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04/13/2016
By: Lashawnda Q.
Francis Family Practice
I love this office. All the Dr.s and the practitioners work as team to supply excellent service. Sometimes you have to wait a long time when the are really busy but overall great office.
07/27/2015
By: Connik@verizon.net C.
Cruff, Dennis M, MD
Great Doctor ! Did my daughter's surgery and it was perfect. My daughter is a little shy around people but she talked to him because she felt really comfortable around him! .
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03/24/2015
By: Erica D.
Dr King-Jones & Assoc
Dr. King has been a blessing to me. She is very attentive, and she def knows her stuff. Unlike other doctors I've seen in the past, Dr. King has been THE BEST and has made all the other doctors I've gone too in the past look like total morons, in my opinion. I would recommend her to any AND everyone. She has amazing bedside manner and you can tell she really cares. Her associate, Dr. Kelly, who also works in this office is just as warm, caring, knowledgable, and very on top of things. I've seen her when Dr. King was all booked up, and I wasn't disappointed, in the least. If you're looking for the best, look no further, as this is def the place to be!!!!! But, don't take my word for it.... Go see for yourself!!!!!From the happy patient, Erica Dalton
02/03/2015
By: Tammy F.
Goldberg, Eric J, MD
I had my initial visit was prompted to have blood test, an MRI, and a sleep study. A return appt. was scheduled to address the results. I experienced difficulty with sleep interruptions several times during the night, so much so that I feared sleep at times, and so prior to the scheduled return appt, called the office secured a sooner appt. Upon my arrival I was informed I had a balance of less than $32. I told the receptionist I did not bring funds with me cash, or credit. I was asked to have a seat, and that the account/book keeper wouldspeak with me. finally I spoke with the young lady and was informed the Doctors agreed NO patients having a balance would be seen. I told them I could pay off the $31 plus balance the next day. They refused to see me, I then asked for my results to present to another doctors, and was told my records would NOT be released until the balance was satisfied. I could not and still have difficulty digesting the fact that a medical professional refused to service/care for his patient in dire need of medical attention, for measley pennies. It is the next day, I am paying off this balance. I reccommend you go elsewhere if in need of professional medical attention, and may incounter financial woes.
09/03/2012
By: worstdoctor
Quarles Dermatology
I called in to report my side effects because the warnings on the prescription I am taking said: "Tell your doctor immediately if you develop..." His response was "In all of my years of being a dermatologist, I have never had a patient complain of severe symptoms from a topical medication." and then he went on to say that I was not experiencing these symptoms and if I was, they were not from the medication. All the while, he was speaking condescendingly and scoffing at my remarks. This doctor does not care about his patients. He is careless and should have his license revoked. DO NOT TRUST THIS DOCTOR.
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