• 1.Presbyterian Urgent Care in Santa Fe

    454 S Saint Francis Dr

    Santa Fe,NM

    0.98 mi

  • 2.Presbyterian Urgent Care in Santa Fe

    454 Saint Michaels Dr # 200

    Santa Fe,NM

    2.17 mi

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02/04/2015
By: Carolyn M.
Isis Medicine Fmly Practice & Obstetric
I usually don't write reviews. But I saw the reviews posted that are not true.Docter gullob has delivered my children.He gets to know and remember he's patients. With giving great care he cares about he's patients. I feel happy to have such a wonderful Doctor who cares. ALWAYS there for me and my family. Also thanks to nurse Renee who is great and cares.great team!
05/12/2013
By: sirigian
Ultimed Urgent Medical Care
They were great! I went with extreme pain in my shoulder. The doctor efficiently diagnosed it as a rotator cuff tear. Then he gave me a wonderfully sturdy sling that eased the pain along with an Rx for pain medication that kept me until I could get surgery on it. They were all very kind and concerned for me.
12/15/2016
By: Anna S.
Isis Medicine Fmly Practice & Obstetric
Sometimes you have to wait but that's because the staff takes their time with you. It's not a factory. Dr. Gollub is wonderful, patient and caring. I want him to take time with mine and my daughter's health...and my ex husbands too! Been with him 15 years!
06/26/2017
By: Harold P.
Leeson, William A, MD
This is the greatest doctor in the history of the world.No better practice in town. Accepts many kinds of insurance.
07/25/2013
By: sarahsocea
Northern New Mexico Gastroenterology Associates
Excellent customer service over all. I'd recommend anyone go there.
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