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By: Jeannie L.
Lone Star Family Health
The doctors are awesome and the staff on-site is amazing. The problem is calling for scheduling which is done out of a different location. I recommend making follow-up Apps there. The answering of the phones is a problem both medical and dental. So the professionalism is not office related but phone related.
By: kallie.mckown
Family Medicine Sterling Ridge
Dr Abusharr has the most unprofessional staff I've ever met. This has been going on for years. They are rude and ignorant. I've been hung up on, talked down to and questioned all of which were way out of line at the time and I do NOT tolerate those behaviors.
By: Nicole R.
Lone Star Family Health
The staff never answers the phone, if they do it's rare. The doctors are great and friendly but the front desk ladies are rude, they let the phone ring while they are gossiping and texting on their personal phones. Again, the doctors here are awesome but it's super hard and frustrating trying to make appointments.
By: anogast
Spring Cypress Family Practice
First of all, I want to give them NO stars but it's not an option. I read all of the reviews and went anyway because it was convenient. I wish I would have trusted the reviews because it was every bit as awful as most of them said. The girl at the front desk had no personality, the nurse was short, and relatively rude. When she drew my blood, she bruised me like never before. The PA was fine but like everyone else said, the actual doctor wasnt even an option. The best part is, when I called a week and a half later for my results, it took 2 days to get back to me to tell me that my blood sample was too warm and they needed to redraw! I dont know at what point they were going to call me...Im thinking they may have never released it was missing. Just when you think it couldnt get worse, when I went to the lab to have them draw my blood (because there was no way I was going back to the butcher!) I told them about the blood sample being too warm and they said they have never heard anything like that before! Now it is 3 days later and I call the office to get the results and the doctor is not in so I will have to wait until Monday. Total length of time to get simple blood results: 3-1/2 WEEKS! STAY AWAY!!
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