I served 33 years in military & saw some of the best & the worst. Treharne is the very best of the best.
Dr. Caggiano is everything you could ask for in a family doctor! Friendly, caring, very thorough doc
Very good doctor, not so good staff
Dr. Kovats is an osteopath. From past experience, osteopaths are usually very good clinicians and diagnosticians and Dr. Kovats is no exception. He correctly diagnosed my osteoporosis, a condition which was missed on two separate occasions by an orthopaedist at the Jewett Clinic. Dr. Kovats also correctly diagnosed a friend of my parents. This patient had kidney cancer, and although this sounds odd, Dr. Kovats noticed a change in her voice (coupled with bloodwork, I think) that led him to believe that she had kidney cancer, which she did. Because of his expert diagnostic skills, this was caught at an early stage before it had spread. Downside: Dr. Kovats had a rule that...
a gem and a blessing to her patients
During my initial appointment with Dr. Ogin, she exceeded my expectations. I knew at the first appointment that I had found a gem. She came highly recommended by a retired nurse whom I trust implicitly. Dr. Ogin is very thorough, very caring, and very open to patients who try to be proactive partners in their own healthcare. She is a good listener, answers all questions thoroughly and honestly, and I could not be more pleased with the level of care she provides. I feel very privileged to have Dr. Ogin as my physician. She is easy to talk to, very knowledgeable, extremely personable and caring, never makes you feel rushed, and I am so blessed to have a primary care physician...
brilliant and compassionate physician
Dr. Rosen is the primary care doctor of both of my elderly parents. I particularly like the fact that his office is on a computerized system and whatever information he takes down during an appointment is entered into the system and can be easily referred to if need be. Dr. Rosen is very caring, very good about returning phone calls if there is an emergency or a question, even if it is after hours and he is paged. All messages are promptly and courteously relayed. The receptionist is often the first line of communication, and if he/she is not reliable, no matter how good the doctor is, it complicates things for the patient and can often result in unnecessary frustration for both...