Best 30 Primary Care Physician in Houston, Texas with Reviews -

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By: Kelly S.
1960 Family Practice
Our family have been patients here for 5 years and have received very personalized service, even during desperate situations with our 2 kids. Every once in a while it seems like they are flying through patients, but I noticed that’s mainly in the spring and before school starts. I chalk that up to allergies (which I have and they treat) and physicals (my football playing stepson has one there every year). The front desk can be a challenge, but I also go first thing in the morning and my coffee has kicked in, so I can’t imagine theirs has either. Everyone is thorough and nice. They care about their patients and it comes across in everything they do.
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By: Audrey U.
Doctors Clinic Houston
My mom is in their therapy/pain management program. It helped her so much she asked me to leave a review for her this is what she said. "Evelyn and Faye were super nice and helpful throughout my time. They gave me great advice. Evelyn showed me how to do so many things. Dr. Henks and Vivian are a super team. They are both exceptionally helpful, knowledgeable, and understanding. The program helped me to learn how to handle my pain ans so much more. Can't say enough about the program. This was rhe opportunity I needed to get my pain under control.
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By: texastiffany
Denver Harbor Clinic
I am so thankful I found the Denver Harbor Clinic. I don't have health insurance and no way to prove my income to get a Gold Card. It is the nicest, most modern clinic I have ever been to. The wait time is minimal and every staff member I have encountered has been super nice, friendly and caring. I have been able to get the primary health care I need here that I couldn't afford elsewhere. I highly recommend the clinic to anyone that needs very affordable health care.
By: Nakiska C.
Cypress Family Practice
I called on a Thursday to set up an appointment for a serious issue, and I was told that I could not be seen until Tuesday... I am so frustrated with the lack of concern for patient needs. The receptionist had no sense of hospitality and was not professional at all. I have been a patient at Cypress Family Practice for 10 years, but now I see I am going to need to find another Family Physician.
By: Maria F.
Clinica Hispana W Bellfort
Traje a mi mama a esta clinica porque le habia salido un ulcera en el pie y por su enfermedad cronica se le fue agravando pero gracias al exelente cuidado todo salio perfectamente. Lo unico que puedo decir esque estoy infinitamente agradecida por el exelente cuidado que nos brindaron y la comprension. El profesionalismo de los empleados supera cualquier estandar.
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By: Samenta W.
Cypress Family Practice
I have to disagree with the rating below, I've seen the wife (Dr. Hoang) for 7 years and my children have seen the husband (Ngo) for the same amount of time. Their listen and willing to fit me in when the children need to seen at the last minute. They have Saturday appointments and staff is really knowledgeable and helpful.
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By: Paul M.
1960 Family Practice
A step up from a Motor Vehicle Department experience. Everyone is pleasant and it's fairly clean but 45 minutes post appointment to get into the exam room then another 50 minutes to be seen. Strong attempts to upsell other services, not rude, but persistent. You have to interpret what is optional or probably unnecessary.
By: maritere
Dr. Rafael G Borges, MD
I call dr. Borges my miracle dr. I have suffer with pain all over my body since a was a little girl. For years, i did not encounter a doctor who was able to help me until last year when I went to see dr. Rafael Borges. He is a great listener. he gave me med. samples to take for two weeks and they work great.
By: M G.
1960 Family Practice
My appointment at this location was an awesome experience. The wait time was minimal and Dr. Broussard (new doctor there) was the best! I honestly had no complaints visiting this location and this particular doctor who was patient and listened to my concerns without rushing me out the door. I rate this visit a 5.
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By: Isaac K.
Arturo A Zuniga, Other
I visited the good doctor because of a painful and serious infection. I was treated within minutes and he was very professional yet so patient and a good listener. The next day, he even took rhe time to call and see how I was doing. ( im feeling great now and improving by the hour)..Thank you Dr. Zuniga :)
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