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10/17/2016
By: Paul K.
Evans Stanley DO
The front staff is always very friendly. They remember my name and always greet me with a smile and a hello. Great customer service with all the staff. They always ask how I'm doing and take great care of me from the time I sign in and when I leave. Dr. Evans and nurses are very friendly and is always concerned about my wellbeing. They go above and beyond to get me in and out as quick as possible. Dr. Evans is a great and knowledgeable Doctor. He takes great care of his patience. He cares about me and takes the time to get to know me and makes me feel like I'm important. Him and his staff are very caring people. That's hard to find now days. Yes sometimes it's a little slow and overwhelming because they have a lot of patiences but it's worth it because they are good at what they do. I'm happy with them. That's why Dr. Evans and staff has been my primary doctor for over 15 years. He does cancel sometimes but always gets my meds ready so I can come up and pickup that day so I won't have to suffer till I can reschedule. I have never had a problem with him or his staff. Yes sometimes I have to wait a hour to see him but it doesn't bother me because I know he spread thin some days. I can call him direct on his cell if there's a emergency and he always fits me in to see me that same day. No other doctor would do that. He's a great doctor and I hate when people give bad reviews because it's false complaints. I should know I have been going there for 15 years and know him very good. he is a good person that cares. So are his staff. They are friendly and helpful.
01/09/2017
By: Verna C.
Walden Family Medicine PA MD
For a brand new office, I thought the Dr. was well informed, intelligent, patient, kind and showed good beside manners. Her assistant tried to do everything 2 or 3 people would do. The office was nice and clean, professionally run considering the circumstances and I hope this dr. is on my plan next year!
02/07/2014
By: Christy H.
Evans Stanley DO
Busy practice but the Dr. Evans and his Nurse Practitioners have great bed side manner. Long wait sometimes but that's because once you're back in a room they take the time to listen to you. Staff is friendly and polite.
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