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Congratulations to Dr. T!

Vascular Specialists is pleased to announce that Dr. Eugene Tanquilut has received a 100% scorecard from Advocate Aurora Health System.

All the patients that Dr. T cared for in September scored him 10 out of 10 for:

Each and every patient also said that they would be “extremely likely” to recommend Dr. Tanquilut to family and friends. 

Said a patient, “This is a pleasant office to go to, all of [the] doctors are very pleasant and the nurses as well. They are patient, work hard to answer questions and see to patient needs.”

Congratulations to Dr. T for achieving such an outstanding score through compassionate and careful patient care! 

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