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Dr. Jeffrey C. Mark's Ratings

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The only problem I have had was many years ago with the billing gal. She forgot to bill the insurance company correctly, and it resulted in a lengthy time getting the bills paid. She would not accept my help in trying to help her get the bill paid with the correct information and codes.

Submitted March 8, 2009 | flag

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Dr.Mark is the WORST doctor I have ever been to. He does not have much knowledge about his "specialty". He relies on his computer to diagnose his patients. He misdiagnosed me, telling me I have Acid reflex disease, when I went to stanford hospital they found that I had LIVER CANCER! he wasted my time for one year doing tests on me and prescribing meds that were for acid reflex. worst doctor i have ever met!

Submitted Nov. 6, 2007 | flag

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I feel that Dr. Mark is an excellent gastronoligest. He has treated me w/ meds. that have done more for me than others. He not only got me off prednisone, but is not afraid to refer me for other opinions from ucsf and I am very greatful, for they have helped me also, but if it wasn't for Dr Mark I would probably still be on steriods and mabe an emergency colostomy. Yes he is busy just like most good ones, and I feel like he listens to what I feel and say about my diesease. I will always have him as long as he can take care of my problems. sincerely,Denise Koeller

Submitted June 6, 2006 | flag

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This doctor schedules appointments for GI patients 15 minutes apart, and as a consequence is constantly running late. It's not unusual to wait an hour to see him for no more than five minutes. When he does appear, he speaks to the computer screen, typing into it instead of examining the patient. He does not listen to the patient or respect the patients needs or requests. Additionally, he does not read his own x-rays, but relies on the radiologist report instead of examining the originals himself, which limits his ability to diagnose or identify problems, answer questions, etc.

Submitted Nov. 4, 2005 | flag

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