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  • 1.St George Walk In Clinic

    2709 Killarney Way

    Tallahassee,FL

    6.08 mi

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09/18/2015
By: Beverly L.
Linda Maynard MD PA
I LOVE Dr Maynard! My first visit we sat and talked about my past history while she reviewed the requested records. We talked like we were old friends for two solid hours before we decided on a course of treatment. Being a Dr of Internal Medicine, she is more educated & qualified to diagnose than a Primary Care Physician. Dr Maynard displays courtesy, respect & compassion beyond normal expectations. I highly recommend Dr Maynard to anyone who is just not satisfied with the level of care they are receiving from your current physician. She is a God send. Thank you, Dr Maynard for being my friend as well as my physician.
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04/17/2016
By: Stacie J.
Chorba, Nancy V
I highly recommend .Clean and friendly staff,,........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
02/05/2017
By: J L.
Stephens Brad W MD
Dr. Stephens was fantastic when my son broke his arm while playing at school. He was kind, patient (even with a screaming 6 year old), and took the time to explain what was going on and what to expect. As a mom, I couldn't have asked for anything more! Thank you!
10/11/2017
By: Karen L.
Peter E Loeb MD
I have been going to Dr. Loeb for all my orthopedic needs. He really knows his profession. I highly recommend him to everyone.He is very professional,his office and nurses are wonderful.
02/05/2014
By: Tanya B.
Robert P Whittier, M.D.
Dr Whittier was my ENT since I was 4 years old. Now my daughter goes to him, he is very experienced (30+ years) to say the least and has deep compassion for his patients.
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05/23/2016
By: melissa.dudley.5
Ortiz Winston R MD
Doctor Ortiz and his staff are knowlegable, professional and friendly..The waiting room is spacious and the exam rooms are immaculate.
02/24/2011
By: ptl1996
Dr. Stephen Edward Haley, MD
This is such a caring and nice person. Plus he is smart. Highly recommend
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