Dr. Glenn Harper, a neurosurgeon retu...

Dr. Glenn Harper, a neurosurgeon returning to Texas

There are 9 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Oct 15, 2010, titled Dr. Glenn Harper, a neurosurgeon returning to Texas. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Santa Cruz is losing a lifesaver. Dr. Glenn Harper, who came here 10 years ago and performed brain and spine surgeries at Dominican Hospital, closed his practice Friday.

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no name

Felton, CA

#1 Oct 15, 2010
dr harper killed my brother. he does shity work .

San Jose, CA

#2 Oct 15, 2010
no name wrote:
dr harper killed my brother. he does **** work .
I am sorry for your brother's death. In what way did Dr. Harper contribute to his death? Or was Dr. Harper trying to save him from something that was going to kill him and was unsuccessful in his attempt? Either way, I truly am sorry for your loss.

Since: Oct 10

United States

#3 Oct 15, 2010
I am sure it was an accident, and I am very sorry for your lost.
More moula in Texas

United States

#4 Oct 15, 2010
Well, health care reform takes it's toll. There more money in those oil and gas folks in Houston, Fort Worth, and Dallas. Got to git me back to the cash flow. Besides, I can drive my Mercedes and feel right at home with dem rich folks.
Good Luck Dr H

Watsonville, CA

#5 Oct 15, 2010
Dr. Harper is a wonderful person and an excellent doctor. He saw patients that other doctors did not want to see because they had no insurance or welfare. I would know because he was my friend's doctor. At the time, she had no insurance and was in dire need of help. He was respectful and thorough and answered all of our questions, of which there were many.
If this is the gratitude he gets from our county, no wonder he is going back home. Yeah, talking to you "More moula in Texas."
And to you, "no name," I am also sorry for your loss. Unfortunately, no doctor has 100% success rate and it's ignorant of people to think they do.
Surfer Girl

Soquel, CA

#6 Oct 15, 2010
Thank you Dr. Harper,
Your education, talent, compassion, and hard work are appreciated by me. I'm still in the water, and every time I catch a wave, or serve a tennis ball I thank you. I hope you enjoy your home state, because there's nothing like home and comfort, and the things that make your heart sing. Texas be thankful.

Austin, TX

#7 Jul 30, 2014
Hi "No name".

Was wondering if you could give me some insight on how Dr. Harper killed your brother? Was it during surgery? Very sorry for your loss.
Hey bud

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Jul 30, 2014
Teresa wrote:
Hi "No name".
Was wondering if you could give me some insight on how Dr. Harper killed your brother? Was it during surgery? Very sorry for your loss.

United States

#9 Saturday Apr 7
Hi killed my father too. He is very unprofessional and griddy

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