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Brooke Fried

Doctors In Florida?

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Great news!

With the hurricane so did changes... I found a doctor that treats celiac disease, very nice office staff.

DaddyO and I, both have an appointment with him this coming week. The girls in the office have called me back three times. I told her I can refer 100 Celiac's from a local group. www.sefloridaceliacs.homestead.com/ The group requires a membership fee. I have a problem with that and there policy, when someone doesn't have the ability to pay. My thoughts on a support group is to HELP others. So I made them that web site, but because I can't afford the groups fees I'm not a paid member. You might have better luck...

Anyway back to the GOOD DOC -- The office staff told me they were located in Ft Lauderdale, but hurricane Wilma blew the roof off their building and they scrabled to move and, moved to Boca. He has a basic web site www.bellydoc.com he's from NY and is good, I'm told. I will see for myself next week. His name is Dr Richard Saltz, 801 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton his number is 561.362.9360. You can say the headhead Ms Sillyak from Boca send you from the message boards, they will know who you mean.

But here are a few more NOT to TRY.


Dr Robert Mellman 561-395-5204

The girl that answered the phone didn't have a clue about celiac disease. Carol the assistant I left a message for a few weeks ago, she NEVER returned my call. He is the brother of a Indocronogist (sp) Mellmen in Boynton beach


GASTRO ASSO PA in Boca Raton 9960 Central Pk N Suite 302 488-2700. Again I left a messsage to speak to someone to set up and appointment RE: celiac disease. It been over a week and Debbie his assistant NEVER CALLED BACK!

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