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  • They have a large a staff which I appreciate because it gives patients people to consult within the group. It is not just a single doctor. They are very professional, and they are able to get you in quickly. They have a lot of people because there is not a lot of doctors in this area, so they are just very efficient. They are very good in communicating with the patient.
    - Robert M.
  • It's impossible to get in to see him but he is absolutely wonderful. He's the best in the valley. I'm a patient so availability is not an issue. I haven't had any problems with the billing and administration.
    - William B.
  • We were generally happy except for maybe the last two years. We had care that was okay, but not great. We had more satisfactory years than unsatisfactory so I would recommend them. They keep us waiting all the time but that may be normal.
    - Dennis H.
  • Over all it went great. Everything went as it should.I haven't had any major health problems, but the small problems that I have had were handled well, with good followup and good communication.
    I gave them an A grade in availability because once you are a patient they respond quickly when they are called, and there is not a long wait for appointments.However, if you are not already one of their patients and are looking for a primary care doctor, availability can be difficult. The doctors at that clinic seem to have a full workload, and don't accept many new patients.
    - Stephen S.
  • Good. Dr. Cohen explained the procedure beforehand. She was caring and has a great bedside manner. She called to follow up with lab results on the "removed parts". There had been some bad indications before surgery; but everything was okay with the "removed parts" and I didn't need to worry about cancer. My sister had uterine cancer and it had spread too far before it was found (she lived in Southern California and recently passed away from metestatic cancer which began in her uterus.) So I feel very relieved that I don't have to worry about having cancer. And I had wonderful Doctor!
    - Vivian K.
  • I came to Dr. Trandanh with hopes she would listen to my life threatening health concerns and take the time to try and uncover what was causing my paralytic symptoms. Rather than taking time to evaluate my health concerns, she took out a prescription pad and prescribed anti-psychotic medications. After I realized what she had done, I knew that I could not trust her. I stopped the medications that were worsening my condition. Dr. Trandanh has absolutely no personality, is cold and distant. The office is run by people who don't care. Dr Trandanh made a referral to a neurologist and sabotaged any chance for an honest evaluation. The neurologist dismissed me without concern or conducting a comprehensive exam. It was obvious that his opinions of my condition had been severely skewed by Dr. Trandanh. It was becoming obvious to me that these doctors were talking to one another behind the scenes and refusing to provide any treatment other than more prescription drugs to treat me for psychosis that turned out to be shifting in my bodily potassium levels which was causing paralysis of my muscles. I hope that no one else gets fooled by this quack and trust her with their medical care. Dr.Trandanh should not be practicing medicine in my opinion. . Susan Q. Knittle-Hunter
    - Calvin & Susan H.
  • The actual colonoscopy is painless and almost a non-event, much less intrusive than a morning at the dentist. The day before the actual colonoscopy is really the most unpleasant part of the entire procedure. The day before my colonoscopy, I followed a liquid diet only, drinking water, soda and bouillon. Toward the end of the day, I started the "bowel prep" process, consuming one package (two glasses) of Fleets Phospho-soda over a 4 hour period. Once consuming bowel prep solution , stay close to the bathroom. The phospho-soda is an incredibly effective laxative. I was in the bathroom every 30 minutes for about 4 hours prior to bedtime. You are also advised to drink plenty of water during the bowel preparation process since you will be losing a considerable amount of water with each bowel movement. The day of the colonoscopy, I arrived at Dr. Hoellrich's office about 9:00 am. Because mild sedation is given during the procedure, it's recommended someone come with you to drive home afterward. My wife brought me to the office and was with me during the entire procedure. She and I went into the exam room, where an IV was inserted into the back of my hand and I was given a mild sedative. I laid down on my left side and the endoscope, a small black tube about the diameter of my little finger with camera and light, was gently inserted into my rectum. After the initial endoscope insertion, I hardly knew the endoscope was there. My wife and I were able to view the images of my colon projected on the wall as Dr. Hoellrich moved the endoscope through my colon, just like a medical documentary program on TV. Doctor Hoellrich examined my entire colon very thoroughly and found two very small locations he wanted to biopsy. To be honest, the locations were so small, I could not see them on the screen. While watching on the screen, Dr. Hoellrich took a digital snapshot of both locations and then inserted a small tissue extractor through a passage in the endoscope already inside me, navigated the head of the tissue extractor to the locations in my colon, and took two very small tissue samples, something I could not even feel. The samples were extracted back through the endoscope, again while the endoscope was still inserted in my colon, and placed in small sample bottles for shipment to the local lab. Dr. Hoellrich then turned the endoscope camera around, inside my colon, looking back at the endoscope tube and my rectum. This was the only time I experienced any pressure during the entire procedure. The pressure was not painful, feeling more like a gas bubble (f***?) that needed to be expelled. Dr. Hoellrich then returned the endoscope to its normal position (straight, inline) and removed the endoscope from my body. The entire procedure lasted about an hour. The actual colonoscopy was pleasant and painless, much more pleasant than a visit to the dentist. I'm 53 and this was my first colonoscopy. I'll be going back to Dr. Hoellrich as long as he is practicing. Oh, and the two tissue samples were nothing to worry about. That's great peace of mind. Finally, I did my research for all of the doctors in my area who could perform a colonoscopy. Dr. Hoellrich has an impeccable reputation and was the most reasonably priced for patients without medical insurance, much more competitive than any of the local (Medford, OR) doctors.
    - John L.
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  • Best infection rate in the southern oregon area.  That is key to any hospital stay.  They were on time and functional.
    - John M.
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