Southeast Cardiology in Dothan, Alabama with Reviews - YP.com

Temporary Error.

Please try reloading the page.

06/09/2013
By: thmaria
Paulk, Charles T, MD
I used to go there all the time for simple stuff like hormone replacement prescriptions, and antibiotics for a chest infection from smoking...., and I waited for hours and hours...but now I have a regular MD and I just try to wait until I can get to him or go to the ER at the Medical Center. I went there twice and was sent to another place. One time, I had a huge splinter in my hand, and they didn't take me, the other time, they were not taking any more patients that day and sent me down the road to another urgent care place....So I am not interested in going back. I remember way back in the 1990s when I went there, I would tell them what I thought was wrong with me, they would take me on back, but if I didn't think I knew what was wrong, I would wait hours....and just leave and go to the ER. Parking is very good,, and the location is very good. The receptionist not so good. The place is very nice from the outside but needs a facelift inside.
12/19/2016
By: thmaria
Dr. J. Wes Nelson, MD
Been going to Dr. Nelson and his nurse Wendy for many years. West Main Medical Center have primary care doctors who are Geriatric physicians to the over 50 population, or people with chronic illness. They see a lot of disabled people, and the elderly. Parking and location is great, the inside is not so young, kind of like it's patients. I don't care about the wallpaper or the floors. The place is very clean. The doctors are all good and not out to stick you with high bills. My mom goes to Dr. Crockett. That is her preference. West Main Medical Center is a 5 Star medical facility.
08/25/2016
By: Suri W.
Dr. J. Wes Nelson, MD
Took my mother to see Dr Nelson. He didn't spend mush time with her. She was in horrible pain from a previous back surgery. The waiting room was dirty. He took some blood, read over medical records. Gave her weak pain medicine-Tramadol. My mom had to go to the Pain Clinic.
01/24/2013
By: retvet
Wessner, John C, MD
I have been seeing Dr Wessner for a few years now. I have never had a better doctor. He treats his patients well, Listens to them and has a very good demeanor.
04/01/2013
By: alisblu
Avula Sai MD
Dr. Avula greatly impressed me with his caring manner, thoroughness and concern for my treatment. I certainly recommend him. I think he is the best.
07/26/2017
By: Mary H.
McDowell Ann B MD
Not getting a person. Always a recording. The personal is very friendly. The physician is very excellent. You are never left waiting.
03/29/2014
By: Cathy G.
Elizabeth Tucker MD
Love Dr. Elizabeth Tucker. She is a kind, caring Doctor. Has been my Dr. for approximately 15 or more years.
03/29/2014
By: Cathy G.
Dr. Darius G Aliabadi, MD
Dr. Aliabadi is a Wonderful Dr. Kind and Patient, when My Husband sees him.
02/08/2017
By: Sarah A.
Nelson S Gwinn III MD Facc Fscai
Awsome dr. great feeling of caring and security
Tips & Advices
The main difference separating a heart attack from heart failure is in the underlying reasons for the occurrence. Hearts attacks can be traced to blockages in arteries and acute flares, while heart failure is more likely to be due to congenital heart disease and a more developed condition.
Arrhythmia is an abnormal beating of the heart that may feel like it comes at a fluttering, accelerated, or otherwise irregular pace. While in many cases these occurrences can be infrequent, benign and go away on their own, if persistent, they may require further consultation with a cardiologist.
Cholesterol is a naturally occurring fatty body compound used to produce hormones. It becomes a problem for heart health when there are high levels of bad cholesterol, low-density lipoproteins (LDL), which can lead to arterial congestion.
Visits to a cardiologist typically entail a doctor reviewing and assessing your health, and more specifically within the context of your heart health. It is important to prepare for appointments by having a list of medications and any documents related to your medical history. Some tests (like EKGs) may be administered on a first visit.
Invasive cardiologists are distinguished from non-invasive cardiologists for their ability to perform a number of specialized procedures, including pacemaker and defibrillator insertions, cardioversions and emergent angioplasties.

Just a moment...