Ratings for Dr. Shahbaz A. Yazdani
Atruly exceptional health care experienc. I left my doctor of 15 years because her staff did not want me there-or anyone else I suspect.Dr. Yardani listens, treats & follows up. His staff has the worlds greatest smiles-every time! After a year I can say that my health is the best it has been in 10-15 years. Thank you Doc! Sincerely, Jerry Willborn
The best family doctor around. Period. I've been seeing Dr. Yazdani for 3 years. I have Tricare insurance, which he does accept for most tests and miscellaneous needs beyond the cash price of $85 for your visit. Here's why I choose to see Dr. Yazdani instead of the military providers than are included in my plan: 1) Convenience. He's not only close by, but I have always gotten same-day apppointments-- even on Saturdays. I don't have to plan ahead in my schedule for when I think I might get sick. 2) Consistency. He has a great memory& will always ask how my career is going, etc. With tricare doctors I almost never saw the same physician twice. They were just reading a paragraph on a screen, and writing prescriptions based on what the computer determines is most cost-effective. Shabaz takes your needs and lifestyle into account with every carefully explained decision. 3) Comfort. He is not only a fine doctor, but a fair businessman and great American. His pride in his work is justified.
Great doctor! My son, 8, and I saw him. He very gentle and make son laugh. I saw him for depression. Very pleased with him. He took the time to explain things to me and even told me where I could find my medications at low prices. How many doctors now a days even do that? I would highly recommend this doctor. I didn't have insurance so I paid cash
I was Dr. Yazdani's patient since 2005. He always had time to see me and was never rude or arrogant. I recently moved back to Arizona And he made sure I had my medicines taken care of and he sent me my medical records on a disk. I highly recommend Doc. To anyone who needs a real doctor.
He seems like he could be your best friend at first. The minute you decide to move to another city, he calls you with the most hateful attitude insisting you never see him again, and he does not even have all the facts. So he assumes you took advantage of him. Seems he has two personalities, a friendly one and a spiteful one. I can't help it if I moved five hours away for a new job. I suggest seeking another doctor if you're in San Antonio. Don't be fooled by his charm.
Dr. Shahbaz A. Yazdani's Credentials
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- La State Univ Sch Of Med In Shreveport, Shreveport La 71130 (Grad. 2000)
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