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By: davethewoodman
Nunley, James C, MD
After solving three extensive dental problems with St. Lukes Dentist Clinic, my reviews on their services is positive. The student dentists were very conciencious about the pain involved, my available schedule, and my overall dental needs. They were personable and professional. When working with this dental clinic, a client should realize they work in a clinical learning environment, so the drawback to having lower fees is that each process does take longer than normal. On the other hand, I got extensive individual attention on each visit, and each was fully supervised by long term dental instructors who guided the resident all the way. The bottom-line is, I strongly recommend working with this dental clinic. Sincerely, DF
By: Christina N.
Obstetrix Medical Group
The doctors and nurses here are very nice and helpful! That being said, I HATE that I have to come here for my ultrasounds and fetal echos! The reception here is one of the worst I have ever dealt with. I have had the same lady there every time I've gone. Over the phone, she acts like it's a huge inconvenience talking to you. In person, she is much worse. Barely looks at you, never says anything more than she has to. You better not ask any questions because you'll get a look like you just asked her to run a mile, followed by as basic an answer as she can come up with a tone that says "I would rather listening to nails on a chalkboard than sitting here talking to you right now."
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By: rolo6362
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
I went to Dr Go for a pre surgery eval referral from my Dr. I was very impressed at how professional and friendly he & his staff there at Rockhill was to me when I was there. I do have to say I felt a little ackward having to have them take a pic of me for their files etc. as I have nevr had this done .
By: Phyllis O.
Dr. Sarah S Florio, MD
This doctor couldn't seem to find solutions to solve my medical issues. Nor did she refer me to any specialist who might be able to. Due to illness, I had to reschedule a few times and she dropped me as a patient without notice or checking on me to see if I was ok. I would not recommend.
By: saraannbutler
Sweeney, Cabot, MD
Dr. Sweeney is a brilliant diagnostician with the empathy of a minister. His ability to listen to exceptional so metro Kansas City is lucky to have him serving them.
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By: mrpants
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
I like my Dr, but having to wait an hour and a half every time is pretty unprofessional. If you have to come here, I would recommend you ask for Larry Freevert.
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