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01/17/2013
By: crucial49
Alliance Family Care
I am new to the area and a friend of mine recommended Dr. Holloway to me when I got sick. She has been a patient of his for a while and really likes him. I did not have an appointment, but the receptionist told me that he would work me in as a walk-in. The waiting room was full and there were a lot of people and I had to wait for about an hour. But the nurses were nice and explained the delay. And even though I could tell Dr. Holloway was really busy, when came in he did not rush and was very thorough and easy to talk to. He took a great deal of time with both me and my wife and made certain that everything I needed was taken care of. I was impressed that he took the time to sort through all my old medications from my old doctor to make certain that I really needed to be taking them. I have been to doctors that rush in and rush out and barely talk to me. That did not happen here. Then he personally called me a few days later to talk to me about my blood-work that had come in. My wife is now his patient too. Both of us are very happy with Dr. Holloway and with the office staff. My only complaint is that the office is always very busy and sometimes we have to wait. But the care that I get there is excellent and worth the wait.
03/31/2016
By: Sharla E.
Alliance Family Care
Dr. Abbasi and Alliance are the best!!! We all want the best healthcare. There are not many doctors that are doctors because they are humanitarians anymore. They rush you out for the next office fee. Dr Abbasi takes his time to listen and explain. Everyone is important to him and he loves what he does. He loves people. He is also very up to date on the latest in healthcare. The staff are all friendly and courteous and the facility is clean and inviting. His is the best clinic in the area hands down!!!!!By the way,....... If you have a problem with Holloway, why slam and low rate Abbasi and the whole clinic healing your area? Why not just review Holloway???????
06/22/2016
By: Eddy P.
Alliance Family Care
Dr Abbasi is the first doctor I've gone to. He actually listens to you unlike most doctors. My whole family now goes there. I had been having a rashon my face for years which had been mis diagnosed for years. He made the correct diagnosis and now it's gone! His staff is the best!!! Best doctor, I've ever seen!!!
11/02/2016
By: Claire W.
Alliance Family Care
I've been going to Dr. Abassi for 7 years since moving to Covington from Florida, and even though I have moved to Atlanta now I still make the 40-minute drive to see him. While the wait times can be a bit long, he is one of the smartest doctor's I've ever seen!
11/04/2016
By: Aamir H.
Alliance Family Care
Dr Abbasi is the most compassionate doctor i've ever met. Brilliant. He is like family to us. He diagnosed a rare condition in my father which saved his life. DO NOT SEE CHUCK. As for Dr Abbasi ONLY
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02/09/2017
By: Rebeccajeremy J.
Alliance Family Care
Dr. Holliday is very rude and has no idea what he is talking about. He talks to you like you are stupid!Dr. Abassi on the other hand is great!
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