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05/21/2015
By: M. E.
Josiah Medical
Been here a few times and it amazes me how your wait time is determined purely by which doc is working. Call ahead. If Dr. B is working you will wait an average of about 2 hours before you are called back, then you will wait longer until he comes into the room and rambles for another 1 hour about things unrelated to your treatment or anything medical for that matter. If he is not working you are facing average wait times. They are very nice, and would be the perfect place to be seen if you have absolutely nothing to do with your time.
08/09/2017
By: Lisa L.
Medical Arts Family Practice PA
I have been a patient of Dr. Catherine Kelly for many years and appreciate the time and personal attention I always receive. Though I have a life-long needle phobia, the doctor and staff make every possible accommodation for me. Dr. Kelly and her dedicated staff are unfailingly kind and compassionate while providing professional support and care. After years of observation and experience, I know that Medical Arts Family Practice is the primary care provider that everyone wishes they could have. I wouldn't want to go anywhere else.
08/10/2017
By: Angela E.
Medical Arts Family Practice PA
Dr. Kelly has been my primary care physician for more than 15 years. I have found her staff to be courteous, efficient, and unfailingly friendly. Natalie is a pro at blood work and great at soothing patients afraid of needles. The nurses help update my records and note any medical concerns in an atmosphere that is calming and approachable. Dr. Kelly has watched over my health these many years including some surgery issues in a reassuring manner that greatly reduced my stress.
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06/29/2015
By: Carla K.
Josiah Medical
I love this clinic because they are concerned with their patient's welfare. Sometimes it does take time to be seen but every patient deserves their time to be assessed and have their time to talk openly with the doctors over their health concerns. The doctors and staff are friendly and they always make me feel like I am part of the team. I recommend this clinic to everyone that wants the best doctors on their side who have extensive knowledge in medical issues and disease.
09/02/2014
By: googlingfamily
StatCare Urgent Care and Primary Care
I was a first time patient at this facility, Stat Care. From the front desk staff, medical art assts, to the physician, I was treated with the most care and compassion any patient would hope for. I had to go to the hospital and the individualized care provided was incomparable. I appreciated the genuine care shown and diligence to ensure I see specialists in record time. I would recommend Stat Care 100% to everyone with medical concerns...
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03/03/2014
By: Donna C.
Cumberland Family Practice
His office is thorough now that his staff is changed and his practice is expanding. Nurses and staff are awesome. Normally there is no long wait time. My daughter and myself both go there. And I would recommend them highly. They are hard working personable people. I am critical with doctors and caregivers due to my past experience as a nurse. So for me to write a review like this is a blessing. Dr. Tran that's fairly new in the office is awesome.
12/19/2012
By: jmiller1973
Dr. Connie C Brooks-Fernandez, MD
Very warm and inviting atmosphere Very professional. Very clean. Most pleasant experience in a medical facility since i moved to Fayetteville. I would reccomend this medical facility to all of my friends and family 100% . I've been a nurse for 18years and by far this office is the best.
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02/23/2015
By: Katrinda P.
Josiah Medical
I have been coming here for years the only problem i see is the lady at front desk never had been friendly not a people person dont know how she able to keep job with such a mean personally they need to speak to her about her bubbly personally lol other than that i love both doctors
03/20/2017
By: Christian f V.
Pinnacle Family Care
I have been going to DR John M Ray, Jr MD for 8 years, and he is very concern about each one of patients. I have never had a doctor that is concerned about his patients, as Dr Ray. I recommend him highly to anyone who is looking for a family doctor.Mr Vortisch
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10/03/2016
By: Sharon J.
Josiah Medical
I really like the doctors. But the wait time is terrible. Office staff is not friendly. U get called back pretty quickly but then u sit in the room for 2 or more hours waiting to be seen.
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