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By: Genessa T.
Texas Physicians Group
exas Physicians Group was not a good experience for me. The doctor I visited and knew from before, Dr Zumaya, was great as always. She is worth seeing; however, the nursing staff did not think that the results of my labs were important enough to call me. I had to call 3 times after a week of waiting and finally, the receptionist had to try to help me by reading the nurse's notes from my chart. They had tested me for 9+ different things due to my symptoms so I was understandably anxious to hear the results. It turned out, I was Vitamin D deficient. Let's just say, maybe it wasn't important to the nurses, but for a mother who works full time and has boys to raise, that information was worthwhile to me. Furthermore, my insurance paid for the visit and labs. I have a feeling they expect me to receive what they are paying for. So...the doctor is great. The nurses need a serious wake-up call on patient care, promptness, and bedside manner. Sadly, although I do like the doctor, I won't be returning to this group for care because their nursing staff makes it difficult to access your own information and they do not communicate with patients well. Sad...they are friendly during the visit but that's where their job apparently ends.
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By: Thomas D.
Emily A Deeb MD
She is a wonderful person and a great doctor that cares about you and your family
By: Tess P.
Emily A Deeb MD
Terrible doctor. Definitely avoid her at all costs.
By: James H.
Craig Barker MD
the single best GP in town...
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