Heartland Clinic in Lincoln, NE with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Karrie P.
People City Mission Med Clinic
They have real doctors and medical professionals who will give you real tests and write prescriptions for real medicine that you can afford. All scrips are $4. This would be five stars except they can't help with bad pain and don't really listen to you , but then they see a LOT of people.
By: Reagan I.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Very professional and friendly. Explains everything very well. Office staff very friendly and helpful also.
By: H W.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
1. A+! Ability to get a quick appointment. 2. Very caring medical staff. Great recommendations! 3. Will return this fall for full body exam.
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By: Paula W.
Rapp, Michael F, MD
Dr. Rapp is amazing for one reason. If he does not know about an issue he will send you to someone who does. He has recently added another doctor to his staff. He needs to get rid of him ASAP. the new guy is terrible. Rushes through visits, walks out of the room while patients are in the middle of a question. Too busy to listen or be bothered. If you go to this practice make sure you see Dr. Rapp and not the new guy.
By: R H.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Very Professional and friendly,all staff. Quick and Comfortable care by Dr. and all Staff. Love the real live landscaping inside waiting room.
By: J M.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Very patient and gentle with my needle/cutting aversion! Explained everything very well. Friendly and welcoming.
By: M H.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Dr. Geoffrey is friendly and patient. He is very good at explaining what is wrong so I understand. He is the Doctor I want to take care of me.
By: E S.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Very satisfied with everything - including Dr. Clean and organized office. Staff is friendly and cordial.
By: T V.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
Nurse and office staff very friendly and kind. Check-in was very quick and easy. Dr. Basler is gentle and very kind.
By: K R.
Dr. Geoffrey C. Basler, MD
The Doctor was very friendly. He (Dr.) took plenty of time - did not seem to be in a rush. Dr. explained diagnosis very thoroughly.
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