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ROBERT M. PEROUTKA, 2401 W. BELVEDERE AVE., BALTIMORE, MD, 21215


Rating: 5 out of 5.

THE BEST DOCTOR WHO KNOWS WHAT HE IS DOING. HE CARES ABOUT HIS PATIENTS AND HELPS THEM. FOR ME HE IS THE BEST DOCTOR

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ROBERT M. PEROUTKA, 2401 W. BELVEDERE AVE., BALTIMORE, MD, 21215


Rating: 5 out of 5.

THE BEST ORTHOPEDIC DOCTOR .

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john strobis, 880n.w.13 th st., boca raton, FL


Rating: 5 out of 5.

i love this doctor, he send me to the best doctors , dr.charles toman, for my knee s operation,who did both knee s for one and many more doctor for different things Dr Strobis is the best.i m 74 ages old and i feel like i m in my 50th, thank god for wend you find a great md. your s truelly Ralph DYER

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Dr. M Abraham, 1220 Dewey Ave., Wauwatosa, WI


Rating: 1 out of 5.

After 7 years of care, my daughter's psychiatrist retired. We had the misfortune of selecting Dr. M. Abraham at Aurora Behavioral. She admitted to NOT HAVING THE TIME TO READ HER FILE BEFORE OUR VISIT! She then accused me of regularly abusing my child!! She put her in the hospital to "separate" us! (Maybe Trump is her hero?) While in the waiting room, a public location, she came in & stated I should expect a visit from CPS. Fortunately, the MD. in the hospital expressed it is clear there is NO abuse!!!!

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R. W. Rahmati, ENT MD, 180 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Rahmati's (NY Presbyterian, ENT Otolaryngologist) medical and diagnostic expertise and experience is matched by his concern, caring and commitment to the well being of his patients. Dr. Rahmati was able to relieve and cure an excruciatingly painful bout with a severe infection and swollen gland. Fortunate and grateful to be his patient. Florence Mann

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Dr Robert LaVille, 95 Mathews Blvd., Lafayette, LA


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I am dying because of Dr. LaVille. I saw this man for twelve years. I never missed an apt. for anything. About four years ago I questioned a growth on my check. He dismissed it as me chewing on my cheek in my sleep and offered to make me a set of night guards. I told him that he made me a pair two years ago. Then he said, well maybe your crowns need contouring. On my last visit to his office, I asked him to look at the growth on my cheak. He said,"that is nothing to worry about." One month Later, I was told at MD Anderson Cancer Center, that I had about a year to live and that it would be a hard death. I chose to do life extension Chemo and radiation at the same time to try and save my life. Now I'm in palliative care therapy. Keeping me comfortable until I dye. Many other doctors who treated me after doctor LaVille were shocked at his gross negligence to biopsy such a large tumor. I would not ever recommend this man who practices dentistry. I wouldn't even refer to him as a doctor.

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Daniel Skinner, MD, 2250 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Skin Cancer Specialists, LTD. Dr. Skinner is a Professional in all aspects of a Mohs surgery. His staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and first rate. I have a Great respect for he and his staff and would recommend them HIGHLY.. I have been going to him for many years and will continue to do so as long as we live in Arizona.

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Daniel Skinner MD, 2250 W Southern Ave #102, Mesa, AZ


Rating: 1 out of 5.

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syed m.f. alam md, 1815 henson ave, kalamazoo, MI


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Syed Alam, M.D. need,s to be gone and stoped from doing people wrongly and riping them off on there surgery,s ... with him he said and put me through hell to have surgery on my leg with him which my leg is still in pain and the same as was befor i whent in to surgery i dont beleave he did his job right he faked it grr when i said something to him on follow up he rudly walked out of the room .............HIGHLY DONT RECOMMEND . at advanced vascular kalamazoo mi

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Deborah White, Saint Joseph, MO


Rating: 1 out of 5.

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.

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Dr. Michael A.Gorin, 610 S.Carolina St., Baltimore, MD, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Gorin is my urologist at Johns Hopkins. He is a very good urologist, very personable and attentive. The urology dept. is so lucky to have Dr. Gorin.

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Dr. Ronald B Schlotfeldt, MD, 501 Washington, San Diego, CA, 92103


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I was getting screened by the nurse. She asked about my medical history along with the standard questions, have I been exposed to Covid, etc. I told her I had Covid at the end of Nov. She then asked what brought me in today. I told her but she kindly interrupted and said, "you just need a referral, correct." I said yes. I said, I'd also like some blood work done while I'm here, nothing of concern just might as well get a physical while I'm here. I also mentioned my throat was irritating me but I also get chronic tonsillitis at least once a year. I told her it wasn't anything I was really concerned about, but hopefully I could talk to the doc and possibly get a z pack. She said, ok let me go talk to the Doctor. He immediately came in, and read me my rights so to speak. I was actually fearful when he stepped foot in the room. His look he gave me was petrifying. I was appalled at his dismissive, assumptious meanness towards me. He right away said, "why would you ever come into this office with Covid symptoms." I said, I don't have Covid symptoms, what are you talking about. He said you have a sore throat and how dare you come into this office when you're sick. He said, what are you even in here for in the first place? I said, I came in here for a referral and thought it was a good idea to get a physical and mentioned my throat hurt. I said I had Covid the end of November and there's a 90 day period where you are free from reinfection. He was so mean. Not to mention all this took place in front of my five year old daughter. Even my daughter was scared. I said, I know it's not Covid its just a sore throat and you can't automatically just because my throat hurts, it's Covid. He said, well what else could it be then. I was shocked. I said maybe it tonsillitis. Then he said, how would you even get that then. I said, I don't know, germs... It was just back n forth banter. He then came back in a hazmat suit and said it was in my best interest to get Covid swab and Strep throat swab. He came back in 10 min later and cleared me. It was the most pointless waste of time/energy appointment with someone who has zero compassion for anyone and who made me feel like I was this disgusting walking germ in front of my daughter. Never want to see his face again!!!!!

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Michael Lim, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Michael Lim, neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD operated on my benign meningioma in January 2012. It was at the base of my brain near the brain stem pressing on my trigeminal nerve resulting in excruciating facial pain. I was allergic to all the successive trials of drugs given and a craniotomy and not cyberknife was necessary to resolve it. I trusted Dr. Lim's expertise and surgical skill for the difficult operation. I am five years out now and now 69 years old. I am an active female who plays pickleball (like tennis) almost daily.

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Dr. Nicholas Teodorr, Johns Hopkins Bayview, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

DR. NICHOLAS THEODORE IS BEST NEURO SURGEON AT JOHNS HOPKINS. WHEN I AM HIS CARE FOR SURGERY I AM NEVER AFRAID, DR. THEODORE TRULY HAS GIFTED HANDS. I CALL THEM THE DYNAMIC DUO BECAUSE ALEX ZHU AS HIS ASSISTANT IS ALSO OUTSTANDING. IF YOU NEED A SURGICAL TEAM CONTACT THESE TWO MEN. I AM SO BLESSED BECAUSE OF HIS CARE. I ? YOU BOTH. LaQuilla Harris

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Dr meyerle, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Waited over 2.5 hours to see the dictor

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Michael Lim, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Michael Lim operated on a benign meningioma near my brain stem in Jan 2012. I wrote before, but hit the wrong key and it was posted prematurely. I did much research and Dr. Lim answered my myriad of questions before and after surgery. A PHd nurse friend of mine recommended him to me. I am located in Philadelphia, PA and made the decision to go to Baltimore for the surgery. I no longer have electric facial pain. I am a 69 year old female and am active in sports. The operation was 6 hrs in a difficult location at the base of my brain. I could have lost my vision, hearing, balance, and had facial droop and speech problems. I did not. I am deeply grateful to Dr. Lim for saving my life. One other thing--Dr. Lim operates on Tuesdays; the schedule was full for many weeks. He took my case and operated on a 24 hour notice when the operating room was available on a Friday. He had a busy work week, surgeries on his regular operating day, and continued to help me by operating again at the end of a week. There couldn't have been a more positive outcome. Thank you!

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Michael Jacobs, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Not only is Dr. Jacobs an outstanding surgeon , he is very friendly and easy to talk to, answers your questions to your satisfaction and I would recommend him to everyone. Sincerely, Mrs. G. Heid

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Michael Jacobs, 5601 Loch Raven Blvd, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 3 out of 5.

We rate Dr. Michael Jacobs with a rating of 5. We would give him a higher rating, but your system only goes to 5. He is everything one would want in a surgeon.

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E. Masoud Pour, M.D., F.A.C.S., P.A., 7211 Hanover Parkway, Suite A, Greenbelt, MD


Rating: 2 out of 5.

Dr. Pour is a patient and caring Dr. who takes time with his patients to explain any questions we may have.

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Dr. Michael Sullivan, Gaylord, MI


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Very sad experience. Dr. Sullivan performed a root canal on my number 13 molar. The root canals of this tooth are very narrow and extended. I warned the Dr. that I had a traumatic experience with elongated tooth roots which for teeth being extracted both as an adolescent and as a young serviceman in the Navy. Both of those times the dentists had a rough time with the teeth. The procedures lasted over 4 hours for the tooth when I was a child, and two visits over 3 hours each when I was in the Navy. Dr. Sullivan assured me that he was capable, and that his skill was superior. I believed him. After his first attempt at root canals on this tooth, Dr. Sullivan sent me home telling me that there wasn’t enough time that day to finish the procedure. Mind you I’m under the influence of sedation at this time. I told Dr. Sullivan that I would rather have the tooth pulled than go through another 3 hours in the chair. Amazingly I believed him again when he told me the reason he couldn’t finish was because of scheduling. He also said that he wanted to prove to his dental assistants he could finish the job! Being as high as I was on the anesthesia I made the poor judgement call to return. Two days went by with excruciating pain in my upper jaw. I was having to take Tylenol and Advil to relieve the discomfort. I went back to Sullivan’s office, asked AGAIN if it would be better to just extract the tooth, and he said it was his opinion he could save it, and this time he could finish the job and apply the cap. So I strapped on his gas mask and knocked myself stupid only to have the “Doctor” root around, stretch my jaw and break off half of what was left of the tooth. When I came to I distinctly remembered the snap, the dental assistant saying “Oh God!”, and the good Dr. scurrying away into another operatory. What was I told this time? Of course that I’d have to come back since it was the tooth’s fault it was so damaged that it cracked, and now he had to make a new cap with his machine. Stoned on the good Dr.’s laughing gas I told him “that’s okay, mistakes happen”. What an idiot I was. The laughing gas wore off and the Tylenol Advil routine lasted a week. I went back to Beacon Dental Center, this time for the last time, to finally get the remnants of my tooth capped. This time he squirted the glue in to fill the root canals, fixed the cap on the tooth, and away I went. Fast forward 5 years and I’m in the chair of a very competent dentist. The dentist asks if I’m in any pain and I mention the constant pain I’ve had on my left sinus area. I’ve felt this pain for three years. I’m shown the current X-ray of the area and the Dentist tells me that it’s not normal. The capped tooth is great work (machine made, remember) but there is stuff in the canals of Number 13 tooth that extend into the sinus. After visits to an Ear Nose Throat MD, Oral Surgeon and Endodontist specialists, I’m scheduled to have an operation to remove the so-called saved tooth, and resultant fistula created by the extensive overfilling of the Number 13 root canals with guttapurcha, the latex based root canal filling material. Predictably I could sue and win to recover the costs of these procedures, but the good Doctor has closed his practice, and is now enrolled in a school in Detroit. The lawyer I consulted doesn’t see that my case is strong enough to show the pain I’ve been living through since I trusted Dr. Sullivan. Of course there are risks to root canals. I accepted the possibility of a dry socket, and possible infection, but was re-assured by Sullivan that he’s done thousands of these procedures with no bad outcomes. General dentists can perform root canal procedures along with other dental procedures, but often they refer patients needing endodontic treatment to a specialized practice, who works in collaboration with your dentist. An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in saving teeth. Dr. Sullivan should have not touched that tooth after I warned him of the history of my other root issues, and certainly after he saw the roots narrowness and length.

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Raj Yalamanchili, 510 Upper Chesapeake Dr., Bel Air, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

It would be hard to find a better knee doctor. He is kind and very caring and has a great bedside manor. I'm so glad that I went to him for my knee replacement

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Dr. Ann Till MD, first ave King of Prussa


Rating: 4 out of 5.

I’ve been with Dr Till for about 8 years. I just joined her VIPMED Program. I am interested in knowing what kind of rating she has ?

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Dr. Rosebel Monteiro, MD, 602 South Audubon Ave Ste A, Tampa, FL, 33609


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Monteiro performed an outpatient surgery on me on November 15, 2019. The surgery was very successful after my follow-up on November 27, 2019. Dr. Monteiro is a true professional in the surgical/medical field. Her staff is top of the line professionals who really took care of me during my office visits. Most importantly, Dr. Monteiro called me personally after my surgery to check on me, this was outstanding after care/professional service. Meanwhile, I high recommend Dr. Monteiro to anyone with referrals or surgical needs. Michael Dozier A satisfied client/patient November 27, 2019

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Dr.reed stone md, 4631 n congress ave. Suite 200, West palm beach, FL


Rating: 5 out of 5.

This was the best doctor I have ever found.the time I spent with the doctor was amazing he explained it all to me.when I left I felt better this is the way it should always be. Thank you dr. Reed stone

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Kim Knight, Baltimore, MD


Rating: 1 out of 5.

She's lucky she's cute and puts out. Otherwise, she would have been fired before her residency was done.

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