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03/13/2017
By: D W.
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
While I have no issue with the doctors in this office, there are certain members of the staff that are less than decent. Due to insurance my children have (military, through their father) I end up paying some higher costs and there have been times I've had to make payments on a bill instead of paying off the entire thing. I made arrangements with the lady that handles the billing and she was just delightful! I appreciated her kindness and understanding.I wish I could say the same for one of the receptionists (I wish I could recall her name). This lady is nothing short of insulting. She always gave me a hard time, despite the fact I had made acceptable arrangements with the lady in the billing department. I had to pay a couple of days late and this receptionist actually had the nerve to call my cell phone and leave a message, stating they had received one very "tiny" payment last month and I needed to make another one. It may be "tiny" to her but it is quite different for me. I came in the next day and dropped off a payment but because of her, I refuse to have my children return there.Thankfully Dr. Kremer has started his own practice. My children can see him there without me having to deal with that insulting woman who apparently cannot understand that not everyone is swimming in money.
05/28/2013
By: kenneth_bowers
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
What I like most over all about the practice is Dr. Lamoreaux and his staff. They are honestly some of the nicest people I have ever met. It has been a fantastic experience, the best I have had at a dentist.
02/26/2013
By: susanhoffman
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
Dr. Lamerox does a very fine job and always cracks some jokes to help me feel at ease during an appointment. I don't know what else they could do to make it any better. The hours here even work very well for working people.
11/28/2012
By: na_wrigley
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
Dr. Lamoreaux is such a great guy but he is very knowledgeable and I always feel very confident with him.
11/27/2012
By: worldofwonder
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
Probably 8 years or so I have been going here and It is a very comfortable office. The staff and Dr.Lamoreaux are always very social and pleasant. They do a great job and all I can do is tell them to keep up the good work!
09/26/2012
By: kin8fan
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
I like how they will work with you and give you options if your in for a procedure. They explain everything very well and do and outstanding job at making you feel comfortable. Its a nice atmosphere and a convenient location and I have been going here for over 4 years now.
09/14/2012
By: dalefan88
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
going on 12-13 years now I have been a patient here and they have consistently provided me with great service and care. My appointments run on time, they are friendly, and keep everything pain free.
08/15/2012
By: gilly_goat
Springcrest Family Physicians PC
It is a very good office here, I get in and I leave on time and I can set an appointment that works around my work schedule. Everybody is friendly here and I haven't had any issues with any of the work they have done on me.
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