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By: lindasimpson
O'Connor Diana DO
Dr. O'Connor is the best doctor in the world to me, she saved my life, she never gave up on me. When we couldnt find the answers she kept testing until we found the best way to treat me. If I need a specialist she always sends me to one of my choice and insurance plan. Her office is professional and very organized. I have been her patient for almost 20 years and have refused to change insurances to any that she doesn't accept. While I filed for Social Security Disability she stood in my corner, provided medical care for ten years with me paying whatever I could afford and finaly convinced the judge before they would approve me. There is no more caring, supportive doctor out there than Dr. Diana
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By: Allison S.
Moore Primary Care
Came in for sore throat which I suspected was strep since I've had strep several times over the years and I am very familiar with the pain. This clinic uses students who most often have no clue. The student swabbed my tongue (not throat) and my strep test came back negative. The doctor prescribed me a zpak for sinusitis and pharyngitis. 3 days later I'm in the emergency room with strep throat. I now have the correct antibiotics as a zpak will not kill streptococcus. I am in extreme pain and I feel like this clinic should do better for its patients.
By: Michelle K.
DR John R Pittman MD
I was really upset when I had to switch from the Dr I had been seeing for about 10 years. Then I had a friend tell me about Dr Pittman's office. The difference has been amazing. They have done more detailed visits and have learned why I've had difficulty with some things. I hadn't realized how routine things had gotten with my other Dr. He never did exams anymore. I've been so very pleased with the care I've gotten here. And the cost is unbeatable if you're like me and don't have health insurance.
By: rickfen
O'Connor Diana DO
Dr. O'Conner is a highly professional and competent physician. The staff is pleasant and courteous as well as efficient. I have been able to get an appointment within a short length of time which had become all but impossible at my previous doctor's office. Dr. O'Conner has taken time to listen to my concerns and issues and has never failed to provide appropriate care. Clearly, I will be a patient here as long as she will have me.
By: tiffany.lechus
Moore Primary Care
I have been going there for years with my whole family. They are always great to get us in even without an appointment and everyone on the staff has always been so nice! I hate that bad reviews have been posted because I have never had one complaint in years other than one billing problem which was resolved. You may not see the same doctor every time, but I have never been disappointed.
By: bhedges
O'Connor Diana DO
I enjoy Dr O'Connor, she is a tell it like it is DO. HOWEVER her front office staff leaves a lot to be desired. They are abrupt and unfriendly. Wondering how they would feel if they were going to a doctor or any other professional and they experienced the treatmemt and service they are presenting. Humm I doubt they would be back.
By: Bonita C.
O'Connor Diana DO
we have been seeing DrO for 20+ yrs,we had to change once due to insurance,but returned as soon as we could. Nothing but praise for this office, employees come and go these days ,but some of her staff have been with ever since I have been seeing her. They have personalities and you may not always mix well,but you will be taken care of.
By: clem238
Moore Primary Care
This is the best place ever ! I'm 45 and been to many doctors. I love the staff and the doctors here. My whole family has been going there since they opened and will not go anywhere else. Dr. Carter and his wife are awesome as well as Michelle (she is super nice and helpful anytime I call. I'd give 10 stars if I could !
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By: mrsbaker3
O'Connor Diana DO
While her staff has a tendency to be rude, it is worth it once you get past them. Her PA, Rachel Moore, is even better. Dr. O'Connor is an awesome doctor. She is caring. She listens to all my concerns. Takes her time. Explains everything. I would recommend her to any one looking for an excellent primary care physician.
By: Mary W.
Oklahoma Medical Pain Management
Dr.Jackson is very good. He listens, talks as if you are an equal and gives good advice.The only problem is his staff doesn't answer the phone, doesn't usually return calls if you leave a message. It is a big problem, IMO. Sometimes I have a question but can't get an answer. Otherwise I think Dr. Jackson is great.
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