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10/10/2016
By: Barbara S.
Cundiff, William B, MD
Dr. Cundiff and his staff are very caring yet professional in their treatment of patients. Seem to always have a smile for everyone.He listens to what you have to say and takes it into consideration which is more than most physicians appear to do. Very much recommend Dr. cundiff for those with pulmonary difficulties.
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06/28/2016
By: Jerri N.
Norton Children's Medical Associates - Elizabethtown
I called in to make an appointment for my granddaughter as a new patient. Cindy is who I was speaking with and after telling her my son had BCBS insurance, she insisted on continually asking me about passport. I didn't know what passport was until I hung the phone up with her and researched it. I am deeply offended by her questioning and why she insisted on the passport issue. I will find another pediatrician in the area. If this is who Kosair has representing them, shame on them. I wouldn't feel comfortable with my granddaughter being seen by a physician there, not sure if they would make a difference in her treatment. No thanks Kosair and Cindy. Poor representation for the medical office.
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04/03/2016
By: Kit81cat ..
Dr. Muhammad A Shoaib, MD
This was my 1st visit/appointment with Dr Schoaib. I've an extensive history, with much to discuss with my Neurologist (the MOST important Dr for me). Dr Schoaib was in my room barely 7 min, during which time he took 3 cell phone calls & was so enamored with his cell & texts the rest of the time, I had to repeat myself 4 times. I'd brought history & paperwork that was imperative for him to see, but was unable to even mention before he was rushing out the door. All he saw was a "fat" girl with high blood pressure. I made an attempt to explain to him & show him records I don't normally have high blood pressure & was even recently taken off of a med for it. All he wanted to do was put me on a blood pressure med. This appointment (or lack there of) was so devastating, I spent 15 min in my car afterwards crying. This Dr was preoccupied & more concerned with anything & everything else to even delve slightly into my case. I DO NO RECOMMEND!!! GO TO DR GARCIA...A VERY RESPECTFUL DR.
09/24/2015
By: Veronika W.
Harty, Nially J, MD
He's very accurate and is very caring.
08/07/2015
By: Kristin B.
Heartland Primary Care
Staff is very rude. Difficult to work with. Impossible to get an appointment without a hassle. As a nurse, I'm embarrassed that they deal with patients in that manner.
02/22/2015
By: Vanessa M.
Dr. Teresa T Dao, MD
I love the staff and doctor. They are very caring. I left anther pedestrian 7 years ago and have been here ever since.
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01/03/2015
By: Kathy T.
Heartland Primary Care
The nursing staff is incompetent. I have been a patient for over 8 years and needed a one-month refill for my hormone replacement to tie me over until my yearly appt, something I have to do each year. The request was denied by the nurse, I now have to quit my medication cold turkey with unwanted side effects. I am very disappointed with the incompetence of the nursing staff.
10/01/2013
By: steelerschic315
Children's Clinic
I wouldn't think of taking my girls any were else. The staff and doctors are great and they all listen to what we have to say. Plus they stayed open later so my childeren could get the care they needed:)
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