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By: Shea W.
Wright Family Medicine
Andrew Wright's office staff are the most unprofessional people I have ever dealt with. Not only did they repeatedly charge me incorrectly but they never once returned a phone call to my insurance company when they were leaving messages to speak to someone in the office. Toni was extremely rude and insensitive to my situation and I would advise anyone who is looking for a new doctor to stay far away from Wright Family Medicine.
By: Kay B.
East Valley Family Medical
Worst experience ever!!! I have legal power of attorney over my 90yr old Grandfathers care and I have been trying for 3mths to get the doctors to send a referral for home health aide to my grandfather’s insurance. 3 MONTHS!! I have finally had enough and I call the doctor’s office rightfully upset and the referral specialist Veronica not only not listens to anything that I had told her but she then tells me she does not like my attitude and hangs up on me. I waited 20mins when I initially called just to receive disrespect and to hang up on. What kind of practice treats its patrons like this? I called back a second time and Veronica proudly boasted that she hung up on me and that me calling back was a waste of time because I am not going to get any help being rude!. I am appalled by the treatment I received here I will definitely search for my grandfather a new doctor I do not care how far we have to travel! The behavior of Veronica is just disgusting and I cannot believe anyone would employ her or allow her to treat people in that manner.
By: Brit R.
Warner Family Practice
I came here for a problem I was having with my bladder and was immediately convinced to buy into allergy drops (this had nothing to do with why I came to the doctor). The PA wanted me to do a bunch of test for my bladder issue even though he was referring me to a urologist to get these test done. I told the nurse I was going to wait on the urine test since I was going to be going to my urologist. Then when we we were talking about how she wanted me to do an X-ray I asked her if I should do this if I might be pregnant. Annoyed, she slammed the door to ask the PA. When she came back she said, "you're fine." I insisted that I'm pretty sure you shouldn't get an X-ray if you're pregnant and she shot back saying, "well, are you going to do a urine test or not?!" She was unbelievably rude and like I already told her I wanted to wait on all testing. When I came in for my yearly physical a few months ago, they were trying to run 6 different test (I'm in my 20's, exercise and eat extremely healthy with no health issues). They were also trying to book me a year ahead of time. Very much focused on their sales. I refuse to go back here after two bad experiences.
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By: Brandlyn P.
Warner Family Practice
This practice use to be amazing. Now it is the worst. They have no respect for people's time or inconvenience. The last year not a single appointment has been on time including a simple lab. They forget you after you've checked and no decency or respect enough to say sorry we are running behind. Those of us who work or have family know time is money. Some thing changed in there management a while back and not for the better. The only reason I have not changed is the only ray of light there is Suzanne K. She is the best PA I have ever met. I just wish there office staff and the administration had as much care for others. If your time isn't worth money and can sit for 30-45 minutes past your time by all means go. They need schedulers who know what they are doing and management that cares.
By: Ashley M.
East Valley Family Medical And Weightloss Cen
I WOULD ADVISE YOU DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME HERE!I cannot wait to stArt my new job so I can have real insurance!To make a regular appointment isn't bad, but when it comes to referrals, this office is horrible! The staff is highly unfamiliar with how prior-auths work, and for someone like myself who might i add, has a disease, their level of helping me to get a specialty doctor is very low. THIS IS VERY CONCERNING!I WILL BE CONTACTING THE BBB.I've had the run around with this place and even the higher-ups aren't as helpful. This is our health,& not something petty and they need to make everyone and every issue, especially people wIth life-long conditions s priority!I urge you to try another facility. Thanks.
By: Pure J.
Warner Family Practice
I have been so pleased and happy with WFP. The personnel are friendly, personable, and very professional, exceptional in their jobs. I've been with you all for just over a year now and everything has been outstanding. Dr. DeLorenzi is the best!
By: Erasla M.
Warner Family Practice
Always great and friendly service.
By: Arlin D.
Warner Family Practice
Front office is very courteous!
By: Dhal L.
Warner Family Practice
I have been coming to WFP for over 20 years. The Dr's and Staff have always been wonderful. I will continue to come here.
By: Scottie D.
Warner Family Practice
Everyone was wonderful! I would not want to go anywhere else.
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