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By: Trupti M.
Express Family Clinic
Dr Parihar is a great physician!! Highly recommend to anyone who needs primary care physician.. he always listens.. he is very knowledgeable and caring physician
By: Harold P.
Christine J. Coke DDS, MD
There is no way to do business with people who won't even put on these websites what types of insurance, including if it is Medicare, and if it is Medicaid. This is very important, and as it stands, just plain angering!When these companies figure out that honesty is the best practice, I'll leave them alone!
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By: Marcus N.
Express Family Clinic
This place is pure TRASH. I've never left a Yelp review, the service was THAT bad. Poor organization, and communication. You'll repeat your concerns multiple times, multiple ways to multiple people and they still won't understand. Rude, "Dr." Pradeep Parihar is the only "doctor" I've met who seems to care less whether you receive treatment or not. I've driven out to this place twice, paid a copay and never received treatment. Save yourself the time/trouble and go to Legacy ER and Urgent Care. They are clean, polite and professional. Got me in and out WITH treatment in 30 minutes. Don't even waste your time, money and patience with this joke of a health facility.
By: Trupti M.
Express Family Clinic
Dr Parihar is very friendly, knowledgeable and compassionate physician. Facility was clean and staff was very friendly. Highly recommend Dr Parihar to anyone who need primary care physician. great bedside manners.
By: Debra S.
Brookwood Family Practice and Pediatrics
I have been a patient of Dr Smith for over 10 years. He is not only a good doctor but a genuinely good person. He listens and cares about his patients and never rushes through your time. Everyone in his office is professional, courteous and nice. No one has ever been rude or failed to provide good service. Occasionally, you have to wait a little to go in for your appointment. But, usually the wait time is very short. All doctors will sometimes have an emergency or delay due to the nature of their practice. When I read the 2 negative reviews here when this pulled up, I was shocked. I have had to change insurance plans a few times. One of the deciding factors was keeping my son's pediatrician. My son has been an adult for years, but I will NOT pick a plan unless I can keep my doctor. Both Dr Smith and his staff provide excellent medical care. I never have problems refilling my prescriptions. I hope I never have to change doctors.
By: Leatha D.
Dr. Gretchen Ann Champion, MD
I had a knot on my neck..nad an ultrasound...they called, said there was a knot, call an ENT to go over the results..went for her to tell me what was wrong...she read the results, and told me it was a pulled muscle and to "stop doing what caused it" Really!? I also can't smell anything...she checked the nose, said it looked fine...she wanted to look one more time..."relax" thing I knew she had a camera going up my nose and down my warning "looks fine" was less than 2 minutes...I go to check out... $800! I am furious....then she has the lab trying to get me to come in for a MRI...what a thing I can say about this visit....I was in and out in less than 10 minutes...
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By: Ray G.
Brookwood Family Practice and Pediatrics
Very poor service. I needed a refill on a medication and my pharmacy contacted the Dr.'s office for confirmation. They rejected the refill because I haven't been in for a year. I was never notified that it was rejected by the pharmacy or Dr. and I wasn't told I needed to set up an appointment. I only found this information out two days later when I went to pick up my medication on a Friday evening. At that point I couldn't pick up my prescription and the Dr.'s office was closed. I tried calling the after hours number and it had a message saying to call the provider after hours. I then called the provider number and it had a message saying that Dr. Smith was the after hours Dr. this weekend and to call him at his number. The number it gave was his office number which then went directly back to the voice message saying to call the after hours provider, making it impossible to contact him or his assistants. I was then able to reach the pediatric nurse who was friendly and she apologized for the problem with the phone messages and confirmed it did the same thing for her. She contacted Dr. Smith and he said for me to contact the after hours Dr. She then contacted him again to explain the situation and that he was assigned as the after hours Dr., at which time he refused to respond. This is especially upsetting because I can get very ill if I don't take the medication daily, and he showed no concern or care about it. I have never been so dissatisfied with service from a medical professional and would highly recommend that anybody avoid visiting this practice.
By: vikki.pittmanpandit
Connolly John
I highly recommend you choose another doctor. This doctor is very distracted and does not take the time to properly diagnose medical conditions. He will prescribe medication without proper evaluation, lack of follow-up and will not keep accurate medical records. Check Texas Medical Board. Don't take a chance with your life or the life of someone you love. Unfortunately, my son died while under his "care".
By: jessica d.
CareNow Urgent Care
wait time is ridiculous. I ended up just going to 1st class urgent care, they were able to see me immediately.
By: Humphrey C.
Allen Friends & Family Clinic
Dr. Chi-Hwa yeh is a professional MD at practice and he manages his business well. However, he has a limitation. He is a family doctor nothing more. I visited this doctor through my father for almost 7-8 months now. This doctor worries more about his business than his patients. Furthermore, his level of trust with patient's is low. I gave Dr. Yeh almost a year of my time and it was wasted and from the beginning I asked for a specialist. After over 7-8 months he finally refers me to a specialist.
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