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02/06/2017
By: Rod T.
Flowers Family Practice Inc
Good luck if you ever want to see a doctor 3 month wit so don't get sick. Just after getting money.
02/05/2017
By: Janet R.
Park Street Family Practice
Great Physicians and Facility!I have been a patient of Park Street Family Practice since 1987. I have moved to the north side and now the east side of Columbus and continue to travel to their offices. They have always been there for me. The Doctors and the facility keep up with everything current in their fields. Definitely recommend!
08/07/2014
By: Robin H.
Flowers Family Practice Inc
The care I received there was terrible . I was seen by an inexperienced PA who told me I wasn't sick . I have been treated for a chronic decease the with doctor for six months prior to that . The office was in an uproar when they were questioned and I ended up in the ER before the week was out . Take my advised and don't go there . It has not helped since the practice went to Mount Carmel either . I give it one star only because there is nothing lower.
07/31/2014
By: Jeffery R.
Flowers Family Practice Inc
They could CARE LESS!!!!The place used to be decent. Now it totally SUCKS.They dont answer the phone!! When they do it's a complete run around. And nobody calls you back.No value of a customer AT ALL!!!!I needed a pre authorization for a prescription and dropped off a form 2 months ago. The didnt send it in, said it got lost. So we did a new one. It's been days and they claim they sent it, but insurance company says no. What AWFUL service. And you can NEVER talk to whom is at fault. I AM CHANGING DOCTORS TODAY!!!!They truly dont care.AND if you call and get TRISH on the phone, you may as well talk to yourself. She says shes sending messages but NOBODY RESPONDS. You will call again and again. THEY SUCK!!!!!!!!!!! if - 10 was a choice i would choose it.
06/18/2013
By: bree.johnson.718
Flowers Family Practice Inc
I am officially done with this office. After years of poor service, I am actively looking for a new doctor for my family. Today's experience was a typical one. I called seven times in a row and got a busy signal. On the eighth call someone answered but I was immediately put on hold for 17 minutes. I requested an appointment with Dr. Peterson for what I considered to be a worrisome recurrence of illness. I was told she was booked until next Monday. Today is Tuesday- do the math. I then requested to see any doctor or PA and was told that everyone else was booked until Thursday. I ended up having to go to an urgent care and wait for several hours. Not only is scheduling a major issue, but if I do get in to see someone, I wait a minimum of 2 hours before I see anyone. The level of care and concern is poor. My daughter was misdiagnosed for 6 months before we finally got the help we needed. I will NEVER go back and will actively tell people my story so they will not waste their time either.
05/31/2013
By: monalisa.cassell
Flowers Family Practice Inc
I think the business was too big for everyone to handle. I came here for Lisa Ward, CNP. She detected my problems and gave me what I needed and it';s effective. But I'm done with this place......they have no respect on their patient's time. Just theirs, and the service they gave was horrible. I was there on 5/30/13, they called me in on 2.25pm (my orig appt was 2.20pm, I was there 2.15p, ... pls keep in mind if you're late 5 mins, they'll decline svc to you). The nurse asked me some normal questions, etc. Then I was left alone for 50 mins, until I called the office ph# and told them what happened...and the person was surprised of my call. 5 mins later, a Lynn something, CNP, came in with her hands on her waist (acted like a prison ward), barked at me whether I still wants her to check on my problem. I told her that I have paid my co-pay up ahead and I believe my insurance was aldy charged, and Yes, she needs to gv her svc to me. She was short and curt, unpleasant woman, that didn't need to work in a care-business at all. After that, I think to 'punish' me for my attitues, she prescribed a 875 mg amoxicillin for my common sore throat......they're big/horse pills. I never had any doctor gave me that...only 500 mg 3x/day.I guess this is my last visit. I'm done and have enough of them treated me with disrespect, and I won't be coming here anymore. It's my health, my money and my insurance (mind you I have private ins., not medicare)...and I'm done with them.
03/01/2013
By: busywoman88
Flowers Family Practice Inc
LOVE dr peterson. Impossible to get thru to make an appt. then they are not nice to deal with. Changing docs because of the office workers. :(
03/01/2013
By: starlytejoy
Hoover Road Family Practice
One of the best family practitioners I've been too. He listens and asks questions and tries to give you many options for your health. Very friendly and a great sense of humor to go along with his serious doctor side. If he were to ever move his practice to another office, I would definitely follow him. Have recommended him to many of my friends and family.
07/03/2012
By: lulu006
Flowers Family Practice Inc
You don't get the level of care that you need. I love the physician assistant; however, I feel my regular doctor should be involved with my physical. I have private insurance but I am treated like I was on medicare. One positive note though the physician assistant has it correct with the right amount of medication. I do not feel Dr Peterson has the care for her patients like Dr. Morris.Dr Morris is the best. She is friendly and seems to care I can't get an appointment with her because my hours conflict with hers.What is with the dog in the office. I love dogs, but should they be in a doctor's office. How sterile is that? It seems more like a clinic rather than a private doctor's office. We know that a lot of clinics are not clean.The office staff is okay. I just think like most front-line personnel they are overworked and underpaid.
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