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You are going to get a lot of responses for him. I went to him and my experience was awesome. He and the hospital staff were the best. The care was better than state side. I had no complications and I work with 3 other patients of his. All of us are very happy! Make sure to talk to the Coordinator, Bill.



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I saw a you tube of him doing the actual sleeve surgery and he seemed very thorough. I was actually scheduled at ALM-Mi Doctor and there was a death on 3/25. Scared the crap out of me and I canceled! I liked dr illan because of course the price is right and he only does 2-3 sleeves in one day as opposed to 7 or 8.

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Accomplished Surgeon / Excellent Bedside Manners!

I had a gastri bypass revision with Dr. Jalil Illan frajio on 3/28/17 and I was extremely impressed with him as a surgeon as well as a Individual.

I feel he is the definition of Health Care... His main concern is your health and how you are cared for is extremely important to him!

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Yes, I had my sleeve on November 18, 2016 and I cannot say enough good things about this wonderful group of people. I recommend going through BariatricPal Team MX via Bill Yanez and having your surgery at the Oasis of Hope Hospital. The hospital is top notch, clean, the nurses are caring and efficient. The sweet vallets are there for you 24 hours a day in shifts to get whatever you need. The hotel is upscale and I felt safe at all times. What is promised is delivered. Best decision I have ever made and best care I have ever received.

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I was just there a week ago! Wonderful!

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