Dr Revollo is one of the most caring Doctors I have ever known, and I have known quite a few as I am 74 years of age. he usually knows what is wrong with you before tou tell him. This Doctor is not i n the medical business for the money, he could have retired years ago but didn't .Even after open heart surgery he was back in his office in just a couple of weeks
The problem here is not so much with the doctor, but with the staff. Although the patients are mostly elderly, the nurses mumble, there is no eye contact or personal attention. My mother has been a pa tient for 5+ years. We always are in time for appointments and wait usually 20-30 minutes to see the doctor, which lasts about 10 minutes. Yesterday we were 5 minutes late for our appt. and they refused to see my mother, wanted to re-schedule. This was 25 minutes before they go to lunch and they were worried that 5 minutes might impact their lunch break. I had another instance where they were notified well in advance to send files to the hospital for a test for my mom. The records were not there and when I went to the drs office to get them, the staff was at lunch and even though could see me through the glass in the waiting room, made me wait (and keep the hospital waiting to run the test) until they finished the last of their drinks and conversation. I've already made an appt. for my mom at another doctor--will never return here!
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