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By: Christina H.
Dr. Rodney Jason Laningham, MD
He is condescending, rude and continually insists on disregarding patients concerns. He let my high blood pressure and heart rate go untreated for months, passing them off as me being nervous that particular day. End result- I had a seizure from a cardiac event while I was driving. My heart rat when paramedics arrived was 179. My blood pressure was 200/139. I am only 43 years old. After 5 days in the hospital all the specialist agreed he was neglectful of the condition and the incident could have been prevented with proper medical intervention at the first signs of symptoms. What made the situation most ridiculous was the fact that I saw him regularly each month.
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By: Sd W.
Flowers, Larry, MD
Personal experience. Over medicated. Lithium poisoning. I went to hospital and got a new Dr. Quack!!
By: Peter H.
Doucet, Timothy, MD
I think a doctor is responsible for the office staff he hires. His office staff gave their billing staff a wrong address for us. They will take no responsibility for it or fix it. For a $50 dollar bill they want $279 in late fees, for a bill we never received.
By: theresan
Lake Conroe Family Practice
Kristy Karrol is the best! The wait is never long even if you are a walk-in. My son and I both use Kristy as our PCP. She has always gone the extra step to make sure all needs are met and I feel really comfortable asking any questions about my or my son's health issues.
By: angie.lange.10
Lake Conroe Family Practice
I have been a going here for a month. I have had the best care from Kristy Carroll and the entire staff there. Received a referral the same day I was in the office. I will be with them for a long time to come.
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