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It was necessary to connect me with another specialist, so that both specialist would be able to confer and develop a health plan that would be beneficial to me. The front desk was very helpful in scheduling both upcoming appointments for me.
Office reconstructions going on, yet *Mekala managed to focus.
I do see several different doctors in your network and think Dr Makala is one of the best.
All very good!
I was referred to this provider by my primary physician. I was very impressed and feel confident in her ability to treat my condition.
I'm very impressed with Dr Mekala. She is caring and attentive to my needs
Very good personality and extremely knowledgeable.
*Dr. Mekala was friendly and was good explaining my condition and what medication might help me. I was able to understand the words she used. She probably spend 20-30 minutes with me.
One of the most thorough and caring doctors I have ever met.