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08/17/2010
By: momofutureceo
Insight Family Eyecare
I just walked in the door from taking my three year old to his first eye exam. Before we got there I thought this could really go bad fast... but they were AMAZING! The Dr.'s and the rest of the staff were sooo great with him. The office was really the nicest I have ever been in. They had a great childrens play area and my son felt so at ease he even wanted to take his shoes off lol! The Dr. def. knew what he was talking about and I am so thankful that I chose this office. Oh, and my son had a blast... I know of all places he had fun at the eye Dr.! This is the only eye Dr. my family will ever go to again.
11/18/2016
By: Greg K.
Dr. Richard F Kay, MD
Dr Kay is an incredible physician! Not your standard Dr that rushes you through an appointment. I have been a patient for several years and have been able to get in quickly to see him whenever I have needed to and the followup and follow through with all his staff is first rate. There have been times when he has run behind on appointments but that is because he takes all the time needed with every patient, and I would rather have great health outcomes then cookie cutter rushed through appointments!
02/06/2014
By: Suzanne C.
Lewis Jr, Bertram A, MD
Great doctor, very personable, very gentle demeanor with great credentials. I was very nervous about a procedure and Dr. Lewis talked to me throughout the procedure allowing me to relax. I will keep him as my Urologist. Do not hesitate to make an appointment with Dr. Lewis you won't be sorry!
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