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09/03/2017
By: Ralph C.
Dr. Melissa A Hession, MD
Dr. Hession has been my primary care physician for over a decade. She is extremely knowledgeable and has ALWAYS recommended the proper specialist when needed. At 75 I will continue to be her patient forever.Ralph Cooley
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06/30/2015
By: Tina H.
Dr. George Donahue, MD
As a medical Dr. Donahue deserves 5 stars, the one star is for his office personnel. When a staff member says they don't appreciate you calling them more than one time after you apologized for making the call. Won't even listen to what I had to say an assumed on their own what the call was about. Having second thoughts because of this kind of behavior. As a caregiver and medical assistant, I feel this is unacceptable.
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03/12/2015
By: Courtney S.
Shah Darshan J MD
Dr. Shah and his staff are incredible and helped me during a very difficult time in my life. They took me in during a lunch hour so I didn't have to wait in the office through other patients, while my father was at home on hospice. I didn't know how much longer I had with him. NOT ONLY that, but when I came in the next time to follow up on a really bad infection, they remembered and asked me all about my father. They are amazing and deserve 5 stars all the way. Unhappypatient2010 must have clearly been thinking about a different doctor.
12/18/2013
By: lbwaltower
Ku, Peggy, MD
Dr.Peggy Ku is awesome. I feel so comfortable in her care. She always has a great smile and attitude Thank you.
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