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11/07/2017
By: Sonia B.
Dr. Timothy Foster PHD LLC Psychologist
I was very delighted when I walked into the front door,the office is very beautifully design and you feel right at home.The doctor made me feel comfortable,being I was very nervous and about to have a panic attack ,very easy doctor to talk with,I would recommend this Doctor to anyoneđź‘Ť
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10/25/2017
By: General A.
Sun Country Pediatrics
Terrible staff and rude front desk. Waited over a week for blood results and got a sarcastic call from the staff. Stay away!!!
10/10/2017
By: Gary D.
Perich Eye Center
I give it one star because there are none lower. This is a terrible place any way you look at it and I would advise everyone to avoid at all cost!
08/04/2017
By: Brad B.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
Been going here for three years and I ask myself everytime I have to visit the office why? Why do I put myself thru this aggravation? Please help with a doctors office that actually touches you and you don't have to wait 1hour or more after your appointment time!!!
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05/24/2017
By: Hz D.
Springbrook Hospital
Springbrook treats its patients with little to no purposeful care. If you are dumped into the Critical Care Unit as a Baker Act, you can look forward to no adequate care as well as a disdainful attitude from the lack luster "doctors" working there. There are no support groups, no counselors, nothing to do but go outside to smoke at specified times. The food is foul, the accommodations are falling apart: smell, reek from patients, cracks and holes. Finally, I believe that some doctors have determined themselves to be God as they routinely change medication and refuse others based on nothing or flat out lies. I was told by a dr. there that he spoke to all my doctors and they agreed with his assessment only to find out none of my doctors ever spoke to him. Shameful.
04/22/2017
By: Loretta L.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
was lied to about a credit that was due me from my last visit wanted me to pay $100 for a office call for my recent visit but I did not see CHRISTINE M FISHER, ARNP | NURSE PRACTITIONER on my last visit and did not get to see her this visit because they would not give me the credit due even though I had a receipt from them showing a credit. Completely ripped off I would not recommend this business or nurse practitioner to anyone and advise everyone to stay away from them!
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02/09/2017
By: topcovermodel
Dr. Timothy Foster PHD LLC Psychologist
Never met such a kind caring person. It shows from the moment you walked into the door the appearance the way you feel it feels like you're at home. And it just gets better from there. I would recommend him for any of my closest relatives or friends.
02/09/2017
By: helenmask
Unique Solutions Health Care Spring Hill Florida Internal Medicine
Dr. Pop, you saved my life, I haven’t felt this good in the last 10 years. Thank You.K.W
02/08/2017
By: elliectg
Pop, Calin V
I like dr Pop because he tells me how it is but also helps me with my insurance problems. I was not covered for my medications and he review my whole list and changed it for medications I can afford. It made a big difference.Ellie V.
02/08/2017
By: geogremichel
Unique Solutions Health Care Spring Hill Florida Internal Medicine
Within 2 weeks you made me feel like a new woman.Thank You so much Dr. Pop. G.M
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