Best 30 General Practice Doctors in San Antonio, Texas with Reviews - YP.com

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05/15/2013
By: monicaellis
Stone Oak Urgent Care
The physician and his staff are probably the nicest people I have ever met at a medical facility. I had fevers, temperature, night sweats, and failure to thrive for a while and luckily the doctor ran some blood work and diagnosed me with a curable form of leukemia. I am grateful to Stone Oak Urgent Care & Family Practice for saving my life and will continue to see him as my PCP and will recommend anybody to go here as you will not find a more nice and intelligent physician out there as this guy has an MBA and PhD in addition to his medical degree. Also, the new location on Stone Oak Blvd is brand new and amazingly beautiful, which is an added bonus to the great physician. Thank you Stone Oak Urgent Care & Family Practice!!!!!!!!!!!
11/08/2016
By: Melly R.
Stone Oak Family Practice
I've been going to this doctor for 6 or 7 years and the office staff have always handled my calls, questions, messages and the like with professionalism and ease. I get calls back same day or next. And I love that he's added an assistant to his practice. If he can't see me, she can. Wait time varies; I've waited 5 minutes, I've waited 40 minutes. But I know that sometimes I'm the one making others wait due to my issues, so I try to be patient while others see him. I've heard the office staff handling difficult patients before and I can say I've never heard them be rude or careless with their words. I give the whole office and Doctor Ramirez 5 stars across the board.
05/03/2013
By: jhujikol
Stone Oak Family Doctors PA
Nothing but wonderful experiences for me.. I think my review should be weighted because I've been using to this practice for me and my family for many years - for everything from annual checkups to emergencies such as mystery rashes, flu-like symptoms, etc... I really appreciate the time Doctors take with us. I also appreciate that we can be seen as walk-ins when it's an emergency. I'm wondering if many of the bad reviewers are just angry people or... seriously... I thought they were talking about some other place entirely. My advice - establish a relationship with a family doctor in this practice.
04/20/2012
By: heathernw18
Stone Oak Family Practice
Dr. Ramirez is not only the nicest Dr. I had ever seen but probably the nicest person I have ever met. He easily spent 20+ minutes with me. Very caring gentleman. When I went in he first told me about himself, his family and how long he has been practicing. At the end of the visit he told me that he doesn't have an answering service because he gives out his personal cell phone number to all his patients. That is something I have never heard a Dr. do. I felt so comfortable in his office. His office staff is amazing as well. I highly recommend Dr. Ramirez.
06/25/2013
By: tiffineywilliams
Stone Oak Urgent Care
Look no further for great care with smile! My family has been coming to see Dr.Gogu now for almost 4yrs now. We've been to several Texas Med Clinic's and none of them compared to the level of kindness, service, and care that we always receive going to Stone Oak Urgent Care. I love the fact that they have late hours and opened on Saturday/Sunday without having to wait a crazy amount of time. Dr. Gogu is very personable, soft spoken, patient and good with children. They don't try to nickle and dime your insurance by forcing unnecessary office visits.
08/30/2017
By: Skip K.
Shavano Family Practice
I've been with Dr. Finnie and his staff for 2 years now and I am very pleased with their care. They have been great in making sure my care is top notch from my physicals and routine blood work to unplanned visits when I'm ill or need medical advise or attention. I had not had a general practitioner for years and have found a home at Shavano Family Practice.
06/05/2013
By: leciaz
Stone Oak Family Doctors PA
We've been going to SOFD for years now. We always get seen on time. The Dr's are always friendly and informative. I've never had a problem with the staff. We really like the new location too. Keep up the good work, I'd recommend this office to anyone.
12/30/2016
By: Gloria S.
Stone Oak Family Doctors PA
I have been going here to see Dr. Coutinho since 2010. I have never had a problem with any staff member. Dr. Coutinho is awesome and takes time to listen and helpful in explaining things. I now have my husband, daughter and son in law seeing him.
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04/10/2015
By: Kathryn F.
Castle Hills Family Practice
I have been going to Dr Palmer for over 20 years and I think he knows me better than I do. He is very patient and the office staff is always very nice. He listens to my complaints and gets me in and out quickly.
09/25/2013
By: patricia.garza.336
Stone Oak Urgent Care
I had an allergic reaction when stung by a wasp.I waited less than 30 minutes to be seen by a courteous staff. Dr. Gogu was just as courteous. It more than makes up for the 5 hour wait last time I went to the ER:)
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