Best 30 Doctors Office in Greensboro, North Carolina with Reviews - YP.com

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04/23/2012
By: kim.m.carle
Urgent Medical & Family Care
I always use them if I need an urgent care even thought it is not that close for me. I have see Dr Daub several times. There is usually a long wait but that is typical of any urgent care. They do take appointment also. They are great on the phone to tell you how busy they are and what might be a better time to come. Their folllow up is commendable. The prescriptions are always called in asap and ready. They follow up to check on you and with additional results-ie radiologist readings of x-rays. They are ver efficient in handling anything else you might need or have to call back for. They never drop the ball on any requests. In my opinion, they are top notch. It also says a lot that most of the Drs there have been there 10 years or more!!
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05/17/2016
By: Jessica N.
Urgent Medical & Family Care
If at all possible, do not go here! I've been a patient at UM&FC for years, but the experience has gone downhill since my general care physician moved to another practice. On the urgent care side, the waits are atrocious, and I've never seen a doctor in less than 2.5 hours. On the appointment center side, it can take weeks to get an appointment with your regular doctor. While I do like most of the doctors there (which is the only reason for the second general star, and four stars on expertise), the front-of-house staff is terrible. If you need something like paperwork filled out, a refund of an overpayment, or even a referral, be prepared to call or go in the office several times in order for it to get done, if it gets done at all.
07/15/2013
By: maryanne.bolick
Urgent Medical & Family Care
I definely would recommend this urgent care. I've been going her for over 25 years. The doctors are top notch and give you great care. The follow up and testing is really great. If my doctor of record is not in, I have no problem being seen by someone else. As is true for all urgent cares, the wait can sometimes take several hours, but they will be up front with you and recommend another time that may be better. I think it says volumes that most of the doctors have been at this location ten years plus. No matter where you live in Greensboro this is the best facility there is. Try it out today!
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02/01/2016
By: Marisol R.
Eagle Family Medicine At Brassfield
I transferred from LeBauer after having been a patient for many years. I felt I needed a doctor that was proactive rather than reactive. I am very pleased with Dr. Koirala - he always follows through. As an example, I one day burned the side of my hand with the vapor from a pot of hot soup and did not know how to deal with it. Dr. Koirala and his nurse assisted me and advised me on what to do. Dr. Koirala's nurse called twice after the incident just to find out how I was doing and if I wanted to come in to the office.
01/30/2014
By: Aaron S.
Eagle Family Medicine At Brassfield
CARE IS PROFESSIONAL BUT THE ATMOSPHERE IS LIKE BEING IN A FUNERAL HOME!! THE RECEPTIONIST DOESN'T SMILE, THE REST OF THE STAFF LOOKS DOWN THEIR NOSE AT YOU AS IF THEY'VE NEVER BEEN SICK A DAY IN THEIR LIFE. THEY CARE ONLY ABOUT THE $$$ END OF IT. FELT WORSE WHEN AFTER I LEFT THAN WENT I WENT IN. THE FREE STUFF AT WALGREENS IS MORE PLEASENT THAN A VISIT AT EAGLE. JUST PLAIN NASTY PEOPLE. I WILL NEVER GO BACK!! -- AARON S. FROM SUMMERFIELD
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12/12/2016
By: Don A.
Eagle Family Medicine At Brassfield
Couldn't have been any better, really. Dr. Morrow made sure he had full and accurate information, in sufficient detail to subscribe the best approach for me. He really listens and verifies. I like the way he thinks and explains his take on the situation. He doesn't waste any time but he is deliberate and thorough nonetheless. I left with the expectation that I would get well as quickly as possible, because of his approach and decisions.
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07/11/2016
By: mh32492
Eagle Family Medicine At Triad
I admire Dr. Swayne more than any physician I've had. He is always in a wonderful greeting mood. He takes his time listening to me about concerns, I have and doesn't hesitate to help me with whatever I am in need of. I've been a quadriplegic for almost 25 years...Dr. Swayne has been my primary physician for the last several years and again does not waste any time treating me for complications due to quadriplegia.
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05/03/2013
By: kelly.murray.104855
Piedmont Family Medicine
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST DOCTOR IN N.C. (if not the country)He cares about you and your family. Doesn't send you to specialist unnecessarily he will eliminate every possibility first. Then send you if he cant take care of it. I've been his patient for over 30 yrs. I LOVE HIM!!!!! NOW HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU HEAR SAY THAT??!!!He is accepting new patients CALL AND make an appointment now!!!!!! DO IT NOW DON'T WAIT
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06/17/2016
By: mhsimons
Eagle Family Medicine At Triad
The choice I made, choosing Dr. Swayne is perhaps one of the best decisions made in years. He is attentive and appears to care that my needs are being addressed. His efforts are noted and when he doesn't know or have an answer he is honest in admitting that. He will do the needed research and if necessary refer me to a specialist;
11/18/2016
By: David W.
Eagle Family Medicine At Triad
Dr. Swayne is the most genuinely caring physician that I have ever entrusted my care to. Open, honest, and respectful,I recommend him to everyone I know because of his sincere vigilance over my health care. Thankful that God led me to him. Like to adopt him, but I can't afford to care for his wife and children.
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