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By: bearsfan50
Hering, Leonard G, MD
The docters are good but scheduling a blood test is always a big fiasco. I don't know if this is just a problem with dr. stinson's office or if this happens with patients of other docters in that building too but I went to see dr. stinson in may for a follow up visit after my blood work and at the end of my visit he says to come back in 6 months (nov.) for another blood test and to see him for the results. Well I called this week to schedule the blood test and follow up visit they act like I don't know what I'm talking about and they don't know what test I'm supposed to get even though I've been getting like the same tests ever since I started seeing dr. stinson. We got it straightened out again but this happens every time and I think its rediculous. I would switch drs. but he is a great dr. they just need to fix this problem.
By: redgundogs
Todd S Giese MD
Dr. Giese has been my primary for 17 years. He is always attentive, and I don't feel like I am being hurried through an appointment. The other doctors I have seen in this practice are also patient oriented. The nursing staff and front desk are first rate. This is a family practice and I recommend dr. Giese to anyone who is new to the area or looking to switch doctors.
By: Brandon S.
Todd S Giese MD
Doctor Gieste is a very nice and very through doctor. His office is nice and clean and he takes the time to really explain the diagnosis.
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