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By: Taylor B.
Skorupski, Josh C
It has been a very long road for us in this journey together. Coming to grips with the thought we may never be able to conceive, all hope began to fade. As a last attempt, we decided to try IVF, although we werent sure it was in our budget or if it would even work. We met with a few infertility doctors and felt like Dr Skorupski and his nurse Heather were the most caring, compassionate and genuine. Dr. Skorupski and his entire staff made the experience feel extremely personal, as if we were family. We are now expecting our first little baby and have the Skorupski family to thank for it. We highly recommend Dr Skorupski for anyone considering infertility treatment - we would not go to anyone else and have already started talking about trying for baby number two!
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By: tfanasch65
Dr. Jerry D. Rouse
there was nothing in the office that was for children (not even a book) and the history sheet you filled out didn't ask for anything about a child's history. I also heard him ask the receptionist what insurance I had before he came in the room. Then my son soiled his diaper before he examined him and he didn't look too happy about that. Very flat affect. Even if he sounded like he knew what he was talking about, i wouldn't feel comfortable having him operate on my child. I also am tempted to call the insurance because he billed a high level complex visit which would require a very long time in the room and the entire visit took no more thatn 15 minutes (including the diaper change). Stick with adults and change your advertising!
By: samis.nagel
Dr. Jerry D. Rouse
Im not a person who writes reviews however this Dr. is super knowledgeable about Urology - I was impressed. He really takes his time to listen and explain all that has to be done. He is a very serious Dr. as well. I had 3 surgeries with him, and will always go back to him - He made me feel secure and I trust his diagnosis. He is very professional and other professionals seem to repect him - they spoke very higly of him. He knows his stuff. Go see him, you wont regret!!!
By: K E.
Skorupski, Josh C
Dr. Skorupski did a great job in explaining every part of the process. He always seemed available to answer questions. I also appreciate that he would personally call us with major updates.
By: Elizabeth N.
Skorupski, Josh C
Dr. Skorupski and his staff are very professional and easy to work with. I will miss the welcoming and friendly atmosphere when our journey with them is done!
By: Jennifer S.
Skorupski, Josh C
I absolutely love Dr. Josh!!! He is wonderful and very patient...He always ansers all my questions and puts me at ease!!! Heather and Tina are awesome too!!!
By: Jordin F.
Skorupski, Josh C
Dr Skorupski is very informative, personable, and caring. He was always very attentive and thorough with explanations and patient with questions.
By: Bree W.
Skorupski, Josh C
Dr. Skorupski and his team are the most knowledgable and caring people. I would highly recommend this group!
By: texasshopper
Shabbir Jamali MD
He saved my daughter's life! Fantastic Doctor! Very thorough.
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