West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital in Lake Charles, LA with Reviews - YP.com

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07/28/2017
By: Barbara D.
Guillermo, Andres J
Luv my PCP/family doctor!Dr Guillermo, his nurse Christy, and the Administrative Asst, Ms Sarah are always ready to help as needed. Every time I enter the office, I am greeted with a smile. Dr Guillermo spend the necessary one on one time with his patients to ensure quality medical care is provided. I really appreciate all that Dr Guillermo and his staff do for me and my family.
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12/01/2015
By: Quita B.
Memorial Medical Group Neurology
The doctors are fantastic. But the message system is a total wreck. A person can leave a message on a recording or talk to the receptionist and the message does not get delivered. Every time this has happened to me. Someone needs to fix the problem. It is aggravating to have to sit for an hour for a script that was called in days before.
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08/11/2014
By: Brock S.
Dr. Todd Allen Peavy, MD
Todd peavey is a excellent Dr in my eyes due to the sudden act a care he provides along with speed and convenience to fit your buss life schedule I would recommend him to everyone how is seeking a good family Dr in this area
01/11/2017
By: Jeromey F.
Dr. Todd Allen Peavy, MD
He was Sweet. When I was 23 minutes late, he still took the time to thoroughly examine me. I'm so glad that I could have had the day of my ideas is very low risk and then they would be open to constructive
03/18/2014
By: Romalis J.
Guidry, Tricia MD
A+++++++ treats all patients with respect and very educated. She keeps herself available to her patients at all times. We definitely recommend Dr. Guidry to all family and friends.
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10/04/2017
By: Rhonda T.
Dr. Thomas M Rossowski, MD
Made me feel very comfortable before, during and after my surgery. Talk to myself and family where we could understand what was going to happen during and after surgery.
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11/17/2015
By: Laura A.
Dr. Richard Thomas Shimer, MD
I have always had a great experience with Dr. Shimer when I go in to speak with him. He is friendly and answers my questions realistically.
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04/16/2017
By: Jessica L.
Scroggs Matthew G Md
Compassionate doctorVery knowledgeable Spends time with patientStaff is very niceClean and nice looking facilityProfessional attitude
07/16/2013
By: jolet67
Rigg Howard M II Doctor of Medicine
A good place to go without an appointment, also if you don't have insurance, very knowledgeable, friendly Drs!
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04/09/2014
By: Henry j. "trip" G.
Dr. Henry J Goolsby III, MD
The BEST internal medicine, direct primary care, and Elite Health Care Age Management provider in SWLA!
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