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05/21/2012
By: frndvgd
Sotomayor Medical Practice
Dr. Sotomayer is a great doctor who has a ever-growing bi-lingual practice. She is a doctor who cares about all her patients, rich and poor alike. I have known her for 23 years. She has a great reputation in the community and she doesn't overbook her appointments so you have to sit in her waiting room for hours on end. I seldom have to wait more than 15 minutes! Dr. Sotomayer is one of the few area doctors who take patients on Medical Assistance or on the various HMOs that insure low-income individuals and families. One can make an appointment with her and not have to feel like he is just a number in a sea of patients.
06/30/2017
By: Christine B.
Jubilee Medical Family Practice
This place is in a convenient location. The staff was wonderful and the Doctor was great! They even accepted my insurance as a form of payment even as a walk-in! They are caring and compassionate like their website states. I would recommend this office to anyone!
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02/04/2016
By: Laissa P.
Reading Convenient Care
The doctor and the staff are very professional and caring. I highly recommend this clinic
06/14/2014
By: babbthomas
Saab Bassel Abou MD
I only started going to Dr. Sabb when I moved to Reading area. And he has been great.
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08/11/2015
By: Carolyn A.
Ronald Burinsky
I need to know how to get medical records from him
07/31/2015
By: Diane S.
Southern Berks Family Medicine
i love going there always nice!
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