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By: Sam B.
21St Century Healthcare - Roy Arnold, M.D.
Very impressed with Dr.Arnold. He offers a very personal setting between you and him, which I like because I feel he is truly listening to me. Staff are very kind and insightful as well. If you are looking for a comfortable and professional atmosphere, 21st Century is where to go. Only doctor and staff I trust and feel at ease to visit!
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By: Dinah H.
Deaconess Hospital
I spent a week and a day in the Deaconess hospital from March 25, 2015 to April 1, 2015 and 100 percent of the people I had ANY dealings with were 100 percent wonderful to me. Never have I had such a good experience at ANY hospital. I am 59 years old and would know. Veterans Hospitals need to go there to learn how to treat patients.
By: krissystewart
Carmack Cindy MD
I have a 6 month old and I am so glad I found Dr. Carmack and Stone. Dr. Stone was with him while he was born and gave him excellent care and talked to me about the proceedures before and after. Dr. Carmack is also great with him, takes time to listen to all my concerns and educates me about any issues I may have.
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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
By: Kyle R.
21St Century Healthcare - Roy Arnold, M.D.
Dr.Roy is very personable and professional. He let me know that he is here for me at an hour. He is not only is my new doctor but a new friend. Glad I came here after being recommended by a family friend.
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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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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
By: Ray H.
21St Century Healthcare - Roy Arnold, M.D.
So cool that I can simply txt my doctor when I'm in need of refills on my prescriptions.
By: Jeff B.
21St Century Healthcare - Roy Arnold, M.D.
Great knowledgable staff that go above and beyond for your health needs.
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By: Shara C.
Barnes, Robert, MD
Excellent physician and really on top of things.
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