Tenet Healthcare in Charleston, SC with Reviews - YP.com

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06/03/2017
By: Shawntel W.
Jeffrey Lafond, MD
If you're looking for a GREAT surgeon, Dr. Ford is the expert you need to see. I can't thank him enough for how he's helped me. He looked out for my health and when the hospital tried to charge me more after the surgery he took care of that also. He went above and beyond all the way around. Always there just a phone call away. I highly recommend Dr. Ford, I truly believe he is the BEST! I had my hernia surgery back in August of 2016. Everything went smooth and I haven't had any problems since. It's so nice not to look down and see a big lump sticking out on my belly that was impossible to hide for over 30 years. I wound up losing my belly button it was totally destroyed. I waited so long it was beyond repair. I can honestly say I don't miss it at all. I tell everyone I'm an alien. My wife has always told me that I am out of this world. I couldn't be happier with the results so do yourself a favor and see Dr. Ford. -Thanks, Ray Williams
10/21/2013
By: supkill4
Trident Medical Center
I went to the ER recently at the TMC in Monck's Corner. Though I was seen quickly, I was diagnoses incorrectly. I was told I had really bad food poisoning and was given by the doctor I saw, Thompson, ibuprofen and tylenal and a medication to ease my stomach problem on a Thursday night. I had a follow up appointment with a physician at Palmetto Primary today (monday) and was told I did not have food poisoning but something MUCH more serious. The doctor at TMC was in my room for 2 minutes and diagnosed me immediately with food poisoning. While I spent 3 hours at my appointment with Palmetto and figured out I had IBS.
12/30/2013
By: drfin1
Health First - West Ashley
First visit today and wasn't sure what to expect (I am not a fan of typical urgent care "doc in a box" type places). Went in for one thing and decide while I was there to have another thing taken care of. No issue. Didn't phase the staff at all. In and out in under an hour. The nurse who took my blood got it on the first poke, which is AMAZING since I have crappy veins. Dr. Henry Spradlin was very nice and he and all the staff made me feel very comfortable. Front desk very friendly. Cost was good, which is nice since I don't have insurance!
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03/21/2015
By: Tameka B.
Health First - West Ashley
OMG! The ppl here are awesome. I would NOT want to go anywhere else. The doctor and assistance were knowledgeable and polite. Never have I experienced a medical facility will to help answer any questions or concerns you have. I'm totally blown away and spoiled at the same time (will never go to another plce). Went to 2 places prior (on Sam Rittenburg - Medicare urgent. Which were fast and wrong...and Doctors care which was slow and I didn't wait to be seen.)
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03/31/2017
By: arkiefenarkie
Monica Lominchar MD
Dr. Lominchar has been my PCP since 2006. I will not venture out to look for another doctor. She is the best I've ever had! Kind, honestly and seriously interested in your thoughts about your condition. She takes her time when looking at all the pieces of your medical puzzle and knows exactly what to do. My family loves her and her super talented staff. We will always be loyal to Dr. Lominchar and her staff.
12/11/2014
By: Desiree J.
Hamilton, Lauren F MD
I would highly recommend Dr. Hamilton. She is the most compassionate, caring, and knowledgeable doctor I've ever seen. She will listen and help you with any issues that you have. All of the employees at Charleston Ob/Gyn are friendly and make you feel comfortable. I've never had an unreasonable wait time or felt rushed. Thank you Dr. Hamilton for being the BEST!
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03/25/2017
By: Leslie S.
Todd E Schlesinger MD Faad
My experience here is top flight. Both Drs Slesinger and Buthorne put me at ease. Most amazing to me is the absence of pain both during and after my surgeries. I appreciated the private waiting room provided between surgery, skin testing and stitching. They have a nice treatment environment with views of the low country which is comforting to me.
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04/13/2015
By: purrlvr26
Health First - West Ashley
Went to health first after doctors care refused to treat my sinus infection. Dr Spradlin was absolutely amazing! He's my new doctor :) and Mrs Linda kept my angry 2 year happy and comfortable while I had X-rays taken. This place is amazing, highly recommended!
05/19/2015
By: Shane D.
Total Health Solutions
Dr Patrick is the most knowledgeable nutritionist I have ever know. Her understanding of the endocrine system and the human body, as a whole, is simply amazing. I urge you to schedule a consult with her to discuss your nutritional needs.
09/10/2013
By: madelyne
Health First - West Ashley
I've been seen here twice now. Great care, no wait time, very reasonable prices. Staff is friendly and helpful. Genuinely wonderful people (do you know how rare that is?) Would recommend them for urgent or non urgent care for anyone!
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