St Vincent Physician Network in Billings, MT with Reviews -

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By: tjsmokin
Spire, William, MD
I had carpal tunnel surgery and Dr. Spire was my physician, in the beginning I was getting such a run a round and ended up with Dr. Spire, he answered all questions thoroughly, he showed genuine concern and consideration, was patient, and out of all the doctors I've seen my entire life, I had not ever met a more caring and honest physician, I feel a lot of doctors would and could learn a lot from Dr. Spire....especially his sincerity, and concerns, his ethics.... I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Spire, his staff, Kristi - PA, and Fran - nurse, all treated me with respect....and after being misdiagnosed by another Dr, (because he didn't even bother to look at the situation I had) I mentioned it to Dr. Spire, and within the same day I had an appointment and it turned out to be something totally different then what other Dr not only did Dr Spire take care of me for original problem, he went above and beyond to help with another medical situation I was experiencing....I thank him from the bottom of my heart!
By: christine.bubeck.5
Cynthia Brewer DO
I am 68 year old female and Dr Brewer is VERY definitely the best doctor I have had in my entire life. She takes her time and really gets to know you and almost always has an answer for your questions, if she doesn't have the answer she makes a point of getting one for you. She is very knowledgeable about so many things and I have never felt as secure in my choice of doctors as I do with Dr. Brewer. It's almost a treat to get sick enough to have to go and see her, she makes the visit as comfortable as can be.The rest of the staff are just great also, especially Kirsten, who is Dr. Brewers assistant.
By: averagecitizen
Cynthia Brewer DO
Love Dr Brewer! She really goes above and beyond. She TAKES PHONE CALLS!....HERSELF! And when a visit to the doctor is necessary, I'll schedule it w/her and not an associate. Even my husband likes going to her and he did NOT like going to a doctor before! I would definitely recommend her to anyone....and I DO! lol
By: Shelly J.
Baumgartner, Manfred, MD
I liked him a lot. He is very approachable and kind. Listens to you, and makes you feel like you are his only patient.
By: Joy C.
Baumgartner, Manfred, MD
Best doctor I've ever had!!! Compassionate and very thorough.
By: jeremy.hansen.98622
Fuller Family Medicine
Fabulous place. Quick efficient and smart. Thanks Dr. Fuller
Tips & Advices
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