Rate Dr. Steven E. Larson
Dr. Steven E. Larson's Ratings
Love Dr, Steven. Had him many years and was sadden to not be able to see him again because my insurance changed. Really miss him and his staff, they were the best, friendly and professional
Submitted Nov. 20, 2012 | flag
LOVE HIM AND HAVE BEEN GOING TO HIM FOR ABOUT 25 YEARS OR SO. GREAT DR. AND VERY PLEASANT. I WOULD NOT WANT ANY OTHER. NANCY COURTNEY
Submitted Sept. 15, 2011 | flag
I love this doctor. I have been to him many times. He is intelligent and I feel like he deeply cares about me and my well being. I would highly recommend him. My wife was in the hospital and saw a Dr. Cord and this man has an atrocious attitude. It is too bad there are not more docs like Dr. Larson around.
Submitted Aug. 11, 2009 | flag
Dr. Larson is fantastic!! I am impressed by his caring and unprecedented knowledge. I have a rare condition which he knew all about and didn't have to check his books or anything. He knows his stuff and is not at all arrogant about it. I am lucky to have found this doctor. I had seen another at the same clinic, a young guy, who explained to me that my condition was not really a condition (?!). I am so glad I left this other Dr. and found Dr. Larson.
Submitted July 31, 2009 | flag
Dr. Larson is GREAT! I suffered from chronic infections for about 10 years. Before seeing Dr. Larson I was sent to Dermatologists, Oncologists, and Hematologists, all with no answers or solutions to my problem. I finally ended up having 4 surgeries’ to remove the infections. When I saw Dr. Larson he diagnosed my condition in about 5 minutes and put me on the correct antibiotics to treat my condition. Since being with Dr. Larson I haven’t had to have any surgeries’ and haven’t had any problems. Whenever I need to see him I call up and get in the same day. His staff is also very helpful.
Submitted June 27, 2009 | flag
Said obvious sign of infection but did not prescribe antibiotics - said to wait until next appointment a month away. Patient had recent hospitalizations for discitis, osteomyletis, sepsis, MRSA, abscess and on IV antibiotics while hospitalized but little follow-up care or antibiotics while not hospitalized. When home health nurse called about symptoms of ulceritive diverucultis, dr said he couldn't do anything without looking at chart and it would take several days to get the chart. Told RN to have patient go to ER.
Submitted Oct. 13, 2008 | flag
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