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Craig W. Kuebker, MD

JoAnn, TX Feb 22, 2014

I have seen many many doctors in my lifetime. Dr. Kuebker always really listens patiently and cares. He also shares his stories of children and grandchildren with me, and laughs, and in general makes me a happier person by the time I leave. His staff is amazing also. Thank you Dr. K. for the peace you have given me about my health when it can be frustrating and scary.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Craig W. Kuebker, MD

Marge, TX Feb 20, 2014

Dr K helped me so much when I was out of town and not feeling well. He reached out to me over the phone and sent me what I needed to feel better so I could enjoy the Holidays with my family and friends.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Craig W. Kuebker, MD

Louise, TX Feb 16, 2014

Craig always has time for me. He responds quickly to emails. He stays on top of regularly needed blood work so I don't have to remember. And when the grandkids come, he will see them too!

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Craig W. Kuebker, MD

Mary, TX Feb 10, 2014

Dr. Kuebker thank you for keeping Joe and I as healthy and happy as we can be in our 50's. Your expert care has helped us both through several near death experiences and words can not express how grateful we are to you and your staff. You always make us feel like family and regardless of the time or day you have been there for us. I wish everyone could experience what a true family physician should be you are the best!

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Craig W. Kuebker, MD

Richard, TX Feb 8, 2014

MDVIP is worth the $$$ when you need a great Doctor. I'm appreciate the fact Dr. Kuebker did not retire with all the concern about Obama care and that he's still willing to share his talents and his expertise to improve our lives with good health. I definitely would endorse Dr. Kuebker and MDVIP.

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
Craig W. Kuebker, MD

Jim, TX Feb 7, 2014

When my first wife was battling cancer and in the hospital, she went into cardiac arrest late one night. The hospital revived her and moved her to ICU. It was 3 am before she was stable and I could go in to see her. Dr. Kuebker was already there, fresh as a daisy, talking to her at 3 am! After everything settled down, I was trying to get some sleep in a lounge. Dr. Kuebker came and found me and we talked about my wife, her prognosis, not good, and me. He could have gone home, #$&, he could have stayed home and done it all by phone, but he came in to check on my wife and on me. That is more than professionalism, that is compassion.

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
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