Well, it's not "spoke" when there is a negation in front of it. We don't say "He didn't spoke with them", we say "He did not speak/he did not talk...". When verbs are preceded by a negation, they revert back to their present tense form:
She did not sweep the floor.
They did not burn that house.
it doesn't specify whether the doctor is male or female. both should be considered correct. it also says to the doctor not with, i feel a la doctor should be correct as well.