Ratings for Dr. Leslie Tar
Very caring doctor. Listens to me when other doctors do not. I live with fibromyalgia every day and I cannot work. Dr. Tar helped me get my social security disability, something I thought would never happy. I refer my family and friends to him and his staff.
Cold in NYC so glad to be back for the winter. I get better care with Dr. Tar than I ever receive in NY. My lupus is doing great! I am very happy. But, then I am not looking for narcotics like some of the unhappy dope heads chiming in. Rest assured, Dr. Tar will treat you like family.
This is a disgusting human being, a Terrible dr. Who abandons patients. His office is filthy, tiny, crowded....and there is NO PRIVACY, even in the initial triage area. I heard every persons stats being recorded and their PRIVATE issues. I will be turning this doctor in to the proper administrators of FL Health. He is a tiny, little man with no patient skills. My father is dead because of his ineffectual treatment at the beginning of my father’s disease. This supposed Dr. Tar will stop abusing people verbally and with ineffectual treatment. Game on, Dr. Tar.
In my opinion, this is the worst doctor on the planet!! Must pay cash up front. Lab is in a filthy kitchen. Does not release medical records unless threatened. Then writes reports that are all lies. Before going to this practice, do the research and read the bad reviews, those are from real patients!
Saw many surgeons for my back pain. Injections, even surgery, but no success. Turns out my problem was not surgical. It was an immune problem that all the doctors missed. I see Dr. Tar for my "spondyloarthropathy" and I feel like a normal person now. I never new what a rheumatologist was. I am glad I do now.
Saved my vision and my life. I was in and out of the hospital for 2 months with a fever and no one could find the reason for it. They called in Dr. Tar and I was finally diagnosed with something called vasculitis. The doctors say he saved my life. I couldn't be more appreciative.
Dr. Leslie Tar's Credentials
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- University Of Rochester School Of Medicine And Dentistry (Grad. 1981)
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