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After two phone calls in the last two weeks to try and find a payment that we showed as having been paid but that we found out was actually missed, we received the following letter: "This letter is to inform you that effective immediately this office will no longer be responsible for your medical care. We find it necessary to terminate the physician-patient relationship.
We feel your medical care would best be handled by another physician.
No phone call, no request for a meeting to discuss, no explanation. Just a "please take your business elsewhere" letter. There were no irate phone calls, no accusations, no demands from us, just a need to understand the statements and payments which are very complicated for anyone not familiar with bills from a Dr's office.
My wife and I looked at each other in utter amazement. I'm 54 and have been to many Dr's offices, hospitals, emergency rooms, specialists but I have never seen anything so unprofessional from any Dr.
No acknowledgement of 10 years of paid bills and insurance reimbursements without any issues. I'd put two and a half stars right now if I could. G was the first doctor I've had that actually listened and understood I had lyme and coinfections along with complications from mold and heavy metals. I have been a patient for two years now and while Dr. G has definitely helped in many ways, in several others where I truly need the most help, I'm still left to my own devices.
Doing my own research and bringing suggestions into him that he approves. He really is a very good doctor, I would love to have him as a G. He is a very kind man, he is compassionate, I see the reviews where they say he isn't and doesn't care but I haven't experienced that.. Couldn't go out in the sun at all without burning. I go to my appointment, give in and say I'm not getting better, I'm ready to admit my body needs more help, I'm ready to consider the picc.
I get less than ten minutes with him every visit and I always walk in with what I want to discuss in mind. If I had another choice for a doctor I would see one. He tells me mold is still a problem, get outside and get some sun, get some fresh air, take walks, yet he puts me back on Doxycycline!
I can't get out of the mold and walk in the fresh air in the middle of summer on Doxycycline! He's in and out so quickly I never get the chance to address the issues I want to address. My gut is a wreck from antibiotics, the herbal supplements don't work in me, I have to ask for supplements, I have to ask for meds not drugs, meds like propanolol for my POTS and I have to ask for detox support.
So I call back and tell them no, I won't take it, I won't be trapped in the house all summer again plus I had asked about a picc or a port because my gut is still a mess from last year's round of antibiotics.
I should not have to ask for medicine, I should not have to ask for IV therapy, I should not have to ask for a picc for IV antibiotics because I'm 94 pounds and my stomach isn't handling taking them orally anymore. I get a call back "take half the dose so it doesn't upset your stomach so much. If your case is more complicated, try and find a naturopath or a doctor who doesn't cater to insurance patients and can spend more time with you.
I've been sick for months with respiratory issues and at the suggestion of a friend who had also seen Dr. It's very frustrating being sick and having to micromanage your medical team. Gonzalez for her husband's respiratory issues I decided to book an appointment with him.
Due to the recent Thomas Fires in the Ventura area, other Pulmonary Specialists closer to me had week wait times, but Dr. They checked my insurance ahead of time to see if they could accept it, but they were unable to. Unfortunatley, they didn't call me back with this information until about ten minutes to 5pm, which means I had little time to even try to book something else.
So, I decided to keep the appointment anyway, because I was so sick, in extreme pain from coughing so much another Dr. Gonzalez listened to my lungs and suggested that I may have fungal pneumonia, ordered a plethora of laboratory tests which I was able to walk right next door to the Quest Diagnostics Lab and complete right away. I will say that is quite convenient having the lab right next door to take care of any tests Dr.
I paid upwards of 0 for the visit plus two supplements Vitamin D and Monolaurin to take home. The following week I was still in such excruciating pain that I didn't think I could tolerate the drive to Thousand Oaks to see Dr. I canceled my follow-up appointment with him and instead saw my regular doctor. G would have suggested I had pneumonia, he listened to my lungs and said they sounded clear, and ordered his own set of lab tests to try to find me some solutions.
After struggling with Lyme for over ten years, and with several doctors, Dr. He followed up on my observations about help to my hips on taking some calcium, and the recommendations together have my hips all but normal. Gonzalez has not taken insurance for some years, and I was recently informed he'd not take any insurance any more. I'm sorry, but that is highway robbery considering I'd already paid them 0 for a minute exam.
I understand his decision, and I believe our medical system sucks, for patients and doctors alike. Any other doctor I've seen would have called or had their nurses call me right away as the results started to come back, especially given the severity of my pain and discomfort so we could start moving forward with solutions right away, but not this guy, he'll make you WAIT until you can physically pay to come see him again or pay him for a consult to review your tests. Nonetheless, I will probably limit my visits to him, and see someone else because I pay for insurance, and essentially pay twice when I see him.
Nonetheless, if you're dealing with Lyme disease, you absolutely need to see Dr. I was after a second opinion and treatment approach for a specific type of hair loss. Extensive blood work then thermography was the problem coming from previous root canals? Every appointment I really felt as though I was starting from square one, having to fill the doctor in on why I was there.
One should also be aware that you are charged the same price to be seen by the doctor as you are if you are seen by his nurse practitioner AND the price is NOT for the visit ie take the opportunity to ask any questions you feel may be relevant but, according to Barbara his apparent office manager, for the "complexity" of the visit???????? I never had feedback from the doctor regarding the thermography results, for example. G offers novel and expensive "therapies" and, perhaps, if you are one of his Lymes patients he may offer you a new perspective and hope.
I simply needed an Rx and took the occasion to ask his nurse an additional question or two I was shocked by the visit which cost in excess of 0. I could not question the fee before paying because I had waited so long that I was going to be late to another appointment. No apology or attempt to assuage our sense that I had been over-charged. Barbara addresses everyone systematically as "Honey" or "Sweetheart" on a constant basis They do not care about you and most likely the doctor won't remember you.
I could go on and offer other examples of poor service, and I won't You will end up leaving feeling sicker, poorer, and like you don't matter. Your health is more valuable than what this practice claims to offer. There are doctors out there who truly do care about their patients.
Unfortunately I found out the hard way that Dr Gonzalez and his staff did not value me in the same way I valued them.
I am appalled, heart broken and extremely disappointed in the health care system. Gonzalez, ask yourself would you rather have a doctor who wants to see you get better? Don't settle for anything less, I know I did going here.
He listens to his patients and he will take an approach to find out the underlying problems of your concerns. Yes, be prepared to wait in the lobby and patient room for a little bit. I always bring a book or pod cast to listen to and remind my self there are days he has to spend more than then usual minutes with me.
If you call the front desk they will usually give you heads up so you can arrive on time for a little later to break up the wait on backed up days. They also offer early morning appointments so you can go before you work at 7am in the morning. Their front office staff, RNs, And PAs all enjoy working there, which makes for a pleasant experience to be at the office.
If your looking for a Dr who is integrative is in an approach to whole health care. Also to comment on the review about being stuck with a bill- As a patient you should be aware of what your insurance will and won't cover. It's your responsibility to know what is in network or out of network. You should also know if your plan covers his office to draw labs for you or if you need to go to another lab quest, labcorp etcetera If your not able to figure those issues out by calling your insurance before making an appointment to see any health care provider, you should consider hiring a personal medical advocate to do the work for you.
After seeing dozens of doctors all over la and San Diego, i finally came to see Gonzales after my Chiro recommended him. He combines western and holistic medicines, which is now the only way I prefer to go when tackling an illness. I am being treated for Lyme and I went from being unable to walk to now I'm walking and on the road to recovery- which anyone who knows of Lyme knows that is not easy to do!
He knows an insane amount about medicine and disease.
If you're looking for a Lyme doctor, I advise you to start here. His staff deserves 5, stars l, they are always nice and they remember who you are! The nurses and the doctor are also very very nice and so empathetic!
I adore everyone in the office, there's a young girl who works there and loves to share cat stories which makes my day!
This is the most friendly doctors office I have ever been to! I am still consulting him even after moving out of state. I haven't been able to find anyone locally who is quite as knowledgeable.
G is on the cutting edge of both holistic and conventional medicine. He is the only one who puts such thought into all of my symptoms and their possible causes, and weighs the pros and cons of natural vs conventional medicine, using each at the appropriate occasion.
He always takes the time to answer my questions and he's always friendly and encouragingly positive. I've never had a bad experience in this office. Ultimately I haven't gotten well yet, but with Dr. Gonzalez's help at least I was able to stop getting worse and get some insight into the origin of my symptoms, something no other doctor was able to do for me.
If things don't start getting better for me in a couple months with my new doctors, I'm seriously considering traveling cross country just to go back to him. He doesn't give up with an inconclusive test or not finding answers. His office discovered that I have Lyme disease and a whole bunch of other things that I didn't know about myself. I love this office and dr Gonzalez and I won't be going anywhere else!
I came in early with all paperworks ready but i was called in an hour later only to see the doctor for less than 15 minutes. He ordered some bloodwork done and some personal samples. For the personal sample it was fine coz they did say it was not covered by insurance.
For the blood sample on the other hand they did not say it was not covered or will NOT be covered. Didn't mention as well how much it would cost me. The second time I came for my results same thing, long waiting time and Dr.
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Instead of fleeing as she did from Corinne, Naci takes a stand and fights back. She begins to hurl whatever objects she can find at the teacher: notebooks, pens, erasers, rulers, and eventually a chair. Naci stands up for herself, although she does not yet know how to do so successfully. She gets suspended from school, but has demonstrated her capacity to act in defence of her racial identification.
They become fast friends, embarking on entrepreneurial adventures selling perfume p. Then Silvie hits puberty and their friendship becomes estranged as Silvie begins to dress provocatively and date older men; Silvie eventually breaks their vow of chastity one night in the back of a car p. Naci is shocked, and the two friends part ways. Yet they see each other occasionally, with Silvie always inviting Naci to go out.
One night Naci accepts her invitation and accompanies Silvie and her rather immature mother to a party pp. As the night wears on, the black disc jockey at the party, Stef, approaches Naci and asks her to set him up with Silvie.
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She promises to do what she can. Offended, Naci does not react with violence, as she did with her maths teacher, but with pointed words. Eppoi tu non sei proprio nera nera, sei mulatta. In her next display of agency, Naci stands up against the physical abuse sustained in her family, specifically at the hands of her brother, Mohammed, an ex-boxer weighing pounds.
Strillavo sperando che qualcuno dei vicini accorresse a salvarmi dalle sue mani. During a particularly savage beating one evening, Naci escapes and runs to the nearest police station.
She files charges against her brother, and has five police escorts accompany her back to the apartment.
The police threaten her brother with prison, and her parents are ashamed. Although she sacrificed her relationship with her brother, who no longer speaks to her, Naci is proud of her choices and her actions; in other words, she is proud of her newfound agency. While in Paris, she auditions for a part as an Arab woman, but is told that she is not Arab enough.
For the agent, dark skin and Arab features are mutually exclusive.
Naci is outraged that this agent refuses her ethnic identification, and furthermore, accuses her of deception. Se vuole una prova posso dirle qualcosa in arabo! In this declaration, Naci claims her ethnic identity. Naci finds some degree of agency, defending each of these subjectivities in turn: first with violence, as in her maths classroom; or with legality, as in the case of her brother; and finally with words, against Silvie and Madame Chepalier.
Yet it is only in Italy and only after Naci once again takes up the mantle of mobile subject — the tourist — that she recognizes and disavows difference, and reproduces the very structures of colonial discourse — stereotypes — that give shape to her own hybridity.
From the moment she crosses that border, Naci simultaneously recognizes and disavows her identification as a migrant and fully embraces her tourist subjectivity. At Ventimiglia, agents scrutinize her passport, and eventually declare all of her papers in order. With this statement, she identifies herself with immigrants, as unwelcome in Italy as she often is in France.
Throughout her trip to Italy, she stresses her tourist subjectivity repeatedly, especially in situations that call for her to reconcile other subjective identifications. As a tourist, however, Naci easily glosses over this mark, and only slightly disturbed, continues on her church visit. For Naci, Italy is the land of vacation, and Italians seem to be perpetual tourists in their own lives. It is the site of both fixity and fantasy. She can imagine herself a resident of Rome, with an Italian husband and newborn son p.
In fact, Naci spends her first day in Italy being symbolically baptized and reborn at a place aptly named Dolceacqua. Having met two Italian men, Carmine and Enrico who are later found out to be lovers in San Remo, Naci and her sister accompany them on a day trip to the Piedmontese hills. The group stops at a small lake near Dolceacqua to rest and get some sun. While the others sunbathe, Naci accidentally falls into the lake, and since she does not know how to swim, she panics and quickly starts to sink below the surface.
Per favore, qualcuno mi salvi! Naci sinks deeper into darkness, when an anonymous stranger intervenes and saves her. Naci thanks this stranger, who with a smile walks off into the forest without so much as a word. It is now that Naci begins her real trafficking in stereotypes about Italy: vulgar machismo and sexual come-ons from Italian men and soccer mania. Heading to Florence, Naci and her sister encounter two truck drivers, both presumptuous and oversexed, almost parodies of Italian machismo.
The first driver pulls out a photo of a nude blonde, hugs it to himself and loudly kisses the hairiest part of her. Naci laughs at his blatant come-on, and laments that Italian men do not think of anything but sex.
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The next truck driver — a short, hairy man — employs the same modus operandi. Nous voulons seulement andare a Firenze! Interestingly, Naci begins to shift between languages in her protestation. Moving between French and Italian, Naci chooses her own linguistic hybridity and makes it visible. It is the first time that Naci switches languages in the text, although she presumably toggled between French and Arabic throughout her life. While riding along in a new truck, a red car honks and passes them, unfurling a red-and-blue- striped flag.
Their driver, like an enraged bull, lets loose with a series of curse words and pulls out a red-and-black-striped flag to wave back p. It is a faith that begins in the cradle, he adds. In short, all men and women in Italy must love soccer, as opposed to Marseilles where there are few fans p.
In the end, Naci makes it to Rome, and on the last page of the text, rapidly describes falling in love with the city and an Italian, having a son, and cutting ties with her family in France.
But what happens when a mobile, hybrid, post-colonial subject like Naci deploys the stereotype? Her story is but one instance of this ideological process; to better articulate the process in greater detail, a more extensive exploration of additional texts and practices, varying across languages and cultures, is certainly necessary.
Nonetheless, the new mobilities paradigm sets into motion fresh questions about ideological operations, their subjects and objects, their representations and practices as well as their physical and cultural geographies. How would differing technologies of travel give shape to variegated Italies on the move? See also James Clifford, Polity Press, On specific etc.Pre-approval must be by the Director of the specialization path in creative writing, Professor John Hennessy.
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