This review is a long time coming actually. My uncle, Dr. Antonio D. Ramos is a great and caring doctor who will give the shirt off his back to assist... Read more at Yelp.com.
All he wants is to make money does not care about your health only clueless ignorant people go here he had wrong diagnosis about my dad keep prescribing ibuprofen for headache for how many times he returned and now my dad had a brain aneurysm. Just a precaution please have a second opinion if his your doctor.
Many will agree that its the best place to be if you are sick because he had this magic healing hand. No doubt he has so many patients old and new ones. He really have a very busy medical practice. More power to you Dr. Ramos
The assistant here, Raquel, is rude incompetent. She is the most superficial worker that I have ever come across. I can't believe that they keep this rude worker. I have been a patient here for years but I have had enough. I have since switched doctors and am glad I did. I work in the medical field myself and when I corrected her she just gave me attitude. I was only trying to correct something that could result in a false reading. The new one where I go to have good staff who are very friendly and genuine. I agree with the other reviewers here that the staff at Dr. Ramos' office are not very friendly. Raquel, though, takes the cake.
Not a very good doctor.He wasn't very attentive to my needs and didn't pay attention to all of my concerns (I came in about an irregular heartbeat that would come and go).He quickly brushed me off.I came back two more times because it was starting to worry me and he brushed me off again.When I finally went to get a second opinion at a nearby hospital, I was asked to stay overnight so they could run some tests.I was finally fitted with a much needed pacemaker.Dr.Ramos essentially risked my life because he wanted to increase his quota. There were also several instances where he did not offer generic prescription drugs, which surprises me because Kalihi—the community where his clinic is located is considered a low income area. My family has made him our primary care physician and he is probably well aware of the fact that we are not a well-to-do family.We’re far from it, yet he continues to prescribe brand name drugs.Who in Kalihi pays $43 for cough medicine?!He obviously does not know his patients and the community they live in.
Very solemn clinic.The medical assistants/nurses were not very excited at all.I wasn't even greeted and they didn't even make eye contact.Everything about taking my vitals was hustled although there were only two patients waiting behind me (neither of them with dire need to see the doc).Dr.Ramos was also very solemn and also didn't make eye contact.I didn't get a single smile from the staff while I was there which is very depressing.If I could, I would have liked to stay a patient with Dr.Edgar Dela Cruz who is a pediatrician in the area.He was always upbeat and socialized with patients and parents/caretakers.He seemed to love his job.Dr.Ramos’ solemn attitude seemed to reflect a sense of loathing towards his job. Parking here is also a pain.Although there is a lot behind the clinic it only fits four cars.The clinic is very hidden.