North Atlanta Primary Care in Cumming, Georgia with Reviews - YP.com

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11/17/2010
By: st.michael
Lanier Adult Medicine
I have followed Dr.Karnstedt for years. She has saved my life w/ a diagnosis. I had seen many doctors who had no idea what was wrong. Her office is wonderful and her new staff have been extremely patient oriented. They are working out a few kinks with there phone system ( It sent me to the lab instead of appointments) but it worked the next time I called. They where able to get all my blood work done there and my EKG which was helpful. Dr. Karnstedt called me at 9:00 pm when she read some labs she was concerned about and had arranged for me to see a specialist first thing the next morning. I could go on forever but rest assured she will always be my doctor.
09/27/2016
By: L A.
Windermere Medical Clinic
I have been coming to see Dr. Bayyapureddy for years (almost since the clinic opened). She is the best of the best. She understands me, remembers my history and I feel like I can talk to her about anything. She is extremely thorough and brilliant. I have recommended her to several friends. Her personality and empathetic tone are unmatched in the medical field, in my experience.
01/31/2015
By: Julie C.
Georgia Highlands Medical Services
Went to Georgia Highlands yesterday. My daughter has a problem that has been re-occurring for years. Ashley Ford is the best Nurse Practitioner we have ever talked to. She actually took the time to listen. I recommend her 100%. She gave us hope and she is amazing!
04/19/2016
By: B B.
Seidman, Jesse E MD
Dr. Seidman and his team have been exceptional from the initial meeting thorough 8 months of post treatment. The quality of treatment along with my recovery continues to better than expected. I would highly recommend Academy Orthopedics to any family member or friend.
11/09/2016
By: Shelly P.
Windermere Medical Clinic
I really like Ms. Katy (NP). Professional and helpful. I also love Mr.Jeff(PA). He solved a problem for me that was previously misdiagnosed at a different practice. Dr.B and Dr. S are amazing. So kind, interested in helping, and great diagnosticians.
10/28/2014
By: Louie W.
Cumming Family Medicine
Dr. K is a nice lady but she does NOT practice real Pain Management. She's NOT licensed for Chronic pain patients. She' just a small notch above your family Doctor. Do not waste time and/or money if you are truly in need of Pain relief.
11/07/2016
By: L H.
Windermere Medical Clinic
I have been a patient here for over 4 years and have always been very happy with your service. I am a nurse and I drive 45 minutes to come here. I always feel welcome and all my needs are met. Sabriah and Stacy are great!
04/07/2015
By: Elizabeth B.
Russell Medical Group
Typical doctor. The staff is nice, mostly. The female doctor is slightly odd socially. She didnt listen to my concern and suggested a medication that had nothing to do with it. Don't think they are worth the long wait.
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10/19/2015
By: Tamara B.
Russell Medical Group
I went here this morning as a walk in. ALL of the staff were very nice and helpful. I'm glad to have found a new doctor after having a terrible experience at my old one. I would recommend this place to anyone!
11/10/2016
By: A R.
Windermere Medical Clinic
It's still early times for me with Dr Shah as he is my new doctor. Earlier was Dr Singaram and I would be happy to rate her high because of her approach towards her patients. I hope the same from Dr Shah too.
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