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08/25/2016
By: Jonathan H.
Neurosurgical Associates Of Texarkana
The staff are very rude and Dr. Dietz is a total ditz and not good on his bedside manner. I was reffered to him by my Primary Doctor. His comment to me was "What do you want me to do to you" son if i was to cut on you; I would do you more harm than good....... I was like really and I went back to my Primary and told him what he said my doc was like "WOW" time to get a second opinion and that he was very sorry that he sent me to him cuz he thought he was awesome.... his opinion has totally changed now
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07/15/2016
By: Webb L.
Neurosurgical Associates Of Texarkana
Dr. Dithering is 1 good Dr and I will recommend his hands to anyone. His staff and knowledge was grate yes I still have pain some but not anything that I can't take care off losing weight some .
01/13/2015
By: Lynn H.
Neurosurgical Associates Of Texarkana
Liked Dr. Dietz alot but won't see him again because of his nurse!! She was a nightmare to deal with. The rudest most uncaring women I have ever met.
01/23/2014
By: Bea G.
Dr. Hayden N Hemphill, MD
go to other place, I learned this quote from William Shakespeare " Talking isn't doing. It is a kind of good deed to say well; and yet words are not deeds." They don't do what they say->PROVIDES MEDICAL CARE SOLUTION! If you are sick, you'll be more gruesome and fed up with their absurd excuses. No star rating, their service sucks!
08/28/2012
By: jane.cogar.5
Dr. Hayden N Hemphill, MD
Find another place to go to - the billing department will so tick you off about the whole place that it's just not worth dealing with them.
03/06/2012
By: tubb04
Dr. Hayden N Hemphill, MD
I do not reccomend this clinic to anyone! I always have problems with their billing department. They never get all your info correct and when you call about a statement they never call back. I have used this clinic off and on for 10 years and I am finally fed up! Save yourself the hassle and choose another! I'm to the point that I will go out of town to find a decent clinic.
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