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By: Rob N.
Cornerstone Health Services Schoenherr Family Practice
My son and I see Dr Beasley, she is nothing short of amazing. Yes the wait is sometimes (most of the time) long, but I would expect that from a Dr who is thorough. My son had an inner and outer ear infection after working hours and she still called to check on him from her home on the weekend. We will be with Dr. Beasley until she either retires or we move and would recommend her to ANYONE who needs a Dr.
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By: Rainman D.
Cornerstone Health Services Schoenherr Family Practice
Dr. Jef Getzinger takes his time with you and has great chairside manners. He's a good listener. I trust him. The only downside is that it's too busy and waits usually hit one hour.
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