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10/02/2014
By: Pamela B.
Medlink
Dr. Abdubaaquee has been my personal physician for a couple of years. She is not only Courteous, she's Very knowledgeable and direct with her diagnosis. She is Extremely Kind & Sincere as well with her patients, and staff.She is the reason that I keep returning back. She is definitely an Asset to this company. Kudos to you Dr.Abdubaaquee, this one is for you Sweetie. Keep up the Outstanding work, with Keeping us healthy.
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03/26/2015
By: Wanda M.
Medlink
I really like Dr Abudaaquee, but the office staff is not so great, I have been waiting for my medical records to be faxed to another Dr for over 3 weeks, I have called to no avail. It is close to impossible to get an apt there, if you are in the hospital and need to be seen for a follow up be prepared to wait months to be seen.. Very unhappy with practices of the office but, LOVE Dr A!!!!!!
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09/24/2016
By: Shela N.
Medlink
Great place. Doctors very helpful. Don't push you through like other offices. Takes time to listen, answer questions. May have to wait a few extra minutes but we'll worth the wait. Glad I found the place!
11/29/2015
By: kathy.tollerson
Emma Carrie Brown MD
she is very great keep up the goodwork she care for her patiens i like her and i love her the staff is good
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