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04/06/2017
By: Mardy S.
Hensley Robert V Do Pc
Dr Hensley won't race through your appointments. He is thorough, attentive & seems to be intuitive regarding your needs. However, be aware he is not a "talk therapist" (which I don't need or want after years of that anyway). After your initial intake appointment don't expect to go in & spend 50 minutes discussing every concern you may have. That is not his function. He can recommend people for you to see to meet those needs. Dr Hensley, of course, will spend enough time with you to assess your status, progress & efficacy of medications & any difficulties you may be having. He will make medication changes as required. He is also available for crisis intervention. I highly value his professional care.
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04/06/2017
By: Mardy S.
Dr. Donna L Schneider, DO
Dr Schneider doesn't race through her examinations, she is thorough, professional & considerate. Her staff is top notch, always pleasant & accommodating.
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04/06/2017
By: Mardy S.
William G Simpson MD
Dr Simpson doesn't race through his examination, he is thorough, professional & considerate. Can't beat that!
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