St Alphonsus Medical Group in Caldwell, ID with Reviews - YP.com

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08/04/2017
By: Paralee v. P.
Saint Alphonsus Medical Group Family-Internal Medicine
They do their best to accommodate both myself and my husband's very very busy work schedule s and are understanding when we do the best we .can to take follow through with our health care needs. Doctors try to take care of us that's why we go to them. We should never just use doctors only when we are sick... We should be have our doctors be like part of our business team. The most important part, they keep your machine mobing, your equipment oil, ECT.get the point. No doctors to care for us. No US.....ST. ALS IN CALDWELL has been my hospital of choice since I move to Idaho2006. Never had a bad day yet with my doc...
10/16/2015
By: Lillian L.
Primary Health Medical Group
Dr. Stowell is awesome.. he goes above and beyond for his patients. However his nurse has been so rude every time I've gone in. She lectured me for 5 minutes because I forgot the name of the medication I am taking.
03/12/2013
By: scott.young.940098
Suzanne McConnaughey D.O.
FINALLY!!! A Dr. who actually shows care and concern for her patients! What a relief!! I would recommend anyone and everyone to see this unique and special Dr.!!
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