Orthocarolina in Concord, North Carolina with Reviews - YP.com

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By: fudgie2011
Cabarrus Family Medicine-Concord
Top Doctors and staff. I have been seeing Dr Carla Jones since 2001 and have been pleased with how she is patient and through. Sometimes I have to wait but the quality of care I get is worth it. Top notch Doctor. I would like to also praise Dr Kara Gallagher I had to go to the ER last month 4/2013 and she was the Dr on call for cabarrus family medicine at northeast cmc. She was very informative and really listened to my concerns. She checked up on me the next day in the hospital and took the time to explain everything to me and did it in a way that I understood it and put me at ease. I highly recommend either one of these Doctors if you are looking for quality medical care from someone who shows they have a passion for what they do.
By: Miriam M.
Dr. Tara L Chronister, MD
Dr. Chronister was on top of some potential problems that no other physician had picked up on. Her attention to detail may very well have saved me from another heart attack. She was very knowledgeable, very pleasant, and, no doubt, very thorough. I highly recommend her!!
By: misty.donaldson.10
I really enjoyed going there I had to be seen for my back I had to have surgery and the doctors and nurses and stuff we're great I would refer anyone there
By: Linda B.
Patrick T Kelly MD
wonderful ,warm, and compassionate doctor who actually takes time to talk to you and explain things on your level !!!
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