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By: Karl K.
Gilbert Center For Family Medicine
I have been going here for years and ever since they moved to a new building, the service has steadily gone down hill. I called to make an appointment and was on hod for 12 minutes before I was able to speak to someone and they answered the phone asking me to hold? Again? The receptionist, Tonya, was unprofessional and rude. When I entered, she told me to sign in and have a seat. Ten minutes later and still not checked in, another patient came in, went to the desk, and was immediately checked in! When I was finally called, I asked to speak to the office manager. I was explaining to Tonya what my concern was and she ignored me and asked the person behind me to check in. I walked out of their office and went to Urgent Care. Gilbert Family Medicine has horrible customer service and my family will be going elsewhere for care
By: kelbell34
Gilbert Family Medicine
FANTASTIC!! I have been going to see Dr. G for just over 4 years now. I have NEVER waited more than 5 minutes in the Lobby and usually less than 10 min in the exam room to be seen. This Dr. is thorough and kind, but honest. I referred a co-worker one time and after her first visit she came out almost crying, when I asked why she said "He looked me in the eye, and he treated me like a person". That's Dr. G, he does care, and his staff cares, not just about your symptoms or illness, but about you as a whole person. I recommend Dr. Ginsberg and Gilbert Family Medicine to EVERYONE I know.
By: helen.g.taylor
Gilbert Center For Family Medicine
Wow! I used this site just to get the address and was amazed at the two reviews written here! I have live in Gilbert and have used GCFM since 1987. I am an RN by profession. I have only great things to say about Jeanne Wolfe MD and Mark Schlotterback MD. Their ancillary staff are quite wonderful, too. Their NP's are not only knowledgeable, they are truly compassionate. I would highly recommend this group to anyone who is looking for a PCP - and I have in the past!
By: jessica.russo.921
Gilbert Center For Family Medicine
I would never go to another doctor again. Dr. Schlotterback is the best doctor Ive ever been too. He properly diagnoised a condition Ive had for 15 years that has gone untreated. Finally, relief! His staff is professional and courtious. I love their online system- you can email your doctor, request appts, med refills, all from your computer! My whole family and extended family goes here now!
By: lilmsjillybean71
Dr. Stacy Elizabeth Gustin, DO
A very nice and thorough PCM. Easy to get appts. Polite staff. Decent waiting room. Not a great deal of toys for young kids so come prepared. Co-Pays due at time of service or you must reschedule appts. Prompt with sending out referrals. No problems with incorrect insurance statements so they know what they are billing for. Overall, a very pleasant experience.
By: Melissa L.
Rkein, Ali
Yes the # is incorrect. Also Dr. Ali Rkein is not a business, he is part of the company English Dermatology, which has a YP page. This information is not correct or inclusive to what English Dermatology represents. -office liaison for English Dermatology
By: David S.
Martinez, Pedro J, MD Hope Medical Institute
The doctor is excellent. The doctor's wait staff is not. They really need to get off their high-horse and learn how to communicate effectively with their patients. There is better staffers out there.
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By: Karen S.
Rkein, Ali
The correct phone number for Dr.Rkein is 480-507-5011 @ Englist Dermatology in Gilbert Arizona. Please call the correct number.
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