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By: rexanne
J Curt Jacobs MD
I decided I needed a regular ob gyn after putting it off after numerous horrific experiences at a previous one. I'm not really here to discuss that as I do not want to take away from the focus of my intent. Suffice it to say I was skiddish because of my past experiences elsewhere but deciding to bite the bullet and go ahead and establish that dotor/patient relationship before I might need further care. However, I did need further care after my first routine pap smear to have a uterine fibroid removed during a LEEP just a few short days later. Dr. Jill Wagner and her nurse Jennifer were phoneomenal in their care, personable nature and took their time in answering question even after hours. I was put at ease quickly and have definitely found my place of service for any future ob gyn needs. Dr. Wagner and Jennifer went above the call of duty in scheduling my procedure in a day they were not normally in this particular office simply because I was off from work that day and also so I would not have to have a long time of waiting for the procedure. I feel great other than some very mild tenderness, more so than soreness, just a few days out. I have not even needed to take anything medication wise since the day of my procedure.
By: D C.
Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic Inc
I am so sorry that this happened to you. I have been seeing Dr. Smith t CCDC for 15 years and he can't be any more attentive, kind and sweet and his staff is also fantastic... but....in the past year Dr.S's nurse retired and a new over weight, young, white and impatient nurse has replaced her. ( This is the only way I can describe her since I do no know her name)This nurse is mean, impatient and impulsive. I reported her and she was written up. I would go back and make your concerns noted. This nurse needs to go. I switched from a PA in that office and I would recommend Smith, he has children and is thee most patient and attentive dr I know
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