Good Shepherd Medical Center in Marshall, Texas with Reviews -

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By: Verdell M.
Malone, Diana, MD
Dr. Diana Malone is a great physician who is clinically knowledgeable with excellent bedside skills. She is thorough in her physical exams, supporting diagnostic assessments, evaluation, and follow-up. Her practice is patient-care centered in which she involves the patient and family. I highly recommend her as a physician of choice. Marshall is blessed to have her practice in its small city. Sincerely,Dr. Verdell Marsh
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By: Melissa W.
Access Family Health
Great group of medical professionals. Staff, PAs and doctors are patient and attentive. They have the needs of the patient as they're priority. Check them out if you're in need of a new PCP or looking for a second opinion.
By: John M.
Dr. Shaun Bobbi Kelehan, MD
Well qualified. Great consultant. Personal. Good medical plan. Location and personnel excellent. Couldn't be more pleased for family doctor and service. Have doctored with Dr. Kelehan for years. Overall: AAAAA+++++
By: Terri L.
Ricky Paul MD
Dr. Paul is a very knowledgeable gynecologist. He has been excellent with my care as well as other family members and friends. He is always polite and professional. I highly recommend him.
By: Lisa M.
Ponder Jana Harrel DR
I took my 13 year old son here for his first eye exam. The dr is very friendly and personable and put my son at ease. Very knowledgeable also. will definitely go back.
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By: Sheila T.
Belo, Angelica C, MD
I felt safe and Dr,Belo is a great doctor.I put my trust in her as well the staff.I will be back to see her.
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By: soopad
Norman Houchen MD
The ladies at the front counter seem to be more worried about gossiping than being professional.
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