Coll Roch P Md

★★★★★

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Dr Coll is a one of a kind! I am so deeply saddened by his illness too, he was the most caring doctor I have ever known. I miss him very much. He was a friend as well, and always took time to counsel as a Father would...He was my doctor for 22 years, I am upset that any one can say one negative about him, I NEVER had a problem getting my meds filled, and by the way MimI. its the law that if you are on meds for a long period of time the dr. has to see you every 6 months or less. and I say.. SHAME ON YOU TOO MIMI

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Dr Coll is a one of a kind! I am so deeply saddened by his illness too, he was the most caring doctor I have ever known. I miss him very much. He was a friend as well, and always took time to counsel as a Father would...He was my doctor for 22 years, I am upset that any one can say one negative about him, I NEVER had a problem getting my meds filled, and by the way MimI. its the law that if you are on meds for a long period of time the dr. has to see you every 6 months or less. and I say.. SHAME ON YOU TOO MIMI

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Dr. Coll is no doubt the best family Dr. I have ever had the privilege to know. He will give 200% all the time. I would like to salute him for all his caring and devotion to his profession. I am very saddened to learn of his illness and will miss him very much.
Doug Fowler

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Dr. Coll is no doubt the best family Dr. I have ever had the privilege to know. He will give 200% all the time. I would like to salute him for all his caring and devotion to his profession. I am very saddened to learn of his illness and will miss him very much.
Doug Fowler

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Dr. Coll is not only a wonderful doctor but also a caring and kind human being. Any (long term) patient knows that after taking the same medication for a long time (like 20 years)- your body may grow immune to the benefits or a newer, better, alternative just might be available. Shame on you, Mimi, for faulting Dr. Coll for wanting to insure your health and well-being by checking on you in person in the office and not just calling in a diagnosis or medication.

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Dr. Coll is not only a wonderful doctor but also a caring and kind human being. Any (long term) patient knows that after taking the same medication for a long time (like 20 years)- your body may grow immune to the benefits or a newer, better, alternative just might be available. Shame on you, Mimi, for faulting Dr. Coll for wanting to insure your health and well-being by checking on you in person in the office and not just calling in a diagnosis or medication.

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Growing up in a family stocked with doctors, and pharmacists, and then becoming a nurse myself, I have known and worked with many physicians in many settings. I can tell you without a doubt that Dr. Coll is one of the best.

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Growing up in a family stocked with doctors, and pharmacists, and then becoming a nurse myself, I have known and worked with many physicians in many settings. I can tell you without a doubt that Dr. Coll is one of the best.

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I also ran across Mimi's message and had to add my two cents. I find Dr. Coll to be a FANTASTIC doctor. Not only is he a fine doctor, but you can tell he TRULY cares about his patients and loves being a doctor for what it is (or what it should be): caring for patients (and not for financial reasons). If Mimi had continued her medication w/o being seen and then had something happen to her either because of the meds or some other reason, I'm sure she would have been upset and/or sued Dr. Coll for not making him see her. There are a lot of requirements doctors have to fulfill to meet their ethical obligations... I'm sure seeing a patient no matter how long they've been on a medication is one of them. Sometimes it's a hassle to make the time and spend the money to see a doctor, but it's better to be safe than sorry.

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I also ran across Mimi's message and had to add my two cents. I find Dr. Coll to be a FANTASTIC doctor. Not only is he a fine doctor, but you can tell he TRULY cares about his patients and loves being a doctor for what it is (or what it should be): caring for patients (and not for financial reasons). If Mimi had continued her medication w/o being seen and then had something happen to her either because of the meds or some other reason, I'm sure she would have been upset and/or sued Dr. Coll for not making him see her. There are a lot of requirements doctors have to fulfill to meet their ethical obligations... I'm sure seeing a patient no matter how long they've been on a medication is one of them. Sometimes it's a hassle to make the time and spend the money to see a doctor, but it's better to be safe than sorry.

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I just stumbled upon this site while trying to get Dr. Coll's information to a friend who wants to start seeing him as her doctor. I was horrified to see Mimi A.'s review not to mention noticing that it has been sitting on this website for a year and a half now with no rebuttal. 20 years of medication. 20 years of what medication? Is it a controlled pain medication? Diabetic medication? Blood pressure? Blood thinner? What? How long had it been since the last time you saw Dr. Coll before your medication ran out? Controls on medication have changed drastically in the last 5-10 years. With the exception of controlled pain medication, ALL medications fall under either the 6 months or 1 year rule. What that means is if your medication runs out and you haven't seen the doctor in 6 months to a year depending on the medication (only 3 months for controlled medication) you HAVE to go in and see the Dr. BY LAW. How long you've been taking the drug prior to that is irrelevant not to mention we don't know your condition from this review. Maybe there are extenuating circumstances you're keeping from the rest of us that Dr. Coll is well aware of and that's why he needed you to come in. Assuming he's just wanting you to come in for your money is ridiculous. How any of this has to do with bedside manner is beyond me. P-L-EA-SE! Your account of the situation is way too vague for me to even remotely consider you credible on this issue and it might be a good idea for you to know the law first too. And like it's his fault you don't have insurance? You have really torqued me with this one. Dr. Coll is an excellent doctor and his bedside manner has been just wonderful for me for over 10 years now. His first name is quite appropriate because Dr. Roch Coll really ROCKS!

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I just stumbled upon this site while trying to get Dr. Coll's information to a friend who wants to start seeing him as her doctor. I was horrified to see Mimi A.'s review not to mention noticing that it has been sitting on this website for a year and a half now with no rebuttal. 20 years of medication. 20 years of what medication? Is it a controlled pain medication? Diabetic medication? Blood pressure? Blood thinner? What? How long had it been since the last time you saw Dr. Coll before your medication ran out? Controls on medication have changed drastically in the last 5-10 years. With the exception of controlled pain medication, ALL medications fall under either the 6 months or 1 year rule. What that means is if your medication runs out and you haven't seen the doctor in 6 months to a year depending on the medication (only 3 months for controlled medication) you HAVE to go in and see the Dr. BY LAW. How long you've been taking the drug prior to that is irrelevant not to mention we don't know your condition from this review. Maybe there are extenuating circumstances you're keeping from the rest of us that Dr. Coll is well aware of and that's why he needed you to come in. Assuming he's just wanting you to come in for your money is ridiculous. How any of this has to do with bedside manner is beyond me. P-L-EA-SE! Your account of the situation is way too vague for me to even remotely consider you credible on this issue and it might be a good idea for you to know the law first too. And like it's his fault you don't have insurance? You have really torqued me with this one. Dr. Coll is an excellent doctor and his bedside manner has been just wonderful for me for over 10 years now. His first name is quite appropriate because Dr. Roch Coll really ROCKS!

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This is what I had to do. Dr. Coll was my doctor for quite some time, well as long as I had insurance. When I ran out of my medication that I had been taking for 20 years, he could not call it in to the pharmacy. He needed to see me in his office, which would have cost me a $75 office charge. Dont get me wrong he is a very good doctor when it comes to knowledge but bedside manner is lacking. What happen to the good ole days?

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This is what I had to do. Dr. Coll was my doctor for quite some time, well as long as I had insurance. When I ran out of my medication that I had been taking for 20 years, he could not call it in to the pharmacy. He needed to see me in his office, which would have cost me a $75 office charge. Dont get me wrong he is a very good doctor when it comes to knowledge but bedside manner is lacking. What happen to the good ole days?

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