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By: Alyssa M.
It started off a little slow but once they got me in, it was interesting. She took alot of time with me. Explained why my other meds weren't working and changed them. Glad I went there. I finally got answers to all my questions I have been thinking about for the last year! Thumbs up.
By: Darlene D.
Red Oak Health & Rehab Center
The super lady with the long brown hair & heart of gold. A breathing therapist; so kind gentle & happy. spends lots of time with the patients and families. I see her around others and she is the same. I don't remember her name but her long braid is always over her right shoulder, a smile on her face, and the cutest pair of blue glasses. She is never in a hurry to leave the room but rushes around the halls greeting everyone and if one of the residents hold out their hand to visit with her she stops, smiles, and gives them her full attention. so gentle & spent lots of time answering my questions, introduced herself to my sister when she came in as she was leaving; instead of rushing out she asked how she was & stayed to answer her questions.She has a servant's heart, ministering to, helping, cleaning up spills, making people smile. All should model after her. What a shining star. I see a difference in these halls since her arrival. It's a great improvement please don't ever let her go.
By: Andrew J.
Nice people and clean office. Not alot of doctors in the area but this one is pretty decent. I would tell people about it.
By: Anita D.
Took my son in. He had fever, cough and was fussy. They were able to tell me that he had the flu! Who knew there was flu in the summer. It was fast and easy. Alot better than waiting at the ER! Thank you!!!!
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By: Lynda r K.
Dr. Mense a "jewel"...Informative, straight to the point combined with knowledge and expertise seldom seen this side of the Trinity. Made my A list. Lynda K
By: Lana E.
I had an appt tody. I loved the Nurse Pracittioner there. She was great. She spent alot of time with me and explained all about diabetes. never been told I had it before. I will definitely be going back.
By: Audrina D.
went in for bad allergies. I was in and out in 30 minutes. I got the plan they offer and it was pretty cheap! Nice place. People there were friendly. I would recommned it to anyone. I give it a thumbs up.
By: Mindy H.
For stitches in my fingers it was very reasonable. I walked in with my daughter and we were seen in Red Oak office. Good service. Nice office. I would recommend.
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By: Carole B.
I have been there before, there is ALWAYS a long wait, but this time my son could not breath well, he went in at 10:30 and they said, come back at three. He was seen and they gave him 4 prescriptions. Dr. said not to do anything without an inhaler with him.Two Rx not covered by insurance so Pharmacy faxed a request for a different Rx. Here we are at 4pm the next day and still no call back to the pharmacy. Not thrilled last time and even worse this time. But unlike other doctors, at lease you can get in within 2 weeks, so there's that!
By: Kris L.
Good doc- sometimes very charismatic but found out what was wrong with me after I have been to four specialists and couldn't tell me what was wrong with me. He did two tests and told me what was wrong in 24 hours that I have been trying to find out for over a year! I had to wait 30 minutes before being seen but it was worth the wait!
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