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By: Ebony B.
Northside Pediatrics
I truly hate taking my child to this place how ever it's the only office I can get to right now. The doctors aren't great but they aren't bad either however the front desk ladies are horrible except 1 that I have come across. I hate speaking to them I hate asking them questions I hate being in their presence. Really not good customer service which is important for front desk especially when it involves children
By: Shaydee R.
Legacy Pediatrics
I do not have any complaints about the doctor's treatment to my children, however they have a terrible receptionist that has been rude, on more than one occasion, which to me equals to terrible customer service, and I'm taking my business somewhere else, where they employees appreciate my business, and they show it.
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By: Katia B.
Northside Pediatrics
Awful! Their staff are rude and unprofessional. Twice that my son was very sick and I was told that I would have to take him to an urgent care. They didn't even asked me what was wrong with him or seem to care. To them it seems that getting out if work on time it is way more important their sick patients. They won't even let you speak with a nurse. They are horrible. I would never recommend this place to anyone I know. Not ever. To me it doesn't make any going a pediatric clinic that won't see their patients when they are sick and instead suggests that they go to an urgent care or emergency room. Awful place. Also dirty.
By: deekaybee
Dr. Howard Hopkins Loughlin, MD
Not sure of which doctor I saw, but this is the facility. The front office workers are generally unfriendly bordering on rude. Typically even when I have an appointment the following ensues: After check in you (and often a few others) are called within a few minutes. Sounds good right? Wrong! You are taken to the back where vitals are taken which takes a few minutes. If a examination room is available you are placed in a room to await you provider. If not you are seated in the hall to await a room. I waited 20 minutes last time for a room. When I was called again I was escorted to an exam room where I waited another 40 minutes. Nobody opened the door to offer an explanation or apology the entire time. Once the provider arrived he offered a perfunctory apology. I was there for a prescription refill so I spent a total of five minutes with the provider. Because my prescription is only for 30 days and does not allow refills, I asked if they would post date additional prescriptions for me as they had done in the past. I told they no longer do that. So that means to me retired veteran of 21 year, is that I have to go to them every month and pay the $12 dollar co-pay to get my medication. That's $144 dollars a year not including the price of the medication. I would not recommend this facility to anyone
By: anitaihavethevictoryjenkins
Cape Fear Valley Pediatric Care
I was told this was a very good place to bring my children. But I just don't like the appointment so far away. Its August an I got a appointment in the middle of October.
By: kevinsmommy
Cape Fear Valley Pediatric Care
Both of my kids were going here, until my son missed ONE appointment and they said he couldn't come back.
By: andaisridinsolo
Northside Pediatrics
To the commentator below. Dr. B has since left the practice and with it, it seems like customer service went out the window. The phone is always busy, the girls at the front desk can be really rude at times, and half the time they won't take my son even if he's sick and we have to do a "walk in," they will tell me to go to the ER center up the road. Unfortunately this is where Tri-Care has placed us. So until I can figure something else out, my son will have to keep going here. However, the nurses are very nice though.
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A child should see his or her pediatrician frequently during the first few years. Once the child reaches age 3, parents should schedule a doctor's visit at least once per year. Before that, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents arrange visits according to the following schedule:
  • 2 to 5 days old
  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
  • 30 months old (2.5 years)
No, parents should call 911, an emergency physician, or a pediatric emergency physician if a child suffers an acute illness or injuries. Doctors in these fields are more qualified than pediatricians to handle emergency situations.
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Yes, pediatricians provide immunizations for infants and children up through 21 years.
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