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09/28/2016
By: K H.
Palmetto Family Medicine
I am rating the practice as pretty good overall. However, management of the practice leaves a lot to be desired. Can't tell you how many times I have called and simply can not get a body, even the operator, to answer a phone call. I tried at 4:25 every extension possible and suddenly got the answering service. One of the most difficult practices I've ever had dealings with in regards to getting someone to answer a call. Their phones are so screwed up that when you opt out to the operator to a "0", you go to dead air and the call just hangs in never never land. Really enjoy the new PA, but simply and absolutely HATE the management of the practice and phone situation. Now that PFM is part of Lexington Medical Center, their billing is even screwed up too. Got a bill for a first time visit and when I got it, i was already in the 31-60 cycle showing I was late. NEVER had seen that charge before and could never get a straight answer as to why I was late on the first bill.
01/22/2015
By: shagnat1
Johnny Y Smith MD
Dr. Smith has lost has passion. I used him for 25+ years, then he got to where he doesn't listen to his patients, spends maybe 3 or 4 mins. with them, and doesn't respect any of the knowledge they possess about their own bodies and issues. Ask him a simple question one time, his response was "lots of things cause that." !!!???? That's his attitude now. I had to leave him for a doctor who at least listened to me and cared enough to discuss options and different procedures instead of just a "one way only" path which of course had to be his. I noted to him about a med I was one was raising my triglycerides, he flatly denied it until I showed him from the drug manufacturers own website that I was correct. Changed the meds and my triglycerides fell by over 50% and have been in line ever sense. There are many other issues too numerous to site. He's just burned out. Find a younger more eager doctor than Johnny Smith @ Lex. Family Practice.
08/28/2016
By: tammybenjamin
Lexington Family Practice Northeast
Not perfect, but nowhere near these other reviews. I've almost always received a call back the same day. I've always been able to get a same day appointment. Dr. Nunnery and his nurse Aimee are excellent. I've also never had any issues with the front staff either. I've had x-rays done, lab work done, and an ultrasound done. In all aspects, I was treated with professionalism and kindness. We have had a few issues with refills pre-authorized but with as strict as Big Pharma and the Insurance Companies are getting about meds, I can understand. As long as Dr. Nunnery and Aimee stay the same, I'll continue being a satisfied patient.
09/07/2016
By: Sheryl C.
Lexington Family Practice Northeast
The Dr I see here is wonderful if I can get an apt. The staff is little to be desired..no call backs..waited 4 months on a referral, you will be put on hold while the receptionist finishes her personal conversation..got tired of having to call office manager to get any results...I have a medical condition that has to be followed no support here...do not expect great things once you leave the exam room. It is a shame that the Dr is as effective as his staff allows him.
03/18/2016
By: Tina T.
Lexington Family Practice Irmo
Have used this practice for years, but they have become far more interested in taking your money than taking care of you. There were extra charges on the bill I didn't expect and very little time spent with a physician. It seemed like they just want to pass you on to some specialist, rather than getting to the root of your issue.
10/29/2013
By: Christi R.
Martin Jr J Frank MD
The best doctors office ever! The staff are always friendly and go over and beyond to make you feel welcome comfortable and never rushed or unimportant. I'll never go anywhere else.
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