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10/10/2017
By: Stephen B.
Wirth Lisa Dr
When you never think that you would ever need a psychiatrist, you can only pray that you are blessed by God to either get in to her practice or someone that is almost as caring and invested in helping you return to the person you once was, and I say almost because I have to believe that there is no one that reaches the level that she demonstrates. And the best quality she brings is that she does not suffer idiots and has a state of the art detector for b.s. and has an unequaled ability to get to the point and telling you the honest truth but in a way that you will appreciate even if you don't want to hear it!
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10/10/2017
By: Stephen B.
Dr. Linwood W Zoller III, MD
Without doubt the most cruel, callous horrible physician and top 10% percent of all the people that I have ever met in my life. However, when you are poor and uninsured, your choices become extremely limited and you accept and tolerate more than you ever thought you would ever have too. And if this pompous condescending arrogant person is a disgrace to his profession is not enough, you have to navigate your way through the rude and disrespectful uncaring office staff that would be more expected to find working in a prison facility that would be the one to start the IV used for lethal injections. Which is actually somewhat appropriate being that this disgrace not only to his profession but to humanity as a whole is also the physician for the Hall County Detention Center. He would not be fit to treat patients at the Hall County Humane Society, maybe a 1930's German war camp would be better suited to his empathy and compassion! If this is the only physician available to you, do yourself a favor and find a kindly veteranarian, you would receive much better care and most assuredly a friendly reception.
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09/20/2017
By: Charles J.
Dr. Ronald G Beebe, MD
Made an appointment to see the Dr. We did see him in the hall. We were actually seen by his Nurse Practitioner. Nice lady. Didn't seem to know much about our concerns!! Beautiful office. We were disappointed!!
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09/18/2017
By: Laura C.
Strother, Reginald, MD
Sorry excuse for a human being. Do NOT go to this Dr. he's a complete idiot with no compassion what so ever
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03/20/2016
By: Deborah W.
Dr. Hector Gotay, MD
He is always there when I need him. I have Parkston's & when I need help with it all I need to do is call. He's a very good Doctor.
10/31/2015
By: Marla M.
Sharpe, Brent A, MD
I recently visited with Dr. Sharpe. He was attentive. He answered my questions. The office staff is pleasant. When I left a message, he promptly returned my call. I am very pleased to have him as my doctor. I highly recommend him.
12/28/2013
By: June I.
Lewis Henry J MD
Agree totally with btimms. The first time I met him, my husband and I took my 18 year old son in for some scary symptoms. When my son asked a question, Dr. Lewis spoke harshly to him. I refused to go back to him after my personal health concerns were not taken seriously and he made me feel stupid, mumbling under his breath. There are much better doctors here.
07/30/2013
By: btimms
Lewis Henry J MD
Very shoddy office! Will tell you to come in for an appointment, and then change it without telling you. Dr. Lewis is old and is about to retire - which is for the best. Does not follow t hru and staff is extremely rude to their patients. They also are known for lying to their patients as well. Stay away! Had to give a 1 star rating cause it doesn't allow for a zero rating
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