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    Two years ago, I was traveling in Tanzania and I developed a sever pain in my left side. It did not seem like a muscle strain and I was very concerned because we were headed out into Serangetti National Park far beyond the reach of medical care. I had sent him an email about the issue the night before explaining the symptoms and did not hear back. I called him in the middle of the day using a rather bad SKYPE connection. It took 3 calls because of dropped connections but he got on the line and after a series of questions gave me enough assurance that my problem was most likely not a serious health threat. I decided to continue the trip and live with the pain. We never did determine what caused it, even after I returned but it eventually went away. When I needed him, he was available.

    Last year, he instituted an annual "practice fee", as many family practice doctors are doing these days. It is not covered by insurance. His fee is much lower than most and his fee for 2 people in the same family is less than double the price of one. Before doing this, he sent a letter explaining the reason for doing it and how his patients would benefit from being able to hire additional staff. I am sure he lost some patients as a result but I thought the fee was well explained and I agreed with it. 

    The only wish I have is that he would respond to patient emails, even if he billed for this service. I would like to be able to ask brief questions by email between visits, particularly if I forgot to ask the question during the visit. Terry has occasionally answered my email inquiries but often he does not. Perhaps physicians get general legal advice never to respond to patients in writing because they could later be sued for what they said. I suspect that is part of it.

    My wife also sees Terry as her PCP and has a positive opinion of him. There is less wrong with her so she mainly sees him for routine physical exams.

    - Frank S D.
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    Terry has an off-beat sense of humor, and he jokes a good deal with patients, but he cares.  If you want a quiet demeanor, a doctor that just says "hmmmm" during your appointment, don't go to Terry - he might tell a half-dozen jokes or sing snatches of a Broadway show tune!  But as I said, he cares, he listens, he asks the right questions, and he gets to know you.Terry is a good doctor and a good man.
    - RALPH J.
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    I enjoy going to his office - even when sick - he cares about his patients and truly enjoys the work that he does. He is on time with his appointments and takes his time with you giving the care you would expect from your personal physician
    - Michael W.
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    I have been seeing him for 12 years now. He is the most caring physician I have ever encountered and he is a great doctor. During the first visit he spent two hours going through my history. He has referred me to many doctors. He treats my husband too. He is a kind of doctor whom I can call if I have got any concerns. He will talk to me over the phone about it and get me in right away.
    - CAROLE P.
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    They are very knowledgeable as well as caring. They care very much about their patients.
    - Gina F.
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    It went really well.
    - heather g.
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    Everything went as it should
    - Terry H.
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    I have been going to him for quite a few years. He is a funny guy but cares a lot for his patients. I am very happy with the service and I wouldn't want to switch doctors. He is a very good doctor.
    - RALPH J.
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