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By: Amber W.
Nielson, Kandice R
I love Dr. Nielson! She is so patient and kind and she is so willing to listen and work through things with patients. I often feel my questions are stupid and she has never once made me feel like I can't ask questions, even stupid ones. I feel she truly cares about me as a patient. I would recommend her to anyone, any day! The clinic is also very clean and staff is very professional.
By: Courtney B.
Nielson, Kandice R
Dr. Nielsen has been wonderful to work with. This is my first baby with a different doctor (fourth baby overall) and I was admittedly nervous to have someone new. Dr. Nielsen is professional, compassionate and has taken time to address any of my concerns and questions without making me ever feel rushed or like I was asking stupid questions.
By: Jennie G.
Moyer, Stacia Lynn
Doctor Moyer is the best doctor. She's always willing to answer all of my questions and never makes me feel like I'm in a hurry. She's as sweet as they come. And I'm very thankful she's my doctor!
By: Alicia A.
Nielson, Kandice R
I switched to Dr Nielson during my third trimester. It has been a night and day difference between her and my last dr. She spent so much time with me getting to know me, answering any questions, covering everything. I love that she is the one to sit in the office with me rather than sending her nurse to relay messages like my last provider. She has great beside manners and treats me like a friend. I would highly recommend her!
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By: Yoselin R.
Nielson, Kandice R
Dr. Nielson is so attentive, she always take her time to answer every question and make you feel comfortable at every visit. She is also so friendly and happy every time.
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By: China P.
Moyer, Stacia Lynn
She always has an answer for my semi-complicated pregnancy. I couldn't have been in better hands! ����
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By: Dale R.
Summit Medical
I have been going to Summit Medical for almost 5 years now. I am an access member an an very pleased with the services they provide. I do have Blue Cross insurance as well but for a cold/flu i wouldn't go any whete else. They have kept me healthy and to be able to do that is a great feat in itself. Thank you Summit Medical..
By: Krisha F.
Ogden Clinic
We called in needing a strep culture. They scheduled us for 45 min later. The culture was done right when we got back to our room and when Dr Brown came in he had the results all reading. He was so kind, friendly and professional. Very impressed and would totally go back to dr brown
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By: Marcia C.
Ogden Clinic
Roxina Fischer is simply the best. The staff are friendly and efficient. It puts your mind at rest to be able to trust your health care professional to give you the best possible care
By: Rev S.
Summit Medical
Called to see what time they were open till because a friend has a screw through his toe and is bleeding through his shoe! Casey on the phone said they were full and even though it was 6:30 and they didn't officially stop taking patients till 7 they were not going to have my friend come in "because it would put the provider behind". He said my friend could come in tomorrow at 9:30am. Wow....not cool. Not cool.
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