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Banafsheh Shaibani, MD

  • Family Medicine
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2501 East Chapman Avenue
Suite 101
Orange, CA 92869
Accepting New Patients

Primary Office

2501 East Chapman Avenue
Suite 101
Orange, CA 92869
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(714) 628-3170
(714) 633-0519

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  • Meet The Doctor

    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Family Medicine
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    Areas of Expertise
    Family Practice - Board Certified
  • 30-May-2019
    I feel better! Thank you!
    I'm pregnant, and felt that the dr couldn't really give me a direct answer as what to do to help with my concerns. felt like I wasted my time and copay to have nothing done for me.
    I might suggest the Urgent Care, but only with the qualification of the types of things to go see them about. For instance, a cold or sinus infection might be okay, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend them for anything that might require an injection of a numbing agent or removing a splinter under the finger nail.
    Treatment is great, quick, corteous, patient, efficient. The BAD aspect is the waiting for that good care especially when you are sick and in pain. You should have several reclining chairs for those who need to use them due to the nature of their sickess
    Staff was friendly, nice, and courteous, however, I came to treat an injury which was not properly diagnosed and could have led to a more serious injury. Simple examinations were skipped and its frightening to know that if i had not gotten a second opinion I may have made everything worse from your doctors recommendations.
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