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  • A
    I have been using them for 2 years now. It is good. Everybody is friendly and it's pretty private. They are on a bad area but that's pretty typical for these kinds of places. A lot of times they make it for the homeless. There are lots of homeless veterans out there. They are making it where that those folks can get in and that's usually in the worst part of the town. It's not really pretty.
    - Glenis N.
  • B
    Dr. Beltran, I don't know which grade to give you because I'm heartbroken over what happened between you and me when my father died. And beyond that, I've lost my special spot in St. Petersburg, my condo, where I only needed to drive a few short miles to get to anything that I needed just up and down Fourth Street. When I told you that I wanted to move thousands of miles away, I wasn't even sure of my decision. I wish you had explored with me why I wanted to move. I couldn't have given you even one good answer. Improving my life didn't require moving. And now, just three years later, my life has deteriorated because among other things, I can't find a psychiatrist who takes Medicare except for one office that requires numerous interstates and therefore is too complicated for me. Leaving St. Petersburg was absolutely the worst decision possible, and now I'm living with the consequences of being like a prisoner in my own house, which I don't know how to maintain, without anyone to care about me anymore, not to mention that I loved you and you turned away from me for reasons that I still don't understand. Please contact me so that we can find a way to salvage my life.
    - Cheryl K.
  • D
    I have seen him twice and was disappointed both times. I went for anxiety
    and depression. He was insensitive and impatient. This did not sit well
    with me at all. I got the sense of being spoken down to. As though he
    was the parent and I was the child. I do not appreciate this at all.
    - Patrice M.
  • A
    We discussed any changes from last appointment . Talked about a new treatment for me and notice weakness in my legs from last time I saw him. So he thought we need 3 days of steroids. I love that they do that in his office, I don't like going through the hospital. At his office you get the same nurses and at the hospital you're not sure if you will see the same nurse. I love all the staff in the office, they are so friendly and ask stuff about normal stuff ( not always medical ). Dr. Brandes is updated on new treatments that are in trials or that are now available. We will discuss if any of these will benefit me and the reason that some would not. He makes you feel like your his only patient, he doesn't hurry you.
    - BETTY M.
  • F
    You had called 4 times and received an automotive message every time. I had left a message every time I called and I never heard back from anyone. This could be a great doctor I could use, but I do not know becasue I never was able to get ahold of them.
    - Laurence M.
  • A
    In the decade before Dr. Bolin became my psychologist, I was hospitalized 8 times because of manic psychotic episodes. In each case, I was taking my psychotropic medications as prescribed. For the more than 23 years Dr. Bolin has treated me, I have been hospitalized only twice, each time due to a modification of my medications. His expertise and Christian counseling have helped to control my mood swings.
    - Ruth Anne M.
  • B
    Arrived at the emergency room and as always, did not really have more than a 5 minute wait to get into the ER. Everyone is very nice and attentive each visit. Only problem we ever have is waiting to get into a regular room once decision is made to admit him. We are told half hour or so and it always ends up being more like 2 hours or more. Makes it hard since we are both diabetic and need to have meals on some type of schedule. If it's going to be two hours, let us know and we can adjust, but instead I keep waiting to go eat because I want to be there when he is moved.
    Once admitted into the main hospital, again the staff is very good. We have had no trouble with any of them. Many are superb and seem to go out of their way to make you comfortable. Food is ok - pretty typical hospital food. Hubby had several meals he really liked, others not so much. The cafeteria is pretty good. They have a nice variety of foods from salads to a fast food grill with really good onion rings.
    Big draw back to me is that this hospital no longer has neurologists that visit patients. I was told they all pulled out in April (I think) of this year and you have to go to their offices. Seems like a place this size would have at least one or two on staff. A lot of my husband's problems are neurological so finding this out on our last visit was not very comforting. We will have to decide now if we want to change hospitals going forward. We have always used this one because of the convenience to where we live and to our doctors.
    The hospital can be a little confusing to navigate. I wish they had better direction signs. Of course, after so many visits lately, I have pretty much learned my way around.
    Overall, other than the lack of a neurologist, we have always been very pleased with the care we receive here. The entire hospital staff is wonderful, no matter what job they have. I would definitely recommend this hospital to friends and family.
    - Barbara E.
  • D
    I will not tell the whole 20-year story, but will mention three items from recent years: (1) When she could not make any suggestions I found useful about the insomnia, which has troubled me for a long time, I asked her to refer me to the sleep clinic at Johns Hopkins.  She declined to write a letter for me.  Her stated reason was that this was my idea, not hers.  (2)  I did go to Johns Hopkins.  They did a sleep study.  When I brought the results back to Dr. Barker, she rejected them, saying that the study had obviously been incompetently done.  (Johns Hopkins was incompetent.)  (3)  She conducted a sleep study.  She reported to me that I had narcolepsy, and prescribed medication.  Sometime made me wary of this.  The internet will tell you that the hallmark of narcolepsy is that you experience powerful urges to sleep during the day.  That is not now and never has been my problem.  I have since consulted two other neurologists who specialize in sleep disorders.  Their opinion, based on yet another sleep study, is that I do not have narcolepsy or anything like it.
    - Richard W.
  • A
     I liked him and thought he was easy to talk to. He helped me with some aspects of my life. I thought the office staff could have been friendlier. They were strictly business and that was it. It was about either file your insurance or make your payment and not much friendliness involved. The actual office was fine but the staff could have been friendlier. I think the front staff is very important since they are the first people you see. I would see him again if needed.
    - Sherry H.
  • A
    He is great. When you first start going to him, he takes plenty of time to listen and go over all information with you. HE also gives you price options. He is a very caring doctor. He is on time with his appointments. His record keeping is superb. His secretary is very responsive, where if you leave a message she will get back to you no matter what.
    - mary-margaret m.
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