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08/08/2017
By: Robert S.
Ohio Valley Heart Care St Mary's Medical Cardiology
Impossible to get an appointment. For appointments all you get is a recording instructing you to leave your information and you will be contacted later. Your calls are not returned.
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05/30/2017
By: Deneen B.
Cordts, Scott, MD
Great doctors & nurses very friendly very personal I hate going to the doctor but I don't mind going in here
05/15/2017
By: Carol H.
Ohio Valley Heart Care St Mary's Medical Cardiology
Excellent group of people. Do their jobs well. Always lending a helping hand. Caring. Nice. PhillipBehrens. Awesome. Puts you at ease in office. Explains things well.
04/08/2017
By: Anna B.
Blume William MD
I went to him for 20 years and in the beginning loved him. The last few years however his service has really slacked off. I have type 2 diabetis and despite going in to see him every 3 months, he stopped doing blood work a year and a half ago. I'd ask every exam and be ignored. His exam consisted of listening to my chest, looking at my ears and throat and tapping my knee with his little rubber hammer. The woman that does his FMLA paperwork messed mine up so badly I almost lost my job, and when I asked her to fix it, she lied to me and said it had been resubmitted. However when I contacted my HR, they had not gotten anything from the office in SIX MONTHS. I have found a new doctor and would not recommend Blume to anyone. I trust my veterinarian more.
03/26/2017
By: Sandra E.
Silvera Dwight A MD
It has been over a year and I have been very satisfied with the service. Highly recommend this facility, Doctor and employees
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10/22/2016
By: Carol H.
Ohio Valley Heart Care St Mary's Medical Cardiology
Excellent group of people. Do their jobs well. Nice. Caring and thoughtful. Dr. Behrens is an excellent heart specialist. Explains .Puts you at ease when in the office.
08/25/2016
By: Jade G.
My Optix Family Eyecare
I had the best eye exam that I have ever had there. My only complaint is that they took a really long time to get my glasses in.
08/11/2016
By: Deryl K.
St Mary's Rehabilitation
Slowest doctors office ever. If you ever come here for a drug test make sure you have all day to sit and wait.
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05/25/2016
By: Kj A.
Women's Health Center
I have gone to countless Gynos for an issue I've been having. No one would listen to me. While explaining to dr Morrison he listened. Let me finish. And told me exactly what was needed to be done which is what I was wanting all along. He will be the only Doctor I see from here on out. The very best! -Katie Demarest
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04/19/2016
By: Albert W.
Evansville Multi-Specialty Clinic P.C.
Waited 90 minutes without any explanation of why the delay. Terrible service!!!! I would not recommend this group for your health care.
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