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By: L H.
Walk-In MD
Patient, very kind and treats everyone with the respect and courtesy that you do not see a lot of anymore! Appreciate all the help and attention to detail the DR and staff give!
By: hatethissalon100x
Walk-In MD
Speaks with a lisp or accent. Very difficult to understand. Demands all communication to be done through portal. No bedside manner at all. Dismissive and refusal to listen to specialist recommendations. Feels he knows best and even with adverse side effects sees positive in small window. If the positive is to clarify some issues but alternative is suicidal thoughts... time to find new dr!
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By: Julie D.
Harbin Clinic Cartersville Cardiology
Family Dermatology in Cartersville is the most incompetent doctor's office I have ever had to deal with. They misdiagnosed my toddler, who suffered unnecessarily for months, and now has scarring that will most likely be with her for the rest of her life. On top of that, I just received a bill from them for services performed TEN months ago, along with a letter stating that they are still within the statute of limitations to do so. Avoid this place at all costs!!!
By: Jason H.
Family Care Of Cartersville
terrible terrible terrible! These people are not in the business of helping us! Fouled up blood work terrible customer service the women in the front office are terrible!
By: Dawn n jd H.
Family Care Of Cartersville
Worst doc office in cartersville needs to be shut down
By: mikeramirez
Walk-In MD
Office manager just stated "glad we are not going to see you anymore "after I called saying my mother had a 104 t is a walkin clinic and they refused to see me!!! After driving 45 minutes!!! This is ridiculous !! Dr. Wiggles might be a good doctor but if these broads at the front act this way they deserve a lot worse than a a bad review. Awful experience.. Do not call yourself a walk in clinic if you are not a walk in clinic
By: ksh376
Family Care Of Cartersville
They need to get their scheduling down better. I do not want to have to wait two hours to see the doctor. Also the people there do not make eye contact or bother to smile. They don't even smile at each other. I'm wondering if anyone there is happy.
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