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At Dominic, Mark Valverde, MD, Jackson, MS
Mark Valverde, former Psychiatrist at St Domic hospital in Jackson, MS will not 1. Look his patients in the eyes or call them by name, even when the patient asks that he do so. When the patient was in the inpatient area of the hospital, the nurses were unable to reach Dr Valverde by phone or beepers when he was needed for emergencies. The staff appeared to be scared of him. He would not reply when a patient was in distress. Dr Valverde is a psychiatrist. Psychiatrists are supposed to look at their patients in the eye and offer understanding. He was unable to connect with his patients. It was a shame he was chosen to work with the most vulnerable of patients. I left with the lowest opinion of his communication skills, his lack of compassion and he had an air of being better than others. His choice to not respond to calls from staff calls was malpractice. Dr Valverde would not look the patients in the eyes. It may behoove him to work in a lab or do research. Psychiatry must encompass compassion. Dr Valverde had no compassion.
Michael Romberg, MD, 19657 S La Grange Road, Mokena, IL, 60448
Dr. Romberg was my second opinion. The first surgeon wanted to immediately do surgery. I was told by a friend of mine to go see Dr. Romberg and my prayers were answered. He is very knowlegable and he took the time to explain things to me. I knew immediately that this guy would do me right! He made me feel better about making my decision. I was scared at first going into his clinic but his staff will make you feel immediately at home (very friendly Diana, Daniel -- Tina his nurse) and treated me with respect ! I prayed for this doctor and I thank God that this doctor came into my life! Dr. Romberg has helped me get the care I so needed and I am recovering well from surgery. I hope everyone reads this because this doctor does good! He is a humble man and he does his patients good! Shante Mark
mark tranovich, v a columbus ohio, columbus, OH
THESE VA DOCTORS ARE CROOKS. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.
Deborah White, Saint Joseph, MO
I have been trying to figure out my diabetes for years. At first, I believed she was a great doctor, but as I'm wanting different options, I'm starting to doubt her. What she says in person versus what she writes in clinical notes don't match. She doesn't accurately portray my desires and concerns in her notes either, which makes me seem like a stupid, uneducated patient. She writes that she suggested a treatment but never mentioned said treatment to me verbally. She failed to list reasons for requesting medication changes. It feels like a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde situation. I've considered recording conversations so that future doctors will know the truth versus what's in my records. I have messaged her and her supervising MD regarding my concerns. If they are addressed properly, I will gladly change my rating and review. If not, I will be finding a new primary care doctor for both my daughter and I.
Mark E. Kleinman MD, Southeastern Retina Associates, Bristol, VA, 24201
DR Kleinman has been treating me for over a year. I had a serious problem & with his treatment, my vision is now 20/20. He is a caring, concerned Dr.
Larry D. Field, 1325 E Fortification Street, Jackson, MS, 39202
Dr. Field is an excellent doctor and surgeon. Very personable and genuinely cares for his patients.
Mark Artusio, 45 Thomas Johnson dr., Frederick, MD
Excellent surgeon in all respects.
Agape, Mark Laty, MD., Miami, FL
Amazing and down to earth but he left AGAPE... too bad.
Benjamin stronach, Jackson, MS
Steven Shichman, MD, 85 Seymour St., Hartford, CT, 06106
Dr. Steven Jon Schichman is Director of the Urology Department at Hartford Hospital, Tallwood Men's Health Center. I thank God for Doctor Shichman. his sense of urgency was very comforting. In response to my initial contact, within minutes, he called me 3 times with updates and a next day appointment with Dr. Bieniek, an expert urologist on his staff.