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By: Amy M.
Ashley Brumm MD
Great Doctor! I did not feel rushed, and I have in the past with other doctors. Would recommend to anyone.
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By: Hambone2767 ..
Sherman Medical
I will not return to see this dr. Office I got diabetes and need my medicine to control it but he wouldn't renew it unless i pay $160 for blood work that i don't have.
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By: mkslaughter
A M S Women's Care & Continence Center
Receptionist is extremely rude! When I call to set up an appointment I do not want someone treating me like this. Horrible customer service.
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By: Heather A.
Mark Dickson MD
They are very wonderful here. If I had a problem or concern all I had to do is call. I have recommend them to everyone and would use them again in a heart beat.
By: Michelle C.
Craig, Grant MD
Very caring and knowledgeable physician. He often runs late, due to he spends a lot of time with each patient. You will never leave with questions. He has the best Nurse Practitioners in his group that I have ever seen. They all are so sweet, and such a great asset to his office. I do not mind if I have to see any of them, but if I ask for a visit with Dr Craig, they always are able to fit me in on his schedule! His nursing and front staff are all like part of our family. A+++ Doctor office!!
By: tobie.airington
Dr. Ronald P Gleason, MD
I love Dr. Gleason. He helped me for several years. He listens well and doesn't have a bubbly personality, but he is professional and your information is safe with him. I trusted his treatment with seizure medications that worked great for me once we got my dosage tweaked. He's worth the wait. I would say for adults only.
By: amandacalvert
Dr. Todd Dean Cutler, MD
I love Dr. Cutler! He and his staff are always caring and professional, and they know what they are doing. Dr. Cutler always listens to any concerns I might have and he and his staff make sure that they are all addressed. I always recommend him to all of my friends and family!
By: momandethan
Dr. Deborah R Fisher, MD
Great Doctor great bedside manner.
By: joy.okashi
Dr. Ronald P Gleason, MD
Our experience with Dr. Gleason was horrible. After waiting nearly half a year for an appointment he didn't even bother to show up until almost 2 hours after our scheduled time. His assistant, Linda, was rude beyond belief only opening her window to snip at any question you ask or to yell at children there (who were, in fact, behaving quite well). Having come with our own child, I was amazed at the way she talked to the people in the waiting room. Dr. Gleason was worse. From the moment he came into the room I was brought to and for the next 20 minutes he harped on and on about how he would not stand to have children overrunning his business. Informing me that he would refuse to help me as long as I had brought a child with me there. He said he was "Dead Serious" about not seeing me if it happened again. Even after I told him that I wouldn't again he would not stop bring it up. I listened to about 20 minutes of him ranting about the children, never once getting further then asking if I was married. Finally I couldn't take it anymore, told him so, and left. I will never go back there again. I don't know what strange problem he had with children but I remember his website saying that he treats people ages 4 and up... I don't believe it. The man was nearly manic in his obsession. As I was leaving the woman at the window came outside to watch and glare at me as we got into our car and drove away. The two of them seem made for each other. I'm at a loss, so I'm sharing my story here so that other people will be forewarned. There's an element of trust needed to do that kind of work and I'm sure that will never happen.
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