Dr Nguyen in Tyler, Texas with Reviews - YP.com
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By: April S.
Freeberg, Sheldon Y, MD
Never called back with follow up apt. After putting him on medications . 2months later we finally got a follow up appointment for a heart cath procedure for another month away in March. The procedure was on 20th of December. Crazy way for a medical sergons office to do business. First of all the heart meds they put him on bottom out his pressure. We were back in the emergency room a day later. All I can say we r very blessed for his internist dr. Kent davis for the medication change and his pulmonary Dr. Fox for running the test to give us some peace of mine that his heart was ok. I just wished the ambulance driver would have taken him to UT medical hospital as I requested. But was told they didn't have a cardiovascular there. And they do. So knowing that if we ever have to take careflight again we will be heading for UT medi c all center for professionals and professionalism!
By: Dana J.
Williams, Clay R, MD
On Monday October 17, 2016 Dr. Clay Williams performed prostate surgery on my husband, Bobby J. Heathcote. My husband is 71 years old and in good physical shape and health.  Dr. Williams used the Rezum method of outpatient surgery, performed right there in the office. My husband was in by 8:00 AM and we were back home at 10:00 that same morning. The next day, we had two loads of crushed concrete delivered and my husband was on the tractor spreading it out. today we were pounding T-posts, building fence.  Rezum is correctly named, as my husband resumed his life with no down time. Dr. Williams was very helpful in providing brochures outlining different methods of surgery and letting my husband choose which procedure suited him. Dr. Williams was caring and concerned with my husbands health and comfort. We couldn't be any happier.
By: Pebbles J.
Brookridge Medical Ctr
This is regarding the Tyler location. The staff is very friendly however, they are not very sanitary. During my visit for an annual exam the tools were laid out on a piece of (notebook paper) and the nurse practitioner did not use lubercant or a plasitc over when collecting her sample...therefore it was somewhat painful afterwards the tools were dumbed into a (trash can) half away full of sanitizer. Going for an annual is already an uncomfortable experience but I was not expecting that from such a well known office.
By: bp62045
Hennigan Allison MD
Dr.Allison Hennigan, even tho , i've had some painful test, I would recomend her to any person, very professional, and has helped me out very much, I was miss dignosed, and had ask for a second opinion, I'm glad I got her for my second opinion, she's very polite, nice, and very understanding very down to earth, if you know what I mean, very good bed side maners, i've been fighting this thing for about 10 years, now I finally have my answers, Thank You, Bradley Pack
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By: Christina H.
Hennigan Allison MD
She goes out of her way to make you feel comfortable with her, even though she is all business. I had been misdiagnosed for over 20 years. She found the diagnoses that closely resembled my problems. I was extremely happy with her and miss her as my doctor. If I lived closer she would be my doctor again.
By: tracilynne
Wallis Dermatology Associates
The new dermatology office is spelled Wallis Dermatology Associates. Dr Lyles will be working with Dr. Wallis and Dr. Harvey in continued dermatologic patient care. The building has just had a "face lift" as well!
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By: Neil C.
Wallis Dermatology Associates
Absolutely Fantastic...We had to reschedule twice at very last minute...due to other surgeries...never felt like they were upset or inconvenienced. After surgery for face cancer they continued the professionalism!!!
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By: Corey S.
Short Family Medical
Dr short is a family physician and I would recommend her to any who is needing a doctor. Call there office today to schedule an appointment.
By: Judy J.
Wallis Dermatology Associates
take it from me... a nurse of 30 years... you will not find a more professional or caring staff or doctor's than this.... Judy Jones
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By: Dave B.
Lamb, Scott, MD
Dr.Lamb has been my neurologist for several years wish I had his service years ago he has worked mericals on me
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