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By: Christopher R.
Gore, Herman C
I almost cancelled my appointment due to this rating. I'm glad I didn't. I have never had spinal injections before nor do I live in the same town as Dr. Gore so I had zero knowledge of him or the processes going in. Waiting room was typical. Busy staff, move from waiting room to 3 chair queue for treatment. I was filling out new patient forms anyway and they got to me before I was finished. When Dr Gore came in I was shocked at how friendly, energetic and engaging he was. He took more than adequate time to answer all my questions, throroughly evaluated me, plotted a course of action and administered it, all the while, precisely telling me ahead of time what was going to happen and what to expect. Effectively targeted my C5/6 joint. Too early to tell if it worked but I just had to write another review in case the previous revewer may disuade anyone from treatment. I don't know what the problem was then but I guess every doctor lets somebody down from time to time. Hope this helps somebody out there.
By: Meredith S.
Dr. Erin E Hartwell, MD
I had been going to see Christine for a few years and I felt like the last time I saw her she blew me off when I was having a problem. I saw Dr. Hartwell yesterday for my yearly physical and she was so nice. She sat down and asked me if I had any concerns or questions and I told her I was thinking about getting and IUD and she explained to me the different types and what to expect after it was inserted and what to prepare for when I come to have it inserted. She told me that I would be a good canditate for it with my medical history. She was very nice, she had a wonderful bedside manner to her. She was the best GYN I've been to in a long time. I really like her alot. I trust her with my health completely. She's the best doctor in this practice. If you don't have a GYN yet you need to go see Dr. Hartwell. She's everything you want in a GYN. She's warm, kind, sweet, caring and more.
By: Brenda B.
Draughn, David G, MD
I had a wonderful experience with Dr. Draughn and his staff. When I went for my appointment the receptionist greeted me with a smile. After I filled out my paperwork she told me that some one would be with me shortly. Soon after that the ultrasound girl came and got me for test on my veins. Dr. Draughn went over the results with me and explained the problems I was having with my veins. Once the insurance approved the procedures I needed I was scheduled quickly. After the procedures to treat my veins my legs feel so much better. The pain and swelling has improved greatly in my legs. I have highly recommended Dr. Draughn to many of my friends.
By: Rachel W.
Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center
Everyone is very nice there, and the facility is great too. The down-side: least attentive allergists office I have ever associated with. I am now 2 weeks overdue for my shot due to poor communications in their office.
By: Patricia B.
Vanourny Jaime MD
The staff and facilities are wonderful. My only suggestion is loose those dark couches and chairs in the waiting area. They are too soft and also do not compliment the area.
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By: Janelle F.
Gaston Womens Healthcare
Dr adcock is the worse doctor ever
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