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06/16/2016
By: Mariyam S.
Aim Medical Center
This medical office is the best! I recommend to all people if you want expert and professional care. Dr. Syed is a very knowledgable, serious, and confident person. She knows what she is doing and goes through in detail about your problems. Have never had the thought of looking for another doctor. Staff is very nice and always gives me a smile when I enter. The rooms are nice and roomy and the visits are brief but VERY helpful.
08/29/2017
By: Debra joan U.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
Dr Kendra Cole is one of the most patient sweet doctors I have ever met. Immediately upon meeting her you feel at ease and relaxed. My primary care doctor refered me to her approximately 15 years ago to review and care for my history of skin cancers and the rest is history.
07/06/2017
By: Nessli V.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
This was by far the best visit i have had to a dermatologist. Dr. Cole knew immediately what was going on with my skin. What I liked most was that she was not just concerned about my skin but my entire body and how the foods i eat are effecting my skin.
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07/12/2015
By: Tammy carpenter J.
Randy, Cronic
Great doctor and physicians assistant. They are my primary care doctor and they always take time with you and get you better. You almost always get same day appointments also. I would recommend this doctors office to anyone who is sick.
08/28/2017
By: Maryann H.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
Very quick but extremely professional. The nurse who accompanied Dr. Cole during the exam was a different sex but I was never uncomfortable. I have come to Dr Cole for decades and will continue to have her for my doctor.
06/09/2017
By: Billy joe T.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
Pleased to be welcomed by a very friendly front desk. Wait time to see the doctor was quite acceptable and adequate time was spent with me to answer all my questions and concerns.
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02/16/2015
By: Stephen S.
Randy, Cronic
He is an excellent and caring Doctor... His office staff is TERRIBLE! They are rude and uncaring. Long wait time and whenever I call the office I am always put on hold.
06/27/2017
By: Taikira R.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
Today was my first visit everybody was friendly, great people skills. My questions were answered great and effectively. I love this office already. Great environment.
07/14/2017
By: Andrew R.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
They took the time to look at my scrape efficiently. They were the first doctors to do that. They put me on a plan and it sounds great. Really put my mind at ease.
05/29/2017
By: Mitchell T.
Cole Dermatology & Aesthetic
My experience at Cole dermatology was pleasant and wonderful. With professional care they took care of my needs expeditiously and thoroughly.
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