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By: Celine A.
D F W Physicians House Calls
Hanged up three times before they answered. Inquired if they could verify my insurance. Turn out to be, they don't accept new patient. When I asked for the lady's name, she hanged up again.Celine
By: Renee D.
Andrew B Burke DO
I have been going to see Dr. Burke about six years and they make you feel at home I love the staff and every one there at Dr. Burke office
By: Stacy O.
Prestige Primary Care: Asif Aziz, MD
I think the Body Composition Unit is very helpful in finding out more about my body. The clinical staff are very nice and helpful. The waiting time is not long. I get my BMI measured and then I wait in a room for a Doctor or a nutritionist to help me with my problems. It's a great place to and a very friendly place.
By: Carlene B.
Andrew B Burke DO
Dr Andrew Burke is a good doctor and his staff is courteous and concern for the needs of each patient they see. Their office is clean and well organized.
By: Kyleel V.
Andrew B Burke DO
I love Dr.Burke and the staff,Dr. That practices under him they or easy to talk to and is very kind Thanks for everything.
By: Paula W.
Prestige Primary Care: Asif Aziz, MD
The wait is fine. Greeted when I entered the office. Friendly staff. Doctor answers my questions and concerns. Very thorough. I recommend them to friends and family.
By: Myle P.
Andrew B Burke DO
The office staff and PA's are outstanding.
By: Pat H.
Prestige Primary Care: Asif Aziz, MD
This doctor has been good to me I have not had any issues with the staff when I have an appointment set up. Some days the wait is a tad long but not more than 15 minutes, but I understand due to him dealing with patients one on one and making sure that all proper test are ran for any symptoms I have that visit. I love coming here since the doctor specializes in internal medicine. I feel great coming here and have been for about 4 years now.
By: Heather M.
Prestige Primary Care: Asif Aziz, MD
Great service. Staff members worked quickly to answers all my questions, also got roomed very quickly. Over all I would definitely recommend this place to family and friends. The provider was amazing, very sweet, and helped me understand everything perfectly.
By: Donald K.
Prestige Primary Care: Asif Aziz, MD
Dr.Aziz and staff are very professional and knowledgeable. I have enjoyed my appointments. Keep up the good work...
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