JamarisMD

What patients say

"I'd like to give a special thanks to the care I've gotten from the staff at your office. Everyone told me it would be a painful experience getting the shots. Well they went to the wrong doctor. And also put up with my jokes. Still to this day pain free. And your staff made it very easy getting this done." (September 8, 2014)

"I was a patient of yours during the early 1970s... I owe much to you for being here... I will never forget the care and nurturing you... provided me after the accident and during my healing process... Over the years, I have never forgotten... So I am writing you to simply say 'Thank you!'" (December 28, 2013)

"Dr. Jamaris is an 'acquired taste'. At first, he comes off as being very abrupt and you may be inclined to think he's not listening to you. But in reality, he's listened to everything you've said and is just weeding through the irrelevant to get to the point of fixing the problem. He can seem a bit rushed, but will take the time to make sure you understand the situation and your options. If you're looking for a doctor to be your best friend or just tell you what you want to hear, he's not your guy. But if you want one who'll give you an honest assessment of professional advice, this is the doctor to see." (May 10, 2012 on Yelp)

"...thanks to your entire staff for being patient and courteous and very professional. Your office is one of the finest doctors' offices I have ever been in for care. A very pleasant group of professional people... I have never trusted any other doctor like I have trusted you." (June 29, 2010)

"I live in Florida but would consider coming back to (Dr. Jamaris). He truly has everything I would look for in a wonderful (doctor)." (May 22, 2010)

"(Dr. Jamaris is) extremely compassionate and caring. Gets to the heart of the matter very quickly. As for my surgery, I was updated regularly before and after so as to have no misunderstandings." (March 2, 2009)

"(Dr. Jamaris) was very knowledgeable, explained things well, very compassionate, and seemed willing to try things before rushing to surgery." (January 6, 2007)