I Would Recommend Dr. Jensen to Anybody!

Hello, my name is Tracy Cowood. And on August 14th I came into Davis Hospital with severe stomach pains. And I’d had them for two or three days. They brought me into the E.R. and took a CAT scan and an ultrasound and some xrays.
Dr. Jensen was the on-call doctor at that time. He came and explained to me that my gallbladder was in a severe way and that it needed to come out. And he said that he was going to have to play the patient’s advocate at that point because it was Sunday night and it was probably about nine o’clock at night when they decided that my gallbladder had to come out and it had to come out tonight. So, he lined up all the people to get my gallbladder taken care of.
I was out of the operating and the recovery by about midnight, Sunday night. And it was a night and day difference. It felt a lot better. And I realized that had I not had Dr. Jensen, somebody who knew what they were doing, then I may have been in severe trouble or even died. I appreciate the work that Dr. Jensen did for me.
I would recommend him to anybody.
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Located in Layton and Clinton, Utah, Dr. Joseph Jensen, DO, is the surgeon of choice for people seeking laser liposuction, laser tattoo removal, tummy tuck, CoolSculpting®, Smartlipo, facial rejuvenation, varicose veins treatment, laser hair removal, brown spot removal, acne scar removal, skin injectables like Botox, and general surgery.
Using top-of-the-line, state-of-the-art equipment and always displaying sincere compassion, Dr. Jensen takes great care to ensure your utmost safety as well as your desired surgical outcomes. To achieve your desired skin and body, visit Dr. Joseph Jensen, DO, go to DrJosephJensen.com or call (801) 728-9258 today!

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