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By: R L.
Downtown Doctor
There's no other place like this in Austin. I moved here from Dallas, where there's three great, well-staffed LGBT practices near Oak Lawn. My first physician in West Austin flipped out when I expressed an interest in PrEP and treated me very unprofessionally afterward. The entire practice at Downtown Doctor is LGBT-friendly and professional: the staff, the nurses and the doctor herself. They're also pretty likable, efficient, diverse in every sense and not judgy. Dr. Freeman remembered small details from my first visit almost five months ago. She also gave me options on treating my blood pressure. It's also staffed on Saturday, like my favorite LGBT clinic in Dallas. My sincerest advice to readers: Take these reviews with a grain of salt. My not-so-LGBT-friendly first doctor has a 4.5 rating.
By: Stephanie B.
Victory Medical Center
These ladies are really the best! They are both consistently pleasant, polite, professional, efficient, competent, friendly, and kind. I have been so impressed with the way they have handled my appointments amid my crazy schedule, always finding a way to make things work in a way that works for me. I have always felt that they go above and beyond or me at every turn. Check in and scheduling are always smooth and quick. I really appreciate them! They make me feel like this is "my" place and they are always here to help me. Thank you!
South Austin Family Practice
I have been as patient of Dr. Geyer MD as well as his PA "Stephaie Jasik". I used to work with the Drs and they are all wonderful.Seet caring andc compasdionate towards others whivh woulf be patirnts. They're willing to try and mert patients neds evefyday. Therefore, they should be "Healers of God". Afterall place is grat, clean and they seem to call you in very wuickly withour a waitinf perios. GREAT DOCTOR, WONT GO ELSR WHERE!
By: Kimberly J.
Victory Medical Center
I have been using Victory Medical Center for all of my healthcare needs for years! It's so convenient having everything - pharmacy, doctors, blood work, allergy shots, and everything else you need to stay healthy all in one practice. I have never had a bad experience and the walk-in hours are so helpful for those of us who work long hours.
By: Eva B.
Lewis Family Medicine and urgent care
When to the new location on Sawyer Ranch Road recently for urgent care. Beautiful facility and plenty of waiting room, though I didn't wait more that 30 minutes...on a Monday morning. Great doctor and staff. I'd been to the old location and it was small, but the practice has expanded to this location and another on W290.
By: Burgess E.
Martinez George
Have used the dr for 30 years and am just as happy today with his service as I was in the beginning. He does not waste my time and always gets to the point. He does not always tell me what I want to hear, BUT, he does always tell me the truth. I would advise anyone that needs a good family doc to see him.
By: David R.
Victory Medical Center
I have been seeing Ralph for years now and my family also sees him. He helped me a lot during a rough mystery illness that even specialists have not been able to figure out. He went above and beyond and I cannot thank him enough for that. Camilla his assistant is always courteous and very helpful.
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By: Ed J.
Lewis Family Medicine and urgent care
Young Doctor but crappy tiny,crowded little office. It is all about the money folks. Asks VERY personal questions and then makes you feel bad if the answer is not what he wants to hear. Competent Doctor BUT there are better...
By: Garrett B.
Victory Medical Center
I've been seeing Lisa for some time now and am very happy to have her on my side. Lisa is very thorough with any arising symptoms or problems that I may have. It is always a pleasure to see Lisa.
By: tiffanarchy
Downtown Doctor
Warm, welcoming, knowledgeable staff, great background music to put you at ease, beautiful office. Dr. Freeman has excellent bedside manner, and is very kind and helpful. I'll definitely go back!
Tips & Advices
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