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By: Topher P.
Utah Valley Pediatrics
This group of pediatricians are 50-50 they are either great or terrible. I'd recommend Mike Gibson or Ruth Caldwell, they are amazing and are sensitive to time and actually look for solutions for you and your children Aaron Mccoy is the exact opposite. As well as most of the other doctors, they make you feel stupid for asking questions and contradict the other doctors opinions. Most of the time with Dr Mccoy we've had to wait for hours to be seen when we were the only people there. It made us late for another appointment as well as a movie on 2 separate occasions. If you go here avoid Mccoy.
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