I was awake and alert the entire time, under a mild sedative, ad was able to watch the procedure on the same monitor the doctor was viewing.  Doctor found and removed two polyps. Afterwards I was returned to the recovery area for an hour or so, then discharged to go home, with follow up instructions: Call the doctor's office in 3-5 business days for a report on the polyps, and make an appointment for an office visit in one month.
         Parma Hospital was very efficient, all staff very friendly and helpful, explained things well, answered any questions. Very smooth  procedure all the way.
    - DALE K.
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