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By: Barbara M.
Miller, Brian, MD
Everyone listed to me and accommodated me. That is really appreciated. Particularly appreciated Taylor Osborne, PA-C. He alleviated much anxiety.
By: Jana H.
Miller, Brian, MD
I am very happy that Dr. Miller was assigned to my case when I was admitted to HonorHealth JCL North Mountain. I like that he is candid about my surgery, recovery and feel that he does have my best interest in mind.
By: Judith N.
Miller, Brian, MD
My experience was very forth coming and caring especially since I had a bad experience before finding Sonoran Hip Center. Very friendly personnel from Dr. Miller to staff and to my hospital stay. Would highly recommend.
By: Evonne B.
Miller, Brian, MD
Always positive and friendly. really keps to the scheduled appointment and that helps for working patients.
By: Angela S.
Miller, Brian, MD
I did not have any complaints whatsoever! Dr. Miller and staff were the kindest people and made you feel comfortable. His physician assistant, Taylor Osborne, is great!! Overwhelming to see someone so nice and complete.
By: Ed T.
Prokuski, Laura J, MD
I could not have had a better team work on my left leg. Thank you very much. The doctors and assistants were the best.
By: Eskil A.
Miller, Brian, MD
Professional and focused. Made me feel well taken care of. Solution oriented towards getting back to work. Thank you!
By: Ann J.
Prokuski, Laura J, MD
I cannot believe how quickly I got back to my normal activities. Thanks to Dr. Prokuski's expert care.
By: Susan M.
Heather K Cole, MD
I broke my ankle falling and Dr. Cole did an excellent job. She explained everything she was going to do. I recommend her 100 percent.
By: Janet J.
Miller, Brian, MD
Finding myself in the ER with multiple breaks was a new and confusing experience. 8 weeks later I am starting to see significant progress and decreased discomfort. Hard to be patient, but I will be normal eventually.
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