2/62 Park St, Pimlico QLD 4812, Australia
62 Park Street Pimlico QL
(07) 4779 9266
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
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Debbie Gregory said 3 years ago
I've been a patient of Dr Mike Boggild for almost 3 years and can not speak highly enough of the professional care I receive from him, Sharon our MS Nurse and the girls at the front desk. One of the things that I need as a patient suffering MS is that the treating Dr has knowledge and experience in the disease I'm suffering with. Someone who generally cares and wants his patients to live and have the best quality of life possible for them. Dr Mike is one of those doctors that you feel comfortable with; he has extensive knowledgeable and experience in the illness I have and he has treated me and my family with Respect and Dignity at all times. Dr Mike and Sharon make sure I have an understanding of my treatment plan and they are very proactive in research and new drug treatments that may become available in the near future. Sharon our MS Nurse is very approachable and will go out of her way to see that I have the things I need to help me cope with treatments and daily living. Sharon looks past the 'patient' in me and sees a proud women that wants to fight this horrible disease and for that alone I feel grateful. I would recommend this team to anyone who has a Neurological Disorder or disease. Thank you
Pamela Massey Samsung said 3 years ago
I have been a patient of Dr Mike Boggild's for over 3 years and in that time have found him to be a doctor who is genuinely concerned for the well being of his patients. His extensive knowledge and experience have given me a great deal of confidence in his management of my condition. Sharon, our MS nurse, is very supportive and will always make time to ensure patients have a thorough understanding of anything new in a patient's condition or treatment. I cannot recommend this practice highly enough.
Boo Boo said 3 years ago
Dr Boggild from the outset has been throughly professional friendly caring and supportive in my treatment. Easy to talk too and I felt comfortable and at ease with the decision making over the last couple of months. Sharon is very professional kind and caring . Her knowledge base fantastic and explains facts etc with simplicity so I am able to understand exactly what's happening. The support staff are always polite and will try to find a solution for you if needed. Yours sincerely Megan Porter
Jaymee-Leigh Swift said 3 years ago
Dr White & Dr Boggild are both incredibly experienced neurologists! Rachel and Janet are both welcoming and accommodating to all patient needs! Townsville are lucky to have them!!
Julie Taaffe said 3 years ago
All staff are very experienced, knowledgeable and friendly. They all go above and beyond my expectation.Beautiful practice.
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