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12171 W Parmer Ln #201 Cedar Park, TX 78613
12171 West Parmer Lane #201USTexasCedar Park78613
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"I love that he wears red sneakers, and he is professional."
"He's intelligent, personable, and both kids enjoy seeing him."
"Our 4 year old has autism and is a serious handful in a doctor's office."
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christina benitez
4 months ago
Recently moved from south austin my sons pediatrician is Dr. Goodman I can not say enough goods things about him he is amazing!!!! Now that I live in round rock tried finding a pediatrician north so I found Dr. Joseph he was very rude along with his staff but I figured they were having an off day so I didn't say anything. I called 4 times to speak with him and the clinic kept sending me to voice mail. When I finally got to speak to a medical assistant I asked to speak to the Dr. because what he prescribed was not working for my son and he refused to speak to me what kind of pediatrician can't spend a minute of his time to speak to a parent regarding their child's well being. I am in shock never going back there and I honestly would not recommend this place to anyone.
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alexandrea valleau
10 months ago
My children have been patients of DR. Rose's for 3 years now and I don't look at changing any time soon. DR. Rose goes above and beyond what is required of her. She has great bedside manner and takes her time with each visit making sure the children are comfortable and that the parent is well informed. I also appreciate the fact that she has personally touched base with me to check on my children outside of office hours. The office has always made time for my kids when last minute visits were needed even though they could have referred me to an urgent care facility. The entire staff is kind and are very helpful when it comes to insurance billing and any questions you may have. Over the years we have changed our insurance just to make sure my kids could still be seen by DR. Rose.
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D Lerma
5 months ago
Dr. Rose is awesome. She is attentive and takes very good care of my little one.
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Stacy Ham
2 years ago
We love Dr. Joe and Dr. Rose! We have 3 boys (6y,5y & 4m) and have been patients since the first was born. Over the years Dr. Joe and his staff have always made the boys feel comfortable and they have never been scared to go to the doctor. I love how he is straight forward and doesn't sugar coat anything - who wants a doctor that does?? Rather he takes his time to explain everything in a way that makes me as a parent feel comfortable and confident. That is wonderful, but the biggest reason I am a huge fan of their office is that I have never felt like just another patient in an ever revolving door of people. They know you when you walk in and many times when talking about one child, he has recalled similar circumstances with the other - that shows me that my boys matter! I cant say how much that means to me as a mom. As a result I regularly refer friends and my own clients to their office and will continue to do so.
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Chris Errett
4 months ago
Dr. Joe has been seeing my kids since they were born. He's intelligent, personable, and both kids enjoy seeing him. And personally, I enjoy that he embraces technology in this day and age.
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cynthia garcia
a year ago
Hands down the best pediatrician clinic ever. I was so lucky to have found it. All of the staff is wonderful and caring. Dr. Rose goes on and beyond. We absolutely love them.
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Peter Gregg
2 years ago
"Dr. Joe" was the second MD to see our son in the hospital 8 years ago. He was quick to find an issue that others had not seen and made a big difference for us. That started our relationship. He has been our child's pediatrician since. One big thing for us is the overall relationship with such a crucial role. Our son has loved him since the start and he has always taken the time to make sure we have all the information we need as well as the time to ask any questions we may have. He has worked us in when we had urgent needs and performed triage for us when we needed medical care that needed a hospital. We feel our son has always been in great hands and couldnt think of taking him anywhere else. It feels like family there and the health and well being of our kid has always been treated with the utmost degree of urgency.
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Angel Walter-Mulhern
3 years ago
Our doctor is so awesome he goes by the name, “Dr. Joe.” How cool is that? None of that tongue-tied last name, professional business! Not that Dr. Joe isn’t professional – he is in his own unique – wear red sneakers – sort of way. Oh, wait? Maybe that’s not an example of professionalism. Who cares? I love that he wears red sneakers, and he is professional. I just don’t want to write about it, because professionalism is expected and boring. Dr. Joe is anything but boring. He pierces ears. That’s right – he gave Kiki her bling and he loved it! Come to think of it, maybe that’s what makes Dr. Joe so over the top – he loves his job. It’s evident in his interactions with the kids and his heartfelt dialogue with the parents. On one particular visit, Bunder was especially rambunctious. (You know what I’m talking about moms. Not the typical terrible-two’s dance around the room, jump of the chair sort of wildness but an all out screaming at the top of his lungs, hanging from the ceiling sort of rambunctiousness). My forehead dripped with sweat, I gritted my teeth, and I used my best teacher – stern – not yelling voice. I was trying very hard not to resort to what usually works in such a situation (screaming at Bunder to stop, threatening him, or something equally not appropriate for the doctor’s office). Dr. Joe ever so calmly turned his iPad over to Bunder with an Elmo video playing off YouTube. Incredible! In past similar situations, the other pediatricians I’ve visited (and I’ve visited quite a few) gave me looks of concern and cut the appointment short. Not Dr. Joe.
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