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02/11/2016
By: Verlinda C.
Becky Porter PhD
Friendly, soft spoken, and caring receptionist. Dr. Porter is also friendly, soft spoken, thorough, and quick to get results. I was able to get my daughter in quickly with quick test results and diagnosis. The office is nice, comfortable, and has a home like feeling and decor.
10/08/2015
By: Marilyn M.
Doray Psychological Svc P
I feel this counselor did not listen to my child or help with our situation. She prolonged the treatment when co parenting was more of the issue. She told me my child needed the least possible counseling but kept her in counseling for 4 years. Ms Doray has not made the co parenting issues better . It feels like she is more interested in making attorneys happy than children or parents.
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08/10/2015
By: Cecilia A.
Arkansas Behavioral Center Psycholgst
The lady handling billing acted very unprofessional! I am on a family plan and we have met our out of pocket deductible. Which means BCBS would have payed 100%. Yet Miss Bridget could not see that I was with the family plan even after I had my insurance company talk her through the online account step by step. She still wanted a fax copy that said it. Tasha with BCBS asked her why cause it says it on the screen. That's when Bridget could not get off the phone fast enough. By saying " You know what we will get back with Mrs. Aaron.". During the whole time dealing with her she was rude. Tasha and I both said that was no way to handle a business. I called my Doctor right away to get another doctor. I would not go to a company that can't read the insurance company. That would just mean that my billing would always be messed up. I have enough to deal with, I don't need unnecessary headaches thank you very much!! I so don't recommend this company!!! I don't know how Dr Banks is but if she allows her employees to have rude and unprofessional behavior what does that say about her. I treated miss Bridget with nothing but kindness and respect and I damn well expected the same from her. It's a shame that you have to be treated that way when you are already stressed out. Hello, that's why we are going to a doctor!!
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05/18/2015
By: Rebekah D.
Arkansas Behavioral Center Psycholgst
very disappointed with this dr..
12/15/2014
By: Npr F.
Foxcroft Psychological Services
Dr. Gem Moore is one of the kindest, wisest, funniest people you'll meet. She has deep insights into what's hurting your heart and how to fix it.
12/15/2014
By: cheriegts
Foxcroft Psychological Services
Gem is very professional and caring. I would recommend her to anyone looking for counseling.
12/15/2014
By: Brandi P.
Foxcroft Psychological Services
I have found Gem Moore to be a very thoughtful and caring individual, she is very comfortable to talk with.
05/15/2014
By: Carroll a. G.
Dr. Gregory Stephen Kaczenski, MD
I saw Dr. Kaczenski several years in the nineties. He is the most thoughtful, caring, professional doctor I have ever had, and I have had many since being diagnosed in 1981. I don't believe the rudeness of his Office staff is any reflection on him. Thank you, Dr. Kaczenski!
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