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08/13/2014
By: eowynroh
Shining Star Pediatrics
I live in Fort Worth, and travel over 2 hours to see Dr. Bagnell. Why? Because it is vital to have a pediatrician who with the parent makes the very best team to care for your child. That can only happen when there is trust, respect, and agreement on what is best for the child. I can not find this in Fort Worth. I feel privileged to take my child to Dr. Bagnell. She has been a wonderful advocate for us and makes sure I have the information I need to make wise choices.
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09/17/2009
By: texassiredward
Morton Randy L
I HAD HERNIA SURGERY ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO AND DR MORTON DID A GREAT JOB. BEFORE HAVING THE SURGERY I WAS A LITTLE NERVOUS ABOUT THIS WHOLE THING BUT AFTER SEEING WHAT DR MORTON DID FOR ME AND HOW HE HANDLE EVERYTHING I WOULD USE HIM AGAIN. I JUST WANT TO SAY THANKS FOR YOUR WORK, GREAT ATTITUDE AND PERSONAL ATTENTION.
04/24/2013
By: morgan.gabriel.9
Quickcare
QuickCare is NOT a free clinic, but we gladly see patients with insurance and patients that are self pay, and we don't charge ER, or urgent care fees! Great place to come when you are not able to get into your doctor, or have an emergency!
11/25/2014
By: Curtis n sharon J.
Good Shepherd's Byron Cook Ctr
A big thank you to Dr Lutz and his staff for a job well done. Due to their care and patience, my wife Sharon Johnson still has her toes which she was in danger of losing. Thanks again to Dr Lutz and staff,
06/28/2013
By: awilliams123
Johnasan M Gregory
Dr. Gregory is the best physician you could ever see. He will stay on your case and answer all your questions until you are happy. Dr. Gregory is a life saver and I will only see him for my health issues.
12/18/2016
By: David P.
Longview Gastroenterology Clinic
Dr. Johansen is not a Doctor you want to go to for a colonoscopy. He don't put you out when he does it and it hurts big time to be awake while he is doing the procedure. Find any other Doctor besides him.
08/13/2014
By: Rolando F.
Johnasan M Gregory
Dr. Gregory is wonderful! He is one of the most knowledgeable doctors I have ever met. Also, he does not type on the computer during your visit like a lot of doctors do. You have his full attention.
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04/01/2015
By: Helen K.
Quickcare
Michael Sims, OA was wonderful. He removed my toe nail and took care of my hurt back quickly and with great care. I really appreciate his attention to detail and care of me. Thank you.
09/08/2017
By: Renetta W.
Buckelew, Daryl Q, MD
He is a great doctor. Tells you what needs to be done, listens to what you have to say, not just run in and then back out again.Seems to me to have the patients best interest at heart.
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05/03/2017
By: Pamela B.
Saridena Pavan MD
I haven't been to the office yet, but I was impressed by the way the nurse called me back within the hour to answer my questions and to help me with my appointment for next week.
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