Gerald D. Harris, MD

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  • 680 N. Lake Shore Drive Suite 930

    Chicago, IL 60611

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  • 312-751-9000

About Gerald D. Harris, MD

Categories
  • Plastic Surgeons
Hours
Monday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM - 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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Dr Harris was dismissive of my condition, not even interested in my demonstrating to him what the injured finger could and could not do. THEN he charged for 'surgery' and 2 injections, none of which he performed. I'm working it out with my insurance company and the practice of which he is a part.

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Dr Harris was dismissive of my condition, not even interested in my demonstrating to him what the injured finger could and could not do. THEN he charged for 'surgery' and 2 injections, none of which he performed. I'm working it out with my insurance company and the practice of which he is a part.

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Dr Harris has been my long time hand physician. Originally I was referred to him for my carpal tunnel condition which he has treated consrvatively at my request while giving me advice about the adviseability of surgery. I am impressed by his willingness to work with me from where I am at even though he believes another course to be optimum. Through our years together, Dr Harris has been very available to treat other conditions including a hand infection and multiple soft tissue injuries of my fingers . Each time he has provided compassionate care. Dr Harris is a very mild mannered and courteous treating the patient with the utmost respect. And his OT department is fabulous. All of the therapist are very capable

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Dr Harris has been my long time hand physician. Originally I was referred to him for my carpal tunnel condition which he has treated consrvatively at my request while giving me advice about the adviseability of surgery. I am impressed by his willingness to work with me from where I am at even though he believes another course to be optimum. Through our years together, Dr Harris has been very available to treat other conditions including a hand infection and multiple soft tissue injuries of my fingers . Each time he has provided compassionate care. Dr Harris is a very mild mannered and courteous treating the patient with the utmost respect. And his OT department is fabulous. All of the therapist are very capable

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STAY AWAY... THIS IS NOT FOR DR HARRIS but for the practice in general. I saw Dr. Stogin. the doctor is just "ok" but they will try to thow in extra charges that will ruin your credit if you refuse to pay. Dr. Stogin did not seem to oversee the physical therapist at all. They are trying to charge me and have sent me to collections for a "rubber band" for the hairline fractured finger, which the physical therapist said insurance would pay for. No such luck. I've been dealing with collections for over two years now.

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STAY AWAY... THIS IS NOT FOR DR HARRIS but for the practice in general. I saw Dr. Stogin. the doctor is just "ok" but they will try to thow in extra charges that will ruin your credit if you refuse to pay. Dr. Stogin did not seem to oversee the physical therapist at all. They are trying to charge me and have sent me to collections for a "rubber band" for the hairline fractured finger, which the physical therapist said insurance would pay for. No such luck. I've been dealing with collections for over two years now.

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If you need hand, arm or shoulder surgery, Dr. Nagle is the very best. He performed surgery on my right arm (transposition of the ulnar nerve) which was a major surgery. I was in constant pain before the surgery and now -- pain free. We live about 60 miles from his office and he had me come in twice the first week for physical therapy, then gave me the exercises and I came back for another check in 3 weeks. He explained the whole surgery and how he was going to do it, in language we could understand. I had seen three other surgeons and were not happy with them, but I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND Dr. Nagle.

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If you need hand, arm or shoulder surgery, Dr. Nagle is the very best. He performed surgery on my right arm (transposition of the ulnar nerve) which was a major surgery. I was in constant pain before the surgery and now -- pain free. We live about 60 miles from his office and he had me come in twice the first week for physical therapy, then gave me the exercises and I came back for another check in 3 weeks. He explained the whole surgery and how he was going to do it, in language we could understand. I had seen three other surgeons and were not happy with them, but I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND Dr. Nagle.

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