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By: Doug M.
Dr. Leslie S Gaskill, MD
Dr. Gaskill is focused on Cardiovascular Prevention. Never do I take what I am told at face value, I do my own research online after being told about issues that my regular physician never discussed with me. The difficulty with preventive medicine is that there is not an immediate cause and effect. Break and arm, and it gets fixed. Plaque buildup in the walls of my carotid artery was never noticed by my GP. Dr. Gaskill put me on a plan including meds and supplements that was life changing. Google "Functional Medicine" and you will learn more about what she is about. This is not for someone who wants to pop a pill and move on. Dr. Gaskill strives to understand the patient, the lifestyle, the history and the best mode of treatment. There are plenty of "Doc in the Box" types of physicians, and I am done with them. Dr. Gaskill is the first one who actually listened and learned about me. Prevention.. I am a believer!
By: Robert F.
Dr. Leslie S Gaskill, MD
I have been going to see Dr Gaskill for a couple of years now and she has really helped me with some major medical concerns that I had. I am glad that she has found some nicer and more competent staff as some of the previous ones were not so nice and I could tell that they needed to go. Last few visits have been very pleasant and the staff that I interacted with were very nice and helpful and seemed to work flawlessly with Dr Gaskill. I would recommend anyone I know to go see Dr Gaskill, especially if they are looking for a great doctor to help with preventive healthcare issues.
By: moose_24
North Chattahoochee family Physicians LLC
I have been a patient of Dr. Griffith's for almost 20 years. I have never had a bad experience with anyone in the office. Me, my wife and our teenage children all see Dr. Griffith but on the occasion that we have seen one of the PA's or other doctors the experience was just as good. If you are looking for a new family practice you would be wise to choose this one.
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By: Angie C.
Dr. Leslie S Gaskill, MD
Dr . Gaskill is a very friendly , educated woman who really knows her stuff. I haver nothing but good things to say about her. She made me feel very welcomed and had a great bedside manner. She explained everything to me in a way i could understand.I would recommend her to anyone!
By: nikkiscott
Dr. Talati, Thank you so much for helping me be able to take care of my health. I wasn't able to afford health insurance.Your low cost payment plan was something i could afford. The first office visit was Great! I really felt confident in you and your care. Thanks so much!!!!
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By: Gor jess W.
Dr. Leslie S Gaskill, MD
Every time I come I get the best service from the receptionist to the nurses and Dr gaskill is in a league of her own she has compassion empathy and knowledge when it comes to patients wait time is.never a issue I get my lab results back in a timely fashion
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A physician's assistant is a person qualified to perform routine medical services. This individual is professionally licensed and certified, but they may not have the extensive med school education of a doctor.That said, PAs do complete almost three years of postgraduate study and more than 2,000 hours of rotations.

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