He listens and spends much time with patients and really seems to care. He doesn't just write a prescription and send you on your way. You may have to wait a while to get in to see him but that's because he's spending the time needed with patients
I saw dr. szabo in the past, and was trying to make an appointment again with him. Trying to find out why a doctor would just not make an appointment for an old patient? why would they say we would have to ask the doctor before we can make you an appointment? I don't get it. they gave me no answer, or phone call back!! not cool if someone needs the help. at least they could of called back to say he wont see you, and why.wow
I suffer from bi-polar disorder and have been seeing Dr. Szabo for over 25 years now. He has been there for me through thick and thin, and has managed to keep me functioning at a near-normal level with the minimum of medication for this entire time. Until my company closed in 2012, I had held the same position for the entire time, and was in-fact retained by them until the day the company closed. I owe much of this to Dr. Szabo. He's a good-hearted fellow who's always been ready to share a laugh with me no matter what kind of day he's had. I often thank God for taking care of me in the face of this otherwise-overwhelming infirmity by pointing my way to his door. I can't say enough good things about the man.
They paid close attention to me and all of my questions were answered. Their staff is very friendly and professional. I was very satisfied with my visit. They were helpful and I left feeling encouraged. But the wait is long, and always put on long hold when I call to office.
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