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By: Larrybeverly watson D.
DR John V Earnhart MD
My husband and I had our first visit with Dr. Earnhart today. We were very pleased. We lost a Dr. we really loved and had to choose a new one. I found one, but didn't really click with him. We are looking for a good, down home family Dr., for being so young, Dr. Earnhart so far seems to fit the bill. Thank you DR. Earnhart and your staff for making us feel welcomed. Thank You Larry and Beverly Davis
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By: tracy.roberts.9406
McGinty, Franklin H
He's good with people seems to know his stuff.So we shall see just how good he is definitely has great bedside manners.
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By: Claudia D.
Cape Girardeau Physicians Associates
Appt for 9:50 AM. Told to arrive 15 min early. Arrived at 9:35 AM. Not called until 11:30 AM. No apology. No explanation. Obviously my time isn't valuable and isn't important.
By: geoffbrothers
Dr. Roderic Clayton Crist, MD
Wonderful, spends time with patients.
By: ron.jaynes
Richmond, Ronald M
Dr Richmond has performed two surgeries on me and I have been very satisfied with his work, straight forwardness in his talks about what to expect, results and what the future looks like after surgeries.
By: ron.jaynes
Cape Girardeau Surgical Clinic Inc
I had two surgery's associated with this clinic and Ihave had nothing but the best care fromeall involved.
By: redhot
Jessup Michael J Md
this is the best obygn any woman can find.
By: redhot
Jessup Michael J Md
this was an excellant doctor. his office has the best nurses available. i was a highrisk patient. he delivered my baby with no problems. if ther was a problem he stayed in front of it by taking care of it as it started instead of waiting till it got worse. this is the best doctor that i have been to. this is my second time having a baby. i wish i knew of him when i had my first. i recommend dr. jessup to everyone i know. that is how great he is. he actually listens to you and cares for you. stay cool dr. jessup. if i get pregnant again i will come back looking for you.
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