Don't know what to do now about my trip to Poland!!

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so confused

Post by Val1964 » Fri Feb 05, 2010 3:56 pm

:cry: HI everyone,
I am Valerie diagnosed 1999 PPMS.
I haven't been on here as long as most, but I have E-Mailed Dr. Simka a long while ago,and have never got a reply, so I e-mailed again da :?: y before yesterday. I have PM a couple of members on here and no reply from them either. Does anyone besides me find this strange?
Thanks so much
Valerie :?:

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Re: Simka's Phone Number

Post by Richardk » Fri Feb 05, 2010 4:12 pm

fiddler wrote:RichardK, while I understand that people going to Poland need to have some emergency number until such time as the Euromedic administrative team gets their act together, the number should not be out in public. Perhaps jimmylegs, another moderator, or someone who is on TiMS often and has been to Poland can become the "keeper of the number", to be shared only with people who are imminently going to Poland. I have to admit that I saved the number to my European phone in case of an emergency.

Fiddler, for your information I did not get the tel number from the TiMS site but from a publically accessible site. It is unfortunate that this number is the only tel number listed to get in touch with the administration....


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Too bad

Post by fiddler » Fri Feb 05, 2010 6:49 pm

That is too bad, Richard. Hopefully that's something that will be corrected soon by the clinic administration.
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Post by CureIous » Sat Feb 06, 2010 12:33 am

ClaireParry wrote:I agree. It should. It was apost by Edser very early on. I will track it again and ask the mods to delete it.
Yeah, back then a lot of this stuff was just buried so fast and so few were here anyways. Now, he's the hottest ticket in town. In my experience with these super-smart geniuses, be they doctors or otherwise, their true strength out of the operating room, lies in having equally as genius office managers and staff. I am a firm believer that (in normal situations), a bad front end staff can seriously diminish the overall image of the clinic/doctor etc. I've seen some that run like well oiled machinery and they were an absolute pleasure to deal with. Then some, they say, "yes we will call you right back", and you hang up 100% assured that they never will lol.

Can only imagine them trying to keep thousands of balls juggled in the air, at the same time dealing with worldwide language barriers. This is a watershed month for CCSVI, it won't be long and they'll be calling YOU to get your business.... :)

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Dr. Simka's Phones are: 48-32-212-0133 and 48-32-212-0498

Post by kuruc » Sat Feb 06, 2010 2:14 am

Dr. Simka's Phones are: 48-32-212-0133 and 48-32-212-0498

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Post by ClaireParry » Sat Feb 06, 2010 2:45 am

kuruc - are these office numbers and not private numbers??

If they are his office numbers then thats great.

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Post by sunlounger » Sat Feb 06, 2010 3:08 am

48-32-212-0133 and 48-32-212-0498
yes they are Dr Simka's office numbers :D

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