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By: douglas5799
Buford Family Practice
We manage an office building in Gwinnett County. My allergies were really flaring up during the spring in the well treed Atlanta area. I was in great discomfort and had trouble breathing. On the advice of our local handyman, he suggested going to Buford Family Practice Center.Dr. Osowa takes took the time to listen to my allergy symptoms and history.After listening to my chest and looking in my nose, he diagnosed my condition as allergy induced asthma.He wrote me a prescription for Singulair, which he said would help prevent any further daily wheezing, that I was experiencing. The pills have worked with no adverse side effects. I would recommend to a friend Buford Family Practice & Urgent Care to anyone. Dr. Osowa helps patients understand their condition There office is pleasant and their staff very professional. I didn't wait that long considering their office was pretty busy.
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By: Callie C.
Buford Family Practice
I waited for over an hour to be seen by the Nurse Practitioner to talk for 5 minutes about getting a prescription. She was really nice, and so was the office staff, which gives them the 3 stars. Not excited about the wait time. Was also told that my prescription would be called in Monday - if I hadn't heard, to call Monday afternoon. Did that, sent a message via the portal, left another message today. STILL no response. Seems a little ridiculous.
By: Angelo M.
Buford Family Practice
I have been going to this practice for over a year now and I really enjoy the professionalism of the employees and doctor. I am always informed of any outstanding debt whenever I visit. I have been made to wait for a bit on some occasions but one the one occasion when my daughter had excruciating abdominal pain, I was attended to immediatey
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