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Family Practitioner, Primary Care Doctor, Sports Medicine Specialist
26 years of experience

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Jul 21st, 2016

Dr. Steele is the absolute best. I've been going to him for well over 15 years. He has a wonderful bedside manner and truly cares about his patients and his staff is great too.

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Very good doc! show details Very good doc!
by Steve Casey on Dec 1st, 2009

Dr. Steele is very busy, which should lessen in early 2010 when be becomes part of "Eisenhower 365," in which patients pay an annual modest "communication" fee, doctors' patient loads are reduced, appointments run 30 minutes, and many questions and much follow up can be done on the phone or e-mail without having to go in for an appointment.I've found Dr. Steele to be conscientious, professional, skilled, friendly. And his office staff is great.

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A Practitioner Of The Concierge Approach To Medical Care show details A Practitioner Of The Concierge Approach To Medical Care
by James - La Quinta on May 19th, 2008

A very good doctor. I have been a patient of his for more than 12 years, first with an HMO and now Medicare and an AARP Medigap supplement. He is very busy but he is trying to reduce his patient load through attrition and a selective process using a concierge approach to medical care. He claims that with the squeeze put on doctors by Medicare, he is barely breaking even with Medicare patients. Unless things change, I fear that more and more doctors will be accepting fewer and fewer Medicare patients.

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