Review in Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Centers, Doctors category from San Jose, California

My sister appointment to remove a small cyst from her hand we we made appointment here by performing hand doctor MD Eric Chan. When we got ther the center asked to sign consent that included things not relayed to my sister such as, let trainee doctor perform- viedo taping- removing any organ- and patient knows that the procedure could cause death or brain death or disable and so on. We asked to remove some that were not related and they did not allow. When we said we could not give all16 consents and asked MD, they refused to do surgery. We did not want to let someone test our bodies where we want to be healthy. Bad place ti go and worse doctor. The doctor had only 1 star from review.
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#875420 Review #875420 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
San Jose, California
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Forrest Surgical Center Now Get Overcharge suit from Aetna

Forrest Surgical Center , a San Jose Facility accused of using bad instruments in liposuction that resulted in the death of a 21 year old female has now been hit with extreme overcharging litigation by Aetna Insurance Company. Forrest charged $66,000 for a simple bunionectomy that even major facilities like El Camino Hospital would price at $3500 maximum. The owners are involved in similar litigation at other facilities they own. We need Obama Care. Bobby, an owner said it was someone elses fault in a weak defense of wrongdoing charges. This lawsuit is likely to extend further into this owner group.
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#296922 Review #296922 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Los Angeles, California
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LIPOSUCTION PATIENT DIES / TONY PHAM,MD / FOREST SURGERY CENTER

A 21 year old female patient of Dr Tony Pham. MD died at Forrest Surgery Center in July 2011 after a liposuction probe was stuck deep into her abdomen and cut a large blood vessel. The young woman bled to death on the table. The lady became a coroner"s case. Forest Surgery Center did not have the resuscitation equipment or blood available to save her. Lack of resuscitation essentials or broken and faulty liposuction probes may have been the cause of the death. Why these events occur is hard. Bay Area Surgical Management, the Forest operator, puts great emphasis on centers to make profits rise as do many medical outpatient surgery centers. A wrong move by the surgeon can cause this. Patients can wake up during surgery and jump around if the anesthesia is improperly done. All things can occur, any one of which could be the culprit. Although it doesn't happen very much, plunging a liposuction probe into any organ is very dangerous. l
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#261607 Review #261607 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
San Jose, California

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