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03/05/2015
By: Russell T.
Rochelle E Pondt, Do - Pondt Rochelle E Do
Dr. Pondt is great. She is friendly, knowledgable and seems genuine. I would reccomend her to any of my friends and family. My first appointment with Dr. Pondt went well. They had 2 of their staff out for the day and things were a little hectic but there was still only a short wait to see her.
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10/08/2015
By: Brian K.
Dr. Elena Garcia, MD
great doctor i have diabetes and she works with me to get my levels back to normal shes very understanding listening doctor.its hard to get in to see her shes so busy..her staff and nurse is very good as well no problems very caring staff..best doctor i have found since ive been to texas..
05/02/2013
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.
09/11/2012
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.
07/25/2012
By: banderson119
Family Practice, Dr. Alice Grogan, MD
Great doctor. She really cares.
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