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| March, 11 2020 | for Spencer Phillips, MD, FAAFP

About two years ago I woke up one morning lite-headed & not feeling good. After no marked improvement in the way I felt, I called Dr. Phillips' office requesting an appointment. They ask if I felt well enough to come over. Stating "yes" I was given an appointment immediately or as soon as I could get there. When I arrived I was told that the doctor and his family were on their annual summer vacation to Greece but that another doctor was seeing Dr. P fillips patients while he was out of the country. Upon checking me out, his replacement felt there did not seem to be anything life threatening but his replacement felt that to be absolutely sure, he suggested I go to the hospital and have some further tests. I did so immediately. I wasn't in the hospital (Lancaster General) more then an hour when the phone in my room rang. I answered it thinking it might be a report on one of the test I had taken but to my surprise it was Dr. Phillips calling directly from Greece to find out how things were going. Need I say anything further?