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Warren Strutt.MD, 150 old laramie Rd., lafayette, CO


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Strutt is a very caring person. He really cares about his patients. He will lesson to you and not talk over you. I feel he saved my life. I had been to many Dr's with out any help. He is the best. I would go 1000 's of miles to go to him. He is a friend for life. I can't say enough about him. The best !!!!!!!

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Category: Orthopedic

knees replaced, plum tree rd., harford co., MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

great bead side manner,easy to talk to.great orthopedic knee doctor.Had both knees done,Great results.

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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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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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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. Potti, Old Annapolis Road, Ellicott City, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Potti is one of the BEST Physician's I have ever had. Top notch care, great listener, professional bed side manner and truly cares about her patients. Office staff are extremely friendly and helpful. Great first time experience.

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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 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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RoseWood Health Care, Dr Annu Mohan MD, MtPleasant, MI


Rating: 5 out of 5.

I am A 72 year old male,I would like for everyone to know That Dr Mohan is the best Doctor I have ever known,I have been with her for over ten years. Right from the beginning I have found that she is v

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Cheyenne Eye Clinic, James Cole, MD, Cheyenne, WY


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Cole is very professional, has a sense of humor and is very easy to talk with. Co-workers like him as well . . . a good sign for patients!

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