Baptist Medical Group Oncology in Pensacola, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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04/23/2013
By: yes_i_said_that
Andrews Robert MD
I saw Dr. Roberts for my entire pregnancy of my second child and couldn't ask for a better Doctor. He was kind and humorous. He always answered all my questions. I never felt rushed out of his office. I was always seen quickly and his staff made me feel at ease. He's very easy to talk to. He gave me straight forward answers and didn't try to sugarcoat sensitive conversation. His utmost concern is "Healthy Mommy, Healthy Baby". Yes, I highly recommend Dr. Robert Andrews!
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07/02/2015
By: Halee P.
Duke Jairan Do
EXTREMELY inconsiderate of my personal time, spent literally 4 hours in the waiting room without even seeing a nurse. Not only that one time, I arrive early atleast 15 min and I have do not get seen until atleast 45 min AFTER my scheduled appointment time. This is not acceptable at all. The first Year I seen her she was Amazing always considerate of my time and feelings.... since the new year she is NOT even doing the bare minimum. Will be Switching Doctors TODAY.
12/22/2014
By: Keri P.
Hoffman, Julia G, MD
Dr. Hoffman is a highly skilled surgeon. I have been amazed by my quick recovery time and by how gentle the actual surgery was on my body. While I was admitted in the hospital, even my nurses were impressed with Dr. Hoffman and commented on it. Her bedside manner was impeccable. She is always so caring and optimistic. I never once felt like just another patient. I am very thankful to have her as my doctor. I highly recommend her!
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10/09/2016
By: Bonita M.
Cartee Wayne D Md
I found Dr. Cartee to be very friendly and courteous. He came in and introduced himself after his assistant took all my information. Said everything looked good and did I have any questions. He then said he would see me before my procedure and he did and saw me afterwards and gave me the results of my colonoscopy. I was very happy with him.
01/02/2015
By: marytj
David Fairleigh, MD
Dr Fairleigh is very caring and listens to what his patients have to say. Very understanding and kind. He also has a wonderful staff! The world needs more doctors like him.
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07/16/2015
By: Cassandra H.
Nicholas E Sholty MD
HE IS THE MOST AMAZING DOCTOR I HAVE FOUND. THE HOLE STAFF IS AWESOME, THEY MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE FAMILY. I WILL NEVER SEE ANOTHER GYNO.
08/24/2016
By: Doreen S.
Baptist Medical Group- Surgery
Am very impressed with Dr. McGill and her entire staff. All my medical caregivers are at Baptist, and would not trade them!
05/24/2013
By: emma.a.hall
Tucker, Lisa D, MD
Grate place, friendly stuff, clean and homey like
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04/13/2015
By: Justin E.
Garg, P K, MD
I think Dr.Garg is a great and caring doctor.
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