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By: Andy P.
Dr. Daniel Joyner Scott III, MD
Everything you would expect from a doctor,office & exam rooms are large and comfortable. I am in but miss and would love to have him back as my GP. He is very thoughtful & thorough Along with the rest of his very experienced staff.
By: Danielle M.
Reed Family Dentistry
The dental hygienist here at Reed Family Dentistry was very gentle and caring. I was very pleased at my appointment here.
By: Vendy L.
William Ludden DMD
The receptionist is not good at her job. You make an appointment dayyyyy call you for a reminder in the reminder is a different day then you scheduled. You show up for your appointment and she says its for a different day. This has happened to me more than 4 times I have a very tight schedule and don't have time for somebody who don't know their job. You are quoted one price when you get to the desk it's a different price. The doctor was great the rest of the team was awesome. But when you have a receptionist like her that is the cover of your business. No good I took my business elsewhere all because of the receptionist
By: doesgranny
LaBarreare, John C MD
I have been going to see Dr. LaBarreare for 20 years now and have never, ever had any issues about his professionalism. His wife works there with him and is always there in the office. Both exhibit true professionalism. Always heals what ails me with one visit. He is the best! Office staff is awesome too!
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