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By: twistedwankel
David L Terzigni DO
Dr. Terzigni has been my personal physician since we moved to Spring Hill in 2005 so that's 8 years ago. He just moved into his new office near Mariner which is really nice. He spends quality time with his patients. We share the hobby of cars so if I'm not ill we can talk about our latest rides. He has gotten my cholesterol to record low levels and kept me off BP meds at the age of 66. He is hooked up with enough specialists to see to the odd condition too. I personally like David Terzigni and respect his opinion. It is really nice to have a Dr who will probably not retire before I die.
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By: Rhonda M.
Ravishankar Rao DR MD PA
Dr. Rao is a very kind and caring PCP. He is only in the Spring Hill office Mon & Wed 9am-5pm and it can be hard to get through to someone on the phone because Sherry the receptionist is always slammed.
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