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By: Tina K.
Khera, Amneet, MD
Amneet's brother in law made fun of my disability during a visit, I sat there stunned, she didn't say anything about it. I would recommend staying away from her.
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By: Robert L.
Methodist Family Medicine N Elm
Overall a great place great doctors. The Nurse Practitioner is a different matter. Her name is Shauna Mack and she apparent cant do basic math/division. So she screws up even simple prescriptions. 30รท3 does NOT equal 30. Never trust your health to a wanna be Dr. Always see a REAL Doctor.
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By: Horace N.
Dr. A A Silva, MD
Useful Tool for ICT and the asvancement on ways on modarnity, the fact about exchange on the new techology
By: Whitney M.
Methodist Pediatrics Elm
Dr.Liles is an AMAZING pediatrician! I Highly recommend her for your child's care! My child has seen her since 2012. She takes her time with you, she explains every detail about what's going in with your child. She answers questions on a parent's level. Dr.Liles is very professional, confident, and passionate about her job caring for children & making them well! I couldn't ask for a better pediatrician, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND her!
By: Whitney M.
Jennifer L Liles MD
She is an AMAZING pediatrician! My child has seen her since 2012. Dr.Liles takes her time with you, she explains every detail about what's going on with your child, and she will answer questions on a parents level. She is Very professional, confident, and passionate about her job caring for children making them well. I just love her!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Dr.Liles!!
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By: shelly.raub
Bobby Cottingham DR
My son had not seen the doctor in over 2 years, when I popped intot he office becasue he had recieved flash burns to his eyes and asked what I could do for him him as the light was killing him and we needed something to comer his eyes in darkness. they were wonderful, gave me a pair of the glasses they give to clients when they dilate thier pupils. They also gave me a sample of eye drops and some coupons for more. God Bless the entire office.
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By: onefroggychick
Dr. Larry George Crick, MD
Dr. Irvin is so nice. The kids love him. We've had a few medical issues some doctors could not figure out and he did everything until the problem was diagnosed. The staff are friendly. Usually has a long wait but that's because so many people are fond of the doctors.
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