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10/29/2014
By: Doug P.
West Side Medical Center
Like many others in today's economy, and today's insurance prices, some Dr. visits are not worth going to my family Dr. And most DEMAND an appt, typically a month in advance. I am sick now, I need care now, it's simple! I've been to many clinics around this area, by far this is the best one! Not sure why anyone would complain about these guys, they are all kind, and patient people who truly care about the patient. Just my 2 cents. 'Richmond Resident"
09/20/2013
By: davidsingleton
Bobula, Steven, MD
Best doctor I have ever had, and his staff is great too! Little to no wait in waiting room, very courteous, very thorough, and he obviously truly cares for his patients. Highly recommended.
05/20/2013
By: kklucas
West Side Medical Center
Dr Rheuble and his staff are wonderful. If you have to wait it is because they take the time to really listen to what the problems are. If you don't want wait go to a doctor that will limit your time to 4 minutes. The staff apologize if you must wait a long time and they are warm and courteous. Thank you to Westside Medical Center doctor and staff.
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