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All BlueCross BlueShield Plans are Back In Network

By Neil Schmitz on 03/11/2022 5:47 PM

To: Our Current BlueCross BlueShield Patients

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BlueCross BlueShield Patient Update

By Neil Schmitz on 02/22/2022 7:42 AM

To: Our Current BlueCross BlueShield Patients

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Dr. John Sunew Joins Memorial City and Katy Cardiology

By Neil Schmitz on 01/29/2014 3:35 PM

Dr. John Sunew recently joined our group of West Houston Cardiogists! He will start seeing patients in all 3 locations as of February 3rd, 2014. Schedule your appointment to see him in any of these 3 locations soon.

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Need Health Insurance in Katy or West Houston?

By Neil Schmitz on 09/30/2013 7:21 PM

Whether you are an individual trying to see one of our Cardiologists in Katy or West Houston, or if you work for a small business that does not provide coverage, you should know that there are now options for you to obtain health insurance courtesy of what many refer to as 'ObamaCare'.

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TOP 3 Reasons to Have a Cardiac PET at Katy Cardiology

By Neil Schmitz on 11/30/2012 1:11 PM

Having palpitations or chest pain while exercising?  Need a Katy Cardiologist to check it out?

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