Best 30 Medical Doctors in Abilene, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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09/20/2017
By: James R.
Sandip Mathur MD
Dr. Mathur has been my Gastroenterologist for several years. He is by far the most thoughtful and caring doctor I have visited. He is the only doctor to ever apologize to me for the amount of time I had to wait to see him (and it wasn't a very long wait either). He is always ready to take time to answer questions and explain things in way that I can understand.GREAT JOB Doctor Mathur. I appreciate you more than you know.
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06/21/2017
By: Laura L.
Akor, Charlotte M, MD
Friendliest staff ever.. wonderful doctor wh explained everything in detail. Clean, organized, not a long wait.
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05/23/2017
By: Laura L.
Fosah Henry M
Kind understanding doctors, great bedside manners, professional courteous staff, Clean, organized, in and out quickly. 100 percent dedication to you!
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05/23/2017
By: Laura L.
Barham, Bradley, MD
Very happy with Dr. Barham. Staff is profess ional. Nurses are kind. Clean, organized, accurately staffed
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08/26/2016
By: Gwen S.
Dr. Steven S Suh, MD
As the medical director of Silver Springs Nursing and Rehab this man is a disgrace to his profession. Staff texting him with recommendations for medications and instructions on how to care for patients in his care. He has no clue about the loved ones left in his care. Would not recommend him to any one ever.
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04/12/2016
By: Susan H.
Rosario, Ralplle, MD
He has fraudulent business/billing practices. I've turned him in to the fraud department with my insurance company (United Health Care). Two years in a row now he has charged me for a "medical" exam during my annual physical in addition to a "wellness" exam because it's an extra charge to the insurance company. Both years, I didn't talk to him about any medical conditions whatsoever (because I don't have any) and simply just answered his questions with yes/no answers. But apparently one of my answers triggered it to be a "medical" exam instead of just strictly a physical, only he never disclosed that to me. He asked me if I still suffered from acid reflux and I said "no" and that's what triggered it to be "medical" and qualified for a $100 doctor visit. I only found out once I got the bill and called them to dispute the charge. The billing department blames the way the doctor coded the visit and said only the doctor can change the coding, but he refused.
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02/25/2016
By: Ellen M.
Sandip Mathur MD
Dr. Mathur is my Mothers Gastroenteroligist. Without a doubt, he is the kindest, most compassionate physician I have encountered through this difficult journey with my Mom. Dr. Mathur and his staff are always helpful and accomadating whether we are at an office visit or hospital stay. Most importantly, we have been extremely satisfied with Dr. Mathurs medical knowledge and expertise! Bottom line, Dr. Mathur is a fantastic physician !!!
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08/13/2015
By: The reviewer Z.
Richard D Stanley MD
Dr. Stanley has been around for a while and knows his stuff but he is dishonest and his office staff is incompetent. His office staff lost my lab results that reviled precancerous lesions. It wasn't till I called for another appointment that they found my file and asked me to come in immediately. I explained the situation to Stanley. At the time of the lab I had insurance. One year later when I was ready for my appointment that I was paying out of pocket for my services. I had to have surgery and had no insurance. Stanley offered to pay for my services that were needed the previous year since his staff lost my paperwork. I should have gotten that on paper but I took him for his word. Thousands of dollars later he has yet to pay a penny and now refuses to pay those costs. Don't waste your money.
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06/27/2015
By: sandykmills2003
Abilene Family Medical Associates
Dr Longley has been my family doctor and all of my family's doctor for over 10 years. He is kind and very good at diagnosing any and everything with my family. I am diabetic and have heart problems he has never failed to send me to a specialist when needed.He diagnosed my daughter with a suspicious place on her hip and sent her to Dr Urbans office in which he was correct on the diagnosis.He recently sent my husband to Dr Urban and thank you so much Dr Longley that you caught it just in time. He would never dismiss any patient without a good reason. You know Dr's need their money as well as anybody in this economy,he has never ever over dosed anybody. If you people think it's easy to find a good doctor as he is in abilene then good luck on that because I take care of my cousin with CP and I have to take him all the way to Eastland because he has medicaid and medicare and the Hendrick doctor he had was very rude and told him to suck it up for the pain and take aleve,do you think Dr Longley would have treated him like that NO WAY.So good luck on finding another doctor. And the anonymous that called him a Hitler well I call you scum and you can't even put your name out there so I will sign mine ok.Signed Sandy and Ken Mills.
03/20/2015
By: Anonymous R.
Abilene Family Medical Associates
Longley is a horrible doctor! He is rude, unsympathetic and down right ugly to his patients. If you are looking for a doctor for maintenance and don't need him/her to do any actual diagnosing, he's your guy. Just read his reviews: cancellation of patient care for no reason, he was refered to as little Hittler on one review, mismanagement of patients, overdosing patients, rude staff..... If all this sounds good then he's the doctor for you. I myself found a new doctor.
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