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By: Renee M.
Malitz David I MD
Dr. Malitz helped me see 20/20 after years of hassling with contacts and my glasses. Highly recommend and his staff is the best!
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By: Larry R.
Medical Center For Pain Relief
Was Dr Ruperts patient for 2 years. Always kind, compassionate and listened. His NPs were also very good. I changed Insurance so now I go to spine and sports meds and they're just ok. How I miss Dr Rupert.
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By: Brenda B.
Dr. Judith Ann Englert, MD
Only second time to visit Dr.Judith Englert getting ready for eye surgery March 3rd.Wow!!! The nurse was so knowledgeable explaining everything about the surgery what to expect I was amazed you can tell the nurse that works for Dr. Enghert loves her job she really took time to explain everything to me and my daughter looking forward to the surgery praying I can see better if it's God's will I will have more details to share after the surgery but I give this place a 100% plus thank you all for all you do and God bless each and everyone of you Brenda Bergwitz
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By: April B.
Midwest Neurological PC
Always good always took care of me have had Ms for 5 yrs now Dr Roberson and Carla Brandt wonderful place to go even for rehab they help people anyway possible
By: Jon P.
Jon C Perkins MD
Dr. Perkins has moved to Advanced Vision Associates, 4405 Bellemeade Suite 101, Evansville, IN 812-474-1010
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By: Alysha R.
Malitz David I MD
Great doctor and service. He pays attention to detail and my grandmother is pleased with her results.
By: Tina S.
Advanced Vision Associates
My experience with Advanced Vision has been phenomenal! The customer service is the best! Everyone is friendly and helpful. When it's time for new frames, there is always so much to choose from. I've been a patient for more than 10 years and have never had anything but great service.
By: Kristi S.
Advanced Vision Associates
I have been with this office for ten years. I love the service and the people that work there. They have always been extremely helpful dealing with insurance changes and fixing glasses that have become too loose or broken. Even if Advanced Vision is not in my network, I will find a way to stay with this practice!
By: Mary W.
Advanced Vision Associates
I've been going to this practice for over 15 years, and have nothing but great things to say about the entire staff. I never feel rushed, and they take the time to explain things and answer any questions I have. Highly recommend!
By: Elizabeth F.
Advanced Vision Associates
My husband and I both got our glasses from Advanced Vision Associates. We were both very happy with the turn around time and the service provided. We will definitely be returning for all of our eye care needs and we will highly recommend this practice to all of our family and friends.
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