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Dr. Melissa Young
Freehold, NJ

Rated 1 out of 10 on 04/18/14
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My personal experience with Dr. Young and her staff is disappointing, frustrating and to a great degree unprofessional.  Her staff has been consistently rude and unaccomodating when calling, even for things a simple as making an appointment.  The doctor was laughingly dismissive about my care, uncaring and her "bedside manner" which quite poor.  She treats her patients as computer files, numbers and not as a person... not taking time to listen and/or showing interest on a personal level.  

Dr. Joshua Thambiraj
Edmonton, AB

Rated 1 out of 10 on 04/18/14
(10 is best)

last comment added Horrible experience with this Dr. 
Refered to him for recommended surgery. His response was "get some good anti-innflamatories and some good pain meds,and go on with your life" 
never felt so disrespected in all my life. Would not recommend this dr!

Dr. Brian Donovan
Sarasota, FL

Rated 1 out of 10 on 04/17/14
(10 is best)

last comment added Dr Donovan was my primary care physician. I went in for a new patient visit on April 2nd with vertigo, sever nausea, high blood pressure, arthritis pain and stiffness and other minor problems. He examined me and ordered a bunch of blood tests. He prescribed a new blood pressure medication, an arthritis pain medication and diazepam to help me sleep.

I came back two weeks later for a follow up visit. I was experiencing severe vertigo and the blood pressure medication was not working. I told his nurse practioner student that the 5mg diazepam he prescribed did not help me sleep but when I took a second one I slept for 8 hrs and was pleased.  His orders on the prescription were (Take one tablet by mouth twice daily as needed for muscle spasm) 

He entered the room and started berating me for abusing his prescription. He said that it was clear that he meant one morning and night.
He also stated rthat since I drink a glass of wine some nights that I am an alcoholic. He said that anyone who drinks any alcohol is an alcoholic. He then said he would only treat me if I agreed to attend Alcoholic Anonymus meeting.

I told him my blood pressure medicine wasn't working. I had given him records of my two or three blood pressure checks per day during the last week. The mornings were okay and I had very high readings by late afternoon. He said that my blood pressure check was okay at 8:45 am and he wasn't going to talk about the high readings unless I agreed to attend AA.

I walked out.

I have provided a formal complaint to the CEO of Intercoastal Medical Group and I will contact the Florida state agency for doctors.

Dr. Michael Scheiber
Cincinnati, OH

Rated 7 out of 10 on 04/16/14
(10 is best)

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First let me say that I LOVE Dr. Awadalla at this practice.  

I just had a horrific experience with Dr. Scheiber and I felt the need to warn others when it comes to his HORRIBLE bedside manner.  He was demeaning and argumentative.  Infertility is such a personal and sensitive issue so to have to deal with a Dr. that makes you feel worse when you leave their office is something I would try to prevent anyone from having to go through.  He says biting comments with a smile and made me truly feel angry when I left his office.

Dr Awadalla was always supportive and welcoming and I am shocked that Dr Scheiber is completely the opposite.

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