Texas Tech Physicians Of Lubbock in Lubbock, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Alicia P.
Freedom Clinic
Love the relationship the whole staff has with my husband and I as well as our children.
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By: Latonia S.
Wilson J Nathan MD
Great group of professionals who seemed to care about the patients. Sometime the wait would be a little long, but the lounge was comfortable.
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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.
By: Shanon D.
Lubbock Digestive Disease Associates
Terrible experience, do not go here. From the time we walked in they are nothing but rude. The doctor wasn't so bad but his nurse was terrible and gave a rude gesture to my husband when he got up to walk back there with me. They acted like I was wasting there time by even being there. You are already nervous and upset about being there and having to have these things checked out. Also, the insurance department didn't want to get preauthorization from BCBS like I requested so I would KNOW exactly what I would be paying besides their required $600 deposit for my procedures. That was not a problem for me but what I would owe after my insurance paid is what I wanted to know. All she told me was that my insurance doesn't require that and that I have a $3000 deductible. I told her that I requested that she check with my insurance so I will know what I will pay and apparently she didn't have time and didn't care to help with my request. Just don't waste your time and money with these people, go somewhere where they are willing to help and care a little. I canceled both of my procedures and so glad I did.
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By: Frankie J.
A Cabrera Leopoldo MD
I love taking my boys to Dr. Cabrera's office. He is very good at taking care of the boys when their sick or need their daily medications. I recommend him to everyone
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By: Lee w P.
DR Jeffrey W Hannel MD
This man is an awesome guy whom God has given an extraordinary gift. Not only he he my doctor but my friend.
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By: Lee w P.
Hirsch, Benjamin A, MD
He is one heck of a great doctor and wonderful guy that helped me. He and Dr Ranganoth, my other cardiologist take the time with you to show you step by step exactly what needs to be done and after the procedure, what was done. Awesome men, both salt of the earth good guys!!!
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By: James C.
J. Robert Smyer, Md
Dr. S was kind, took his time and listened to me. His staff was very professional. I will certainly recommend him to my friends.
By: A J.
Living Well Express Care
I have had nothing but good experiences at this clinic. If I could choose the main doctor there as my primary care I would do it in a minute and his assistant is especially nice. In my 70s with a lot of sinus/asthma problems.
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By: Wendy W.
Center For Orthopedic Surgery
All this is opposed to my previous review regarding our experience at the hospital our date there was I confused it was on the 16th of November we brought Judy Anderson to the emergency room not on the 22nd I apologize
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