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07/27/2015
By: Mary V.
Mountain View Regional Hospital
I have NEVER had better service all around from The receptionist to the surgeon's.I am always treated with respect and courtesy by all the staff from the clinic (including out reach clinics) and hospital staff as well.I have had 3 surgeries and have lost track of the Dr. visit's, Only bad experience at all was a snotty nurse while in hospital who obviously was not where she wanted to be. The DON was immediately in my room with assurance that this is NOT the way they want patient's treated and was NOT acceptable at all.
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02/28/2013
By: wgezzi
Mountain View Regional Hospital
This is my General Physician. This Dr. is just the best, he is kind, he listens, he will take the time that is needed for you to be better. His Nurse, is one of the best. I would recommend this Dr. to anyone.
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02/24/2017
By: wgezzi
Mountain View Regional Hospital
I see a few Dr's there for different reasons. These folks are truly the best. I have had to have surgeries and much more and they have always taken care of me. Give them a try I am so glad I did
03/02/2017
By: Ben M.
Wyoming Behavioral Institute
My report is directly for Dr. Prypchan. She is the only one who actually gives a crap about her patients.
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