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07/01/2017
By: J G.
Family Care Physicians
If you want a doctor you can call for advice this is not the place to go. Not only will they tell you to come in for an appointment if you have a question but you can't even talk to a nurse without running the issue by the receptionist.
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06/06/2017
By: Jennifer R.
Mobile Primary Care
They are good if all you are looking for is a PA to come and see your family member every 3 months. BUT GOD FORBID your loved one needs to see someone between those times. God forbid you call asking for them to be seen. NOPE NEVER HAPPENS. Then when you complain they make excuses as to why the receptionist who answers the phone (Heather) is making decisions, and reading laboratory results WRONG, as to whether or not a provider will even hear that your loved one is having an issue that needs attention.That is allowing a person without a license to perform duties that require one. We had them ignore my mother twice in less than 3 months when she needed medical attention. We were forced to use the emergency room. WHICH BY THE WAY IS VERY DIFFICULT WHEN THE PATIENT IS IN ADVANCED DEMENTIA AND ALTERED MENTAL STATUS BECAUSE THEY ARE REFUSING TO TREAT A SIMPLE URINARY TRACT INFECTION! Mobile primary is not medical need friendly. THEY ARE ONLY IN IT FOR EASY CHECKUPS AND NOT FOR WHEN SOMEONE IS SICK. ALL THEY WANT IS THE MONEY.
05/26/2017
By: Jennifer R.
Mobile Primary Care
Nurses are rude when there is a problem with your loved one. Can NEVER get a provider to come out when there is a problem yet they insist on coming and doing an exam every 3 months but forget when the patient has a need to be seen. We have to use the ER for sick visits. Disgusting. They should be ashamed that they provide such shitty service that is so needed in this area.
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01/31/2017
By: Joe F.
Mobile Primary Care
Terrible Agency. Treated 97 year old grandma as rude as anyone ever has. Carolyn Doyle was not only rude but showed no professionalism while present. I would not sign my worst enemy up for their service.
05/28/2015
By: Kim T.
Rapha Family Medicine
This doctors office is very disappointing. I got to my appointment on time and I waited almost an hour after that to get in. After I got in, the process was kinda rushed and the staff were very rude. Not a very good experience.
01/06/2015
By: Vanessa R.
Primary Care Of NY
I can agree the front office could be improved, but the doctors are phenomenal.
10/01/2014
By: Paul S.
Mobile Primary Care
Very good services, extremely convenient for the homebound and chronically ill elderly.
10/20/2013
By: ginnystockwell12
Primary Care Of NY
Don’t go to this doctor’s office. The receptionists are rude, and whenever you try and call you’re on hold forever. Find a better doctor’s office that isn’t awful.
07/20/2012
By: michaela.jackson.50
University At Buffalo Neurosurgery
Lack of professionalism due to the fact that when you try to make an appointment, either no one answers the phone or you are transfered to a certain person. Then you HAVE to leave a message and then NO ONE RETURNS THE CALL!! I would NOT trust them with my life, if this is how they show their "professionalism". I'm looking for another Neurosurgeon due to this FACT alone!
12/06/2010
By: faykarr
Myron Glick MD
I love how Dr. Glick's staff has been great with my 3 yr old daughter. They have helped me get her asthma under control faster then her origanal doc. I love how as a first time mother they are also willing to sit and talk to me about what is going on and what everything is that is going on. They also have listened to all my concerns about what is going on with my daughter and when ever I call they always get back to me within 20 min. They are the best Peds that I have seen in a long time.
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