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By: Burton H.
Blue Ridge Premier Medicine
I am a physician who, along with my wife, has been a patient of this practice for the last 2 years. Each of the doctors have sterling reputations in the Asheville medical community, and although I had never worked with them I knew of their excellence. I have never been disappointed and they have seen us expertly through some trying times, including the middle of the night. Non-physician friends who I have referred have had the same experience, so I don't think I'm getting anything special because I am a doctor. Their fee is considerable, but to spare readers a lecture on the current state of medical economics, it is entirely reasonable In order to offer the services they provide. Concierge medicine is a national movement and we are lucky to have it available here. I heartily recommend this practice and each of it's doctors.
By: Kenny G.
Trillium Family Medicine
I'm almost 50 and had a very long relationship with my first family doctor until he retired. His approach to an illness was pretty much on par with the way that Dr. McNeill manages my health now. It's refreshing to find a doctor that embraces the best technology out there for running his practice as well as serving his patients. Gone are the day long visit for a simple appointment. You can schedule an appointment usually the same day and you're not stuck in a waiting room. I also credit him with saving my life in his approach to what seemed like a simple kidney or bladder infection. His being on top of it resulted in finding a tumor that still resulted in the loss of a kidney but I personally feel it could have been worse if I had been seeing another family doctor.
By: Ashton T.
McCarrick James P Jr MD
Top notch physician. Dr. McCarrick is an internist, pulminologist, critical care pulminologist, and sleep disorder (sleep study) physician. Dr. M is one of the most well rounded physicians I have encountered in my 65 years of visiting physicians throughout the US and Europe. In addition to his immense knowledge and capabilities, he is also one of the easiest physicians to speak to and deal with. I now live 3,000 miles away from Asheville but travel back to Asheville to see Dr. McCarrick. He is that outstanding that I will take the beatings of travel to see him. Top notch physician. Ten stars if I could give them.
By: Alex F.
Trillium Family Medicine
Dr. McNeill is everything a 21st century physician needs to be: attentive, compassionate, and giving while incorporating the convenience of online scheduling and electronic patient-doctor communications into his practice. No long waits and as much face time with the physician as you need. His staff are knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, and professional. If you're used to the old fashioned doctors office, where a 2:00 appointment means getting called back at 3:00 and seen for ten minutes by 4:00, this will be the most welcome change and will show as your health improves.
By: Shannon B.
French Broad Pediatrics
I am so happy with French Broad Pediatrics! My boys LOVE Dr. Carlise and the wonderful staff there! We switched from Mountain Area, very busy pediatric office in Asheville because we would spend at least a half a day or more just to see a doctor. My boys hated going to the doctor for anything, even if it was to pick up a note! Since we have switched to French Broad, my little boys race me to the car just to go see Dr. Carlise and the girls that work there! French Broad has been a blessing!
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By: Retha B.
Carolinas Center For Advanced Management Of Pain
I am surprised and disheartened by the reviews of this clinic. I have been treated by many pain management specialist over the sixty seven years of my life. Some are abrupt, some are trying to diagnose health problems and seem abrupt. The Dr. with the thick accent is an excellent physician.He really tries to help his patients. His office seems to run smoothly and his staff is certainly professional. Are the other reviews written by inferior colleague? The other reviews are ridiculous .
By: Jerrold E.
McCarrick James P Jr MD
I agree 100 percent with the assessment made by first reviewer on Dr. Mccarrick's all around expertise. He has been my family's pulminologist for genetic lung issyes for over 20 years. On numerous occasions he has pucked up on other related and unrelated medical issues whilst treating the family. The Edney family owes a great debt to the hard work and depth of concern by Dr. Mccarrick. Simply put, He is brilliant.
By: Kaggie M.
Blue Sky Pediatrics
This place has been voted the best for the past 5 years for a reason. I have brought my 3 kids here for the past 10 years and have nothing but great experiences. I have never had any problems with any of the staff and love all of them. They have always been professional and accommodating in every way. I wouldn't take my kids anywhere else in Asheville.
By: Anne S.
Asheville Pediatric Associates
We see Dr. Cohen primarily, but all the doctors are wonderful. They take the time to listen to us and answer all our questions. I have never felt rushed and they are particularly wonderful with my autistic daughter. I'm happy that they believe in vaccines following all the most up to date medical advice!!
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By: Elaine H.
Cole Jr, Toby C, MD
From the first time I went to Dr. Cole the way he and the whole staff treated me was wonderful! Thank you , my leg is beautiful! And feels great!!!! I just love , love, love .... you Dr. Cole!!!! Thank you!!! Elaine Hopkins
Tips & Advices
A child should see his or her pediatrician frequently during the first few years. Once the child reaches age 3, parents should schedule a doctor's visit at least once per year. Before that, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents arrange visits according to the following schedule:
  • 2 to 5 days old
  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
  • 30 months old (2.5 years)
No, parents should call 911, an emergency physician, or a pediatric emergency physician if a child suffers an acute illness or injuries. Doctors in these fields are more qualified than pediatricians to handle emergency situations.
A well-visit is a routine visit with a pediatrician to track a child's development, discuss medical or emotional concerns, and receive immunizations and medical advice.
Yes, pediatricians provide immunizations for infants and children up through 21 years.
No, pediatricians do not have to be board certified.They're only required to have a state license. However, certification indicates a dedication to studying pediatrics beyond the requirements.

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