Still Not sure what is going On. The ladies are so nice. And helpful. Hopefully, after my CT scan I will get. Results
My husband was referred to this specialist office by his PCP. I was a bit nervous because you always hit or miss with specialist.. this office was amazing, so clean, so kind, so fast! My husbands questions were answered, they really listened to our concerns and are getting to the bottom of his issues! I’m very happy he is a patient here and I’m confident his care is their first priority!
Very professional and caring. I would recommend this place to anyone.
Doctor was great. With information for questions I had for him.
Fast service kind nurses
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