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By: Merry H.
G Scott Warner MD
Dr. Warner is condescending & does NOT listen to his patients concerns. He spends little time with his patients & uses nurse practitioners to take care of patients. When I informed them my medicine was not working & my breathing difficulty was getting worse, I was told that the med WAS working & given appointment for 3 months later. I wound up in the E.R. two weeks later with severe breathing difficulty. They also tried to deny access to my service dog claiming I had to show "certified" proof that he was a "real" service dog, (despite the fact that they had previously seen me WITH my service dog) which is a violation of federal law. I had an embarrassing argument in their lobby, in front of other patients, with a nurse who asked me personal questions that are against the law to ask about my disabilities. I would have refused to answer but my breathing difficulties left me in dire need of my doctors care. I was initially turned away & then, while waiting for the elevator the nurse came out and begged me to come back in & I was allowed to see the nurse practitioner. I have had my service dog for 5 years & he has accompanied me into pre-op, into all my doctor visits & even into ICU to visit a friend. This is the only time I have ever been told my service dog could not accompany me. I feel that as medical professionals they should know the law concerning service dogs & the Americans with Disabilities Act. Their behavior was very unprofessional! I have found a new doctor was understands not only my medical issues but also service dog laws. I will never go back to Dr. Warners office again.
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By: David B.
Graham Michael J DMD PC
I have been seeing Dr Graham and his staff for over 15 years. The entire family has been through braces and occasionally someone needs to go back for an adjustment. We always get worked in quickly and always enjoy seeing the staff that I have come to know over the years.. I love living in a small town. I feel like when I go to see Dr Graham, its like visiting family. Its not all about braces and such, often times its just about catching up and seeing how everyone is doing. If you ever need braces or any orthodontic treatment in and around the Cullman area, this is the place to be!
By: Brittany P.
Graham Michael J DMD PC
I love Dr. Graham and his staff. They care about their patients and the care of their teeth. I would recommend this office for anyone looking for braces.
By: Karen R.
Graham Michael J DMD PC
Dr. Graham and his staff are so polite and want the best for their patients. I love how they take time to discuss each step of getting braces and how to properly take care of them. I also love the easy payment plan. I would highly recommend Dr. Graham and his staff!
By: Karin S.
North Alabama Medical Associates PC
Dr Matter, has amazing bedside manners. He helped with my eating disorder, he looked up my medical concerns and put my anxiety at ease. Showed real compassion when most doctors brush my concerns under the table.
By: sharonlmomofthree
Graham Michael J DMD PC
Crazy place where rules are rules and it's our way or the highway. Unfortunately it's patient care that is low priority with this office but who cares about that anyway? If you like a rude, inflexible staff this is the place for you. Look elsewhere as I did.
By: Danny D.
Quality of Life Health Service Inc
Excellent service, everyone was extremely helpful, the professionalism was outstanding, I would recommend to anyone. Front office personal was extremely friendly and helpful, the nurses were outstanding and Mr. West was very knowledgeable and is a true professional.
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