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10/30/2017
By: Joanna W.
Cumming Family Medicine
I absolutely LOVE Cumming Family Medicine, specifically Dr. Krishna. We moved to Cumming almost two years ago. When I was ISO of a PCP, I had been to several doctors prior that had me off-put. When I met Dr. Krishna, she immediately put me at ease. Within a month of meeting her, I had set up my yearly physical. It was then that she discovered a problem that no other doctor had realized - an enlarged thyroid gland.Long story short - Dr. Krishna saved my life twice last year. I had a hemithyroidectomy followed by the removal of a mole (which turned out to be cancerous). Had it not been for her detailed inspections, I may not be here today to be present for my husband and children. Dr. Krishna is super sweet, family & detailed oriented, and an excellent physician.I've not only seen Dr. Krishna at CFM, but also Dr. Dua. They are both great doctors, and I am super happy that I have found a PCP that cares about my well being (as well as that of my family's) and not just about getting patients in and out of their practice. She and the staff at CFM are amazing, and they are always great to me and my kiddos. I would highly recommend Dr. Krishna (and the other staff at CFM) to anyone.
10/26/2017
By: Anne S.
Cumming Family Medicine
I have always been satisfied when I leave the office. Great Doctors, Take time with my kids and I at each office visit.
03/16/2017
By: Deep P.
Firstmed Of Forsyth
I've been with Dr. Kennedy for about 20 years - it pains me to say, but the front office doesn't care about the medical practice - it is rude to the medical care patients. I'm going to have to take my business elsewhere and that truly sadden's me.
01/29/2017
By: Venus D.
Russell Medical Group
Staff is very helpful. The doctors are very knowledgeable. And the wait time is very reasonable. Nice and clean facility. My family will definitely be back.
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08/03/2016
By: Thea D.
Mallavarapu, Jayasri, MD
Terrible. Doctor is very rude. She got upset with me that her receptionist cannot book appointments correctly.. Cannot speak English. Overall terrible staff and she has awful manners. Find someone better!
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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!
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.
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.
10/11/2012
By: amy.c.asbury
Firstmed Of Forsyth
Dr Kennedy is a knowlegeable doctor, but I'm afraid his office staff is EXTREMELY poor. We have had numerous billing issues & they even lost my husband's entire file. I would not recomment using them at all. I have been trying to get a $25 bill for a copay that was paid when services were rendered straightened out since Feb 2012 & I still cannot get them to fix it.
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