• 1.Riverside Medical

    1101 E 5th St

    North Little Rock,AR

    1.01 mi

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01/26/2012
By: missydawn31
Gregory D Wood MD
Dr Wood was my obstetrician for my pregnancy with my second daughter. He was an excellent physician and treated me, my daughters, and my husband with a great deal of respect. He explained things when I asked questions but didn't push information on me that wasn't relevent to my pregnancy. I was easily able to make appointments that fit into my work schedule and I was also treated great by his staff. I was on a first name basis with most of them at least the ones I saw frequently. Plus with my hospital stay after my scheduled c-section I was allowed to leave when I was ready not when the hospital thought I should. If you need an OB/GYN go to Dr Wood. You won't regret it.
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10/17/2016
By: Elizabeth C.
North Hills Family
Everyone extremely nice from the front desk to the doctors. Dr Barns and both Dr Cobbs are patient, listen to their patients, Thanks to Dr J Cobb I now have my anxiety disorder under control (the first time in 20 plus years) I am no longer a hermit :)
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07/11/2014
By: lbm444
Richard A Heck MD
I totally disagree with the previous reviews. Great doctor! Love this office!!!
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