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08/25/2016
By: rhiehle
Dr Shari Berg
I found Dr. Berg after looking at her reviews when changing to a new medical insurance. I have received excellent care here. They are very efficient and even do their own blood testing right in the office. The waits at appointments are usually very short. They listen well and have excellent advice. I can highly recommend them. Russ H.
04/12/2016
By: mary.koulianosesser
Dr Shari Berg
I had absolute faith and trust in Dr. Berg and the entire staff. I regret having to leave this practice because Dr. Berg moved further South and I had moved further North from her former practice. I truly wish that my nerves could have tolerated the 120-180 minutes of commuting round trip. I would highly recommend this practice to anyone. I even had my mother going to her practice before she moved to Georgia. I think that speaks volumes, excellent care
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