Best 30 General Practitioner in Lincoln, NE with Reviews - YP.com

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08/20/2008
By: texmex99
Stevens Creek Family Medicine
Im not sure if the two bad reviews were just unhappy people because I had a wonderful experience and found the staff to be very sincere, willing to listen and professional. I found that Dr. Coady was like no other in the way that he actually took the time to sit down and listen to my concerns and made me feel very important. Also to the comment about hearing them "laugh and joke" in the hall, i did hear them praising eachother and helping one another out-which was very impressive to hear. I was VERY pleased- would recommend to anyone!
10/15/2013
By: jim.neumann.3
Family Physicians Group PC
Excellent care. Also prompt and the Staff is very considerate.
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