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By: Ann S.
Walker, John H, MD
Today was my first visit with Dr. Walker. He administered a cortisone shot (my first one ever) and honestly I have to say I was a little nervous about it. It wasn't near as bad as I had thought it would be and I know if I have to have another one, I won't dread it. Dr. Walker is very easy to talk to...he explains everything and I know whether the cortisone shot(s) work permamently, or if I eventually need surgery, that he will take care of it.
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By: Treva S.
Walker, John H, MD
I see Tonya Staats, the Nurse Practioner. She is the most wonderful and caring physician I've ever had! I am in her top 3 patients for difficulty of administering cortisone shots. She gets more upset than I do if my hands don't cooperate or she has to dig longer to sneak them in my joints. She's blown a vein twice and you'd think she'd killed me. Very concerned, passionate, and knowledgeable! I'm SO glad she takes care of my hands! Highly recommend her to anyone in need of a hand specialist!
By: Debbie L.
Walker, John H, MD
Not only is Dr. Walker the most skilled hand specialist in the Huntsville area, he has the best personality and bedside manner. Dr. Walker truly cares about his patients. I recommend him highly.
By: Jennifer G.
Dohrenwend, Michael P MD
I was hesitant to see this doctor after reading negative reviews, but went with an open mind. I have never written a negative review about a doctor before , but this man's behavior was troubling. HE was angry, hostile and demeaning, and I did not even know him. THe reviews about him at other sites seem accurate and readers should examine them before visiting him.
By: Glenn B.
Hwy 53 Urgent Health Care
I took my sister into 53 Urgent Care recently to get a chest x-ray and have a list of prescriptions filled on a form both required by an assisted living facility she is moving into. The nurses and assistance were very helpful and courteous. Then we met the Doctor,Attila the Hun. She insisted that she do a full physical exam and remedy any issues before signing the assisted living form. She said she would have to find the cause and remedy the chills and (sometimes) diarrhea that we listed on the patient forms filled out at 53 Urgent Care. I said that is not what we are here for......we are here to get a chest x-ray and a list of prescriptions that my sister was currently prescribed. The form is required by the state for assisted living. She said no, there are too many flags on the field for her to sign the form. I told her we already had a primary care Doctor but this was needed to just get her into assisted living. WILL NOT DO, I will have someone escort you out. I have never met a more unprofessional doctor in my 62 years of living. You will know it as soon as you see this angry lady. Stay away....stay away....stay away!!!!
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By: Wise O.
CarePlus Family Medical
Billy D. is absolutely right!This was a good clinic at one time. 1. Dr. Lon Newlin was there several years ago, then he went on "leave of absence due to surgery." He has never returned. I believe patients were lied to about Dr. Newlin. 2. If you get a prescription medication of any kind, particularly one that you are to take daily and on which you will develop a dependency, be sure to call about your refill a couple of weeks ahead as it may take them that long to get your prescription refilled. 3. Someone in the office staff is very rude and childish on the phone and will bite your head off then hang up on you. 4. The office is technically open until 6:00 pm but this is very misleading. I walked in at 5:00 pm and there was a sign on the counter saying that they were not taking patients any more. Might as well lock the door at 5:00 pm.
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By: Seth P.
Quick Care Clinic
Hello my name is Seth Presley, I cannot say that I understand how a place of such high standards and caliber receive such a low rating on yellowpages.com. Check their Facebook rating its like a 4.9. I'm here to tell you personally, as someone who does not buy brand names, nor do I fanboy for any specific groups or companies, even though I'm in the silent majority I speak loudly and about the excellent service and quality of products you will receive from Quick Care Clinic. This place is the Opus of a man who spent his life working for other companies and corporations, when he finallly had an opportunity to split off and start his own business he had learned from all of his predecessors mistakes. This is the place you want to go to. Quick Care has the atmosphere of a friendly and home style beautifully architectured medical mall without the smell of death, isopropyl and vitamin c..., and they offer unique services. the range of which covers a huge swath of healthcare needs. Plus everyone that works here is of a sound mind and even temperance. No drama. No rudeness or stereotyping. You will not get attitude and you will also not find many ways in which they will not help you where they can. These are reasonable people and without saying too much, I believe that my life has been bettered by becoming a patient here. And let me say again I am strictly a patron of their business. A patient just as I suggest you become. They have no way paid me, they are no way compensating me, they are in absolutely no way asking me to say these things. And again let me say I am not one to step out and recommend businesses. But this one I just cannot let go by without being justly mentioned. Five out of five for the last two years I've been visiting. Two thumbs way up. A consumer best buy for your health care. If you find otherwise please bring it to the Staffs attention and say Seth said to bring it to their attention instead of just walking out the door unhappy. Plz report bk.
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By: Bradley C.
Creekside Family Practice
Great family doctor, little wait time, great doctors.....Will help explain everything gong on..... great place...
By: Barbara S.
Cebert, Marie Dr DO
On my first visit, Dr. Cebert provided excellent attention to my medical history. She asked good questions and made recommendations based on my responses. She made practical suggestions and ordered a few base line tests for follow up. She spent quite a bit of time with me, and was friendly and engaging throughout the entire appointment. Her approach to health care is exactly what I had hoped it would be.
By: Khris A.
Jason T Smith MD
He is either lazy or inept. Misdiagnosed my lung bleed and could have cost me my life. He was dismissive of the facts, didn't talk to my husband following my bronchscopy and was forced to come to my room to talk to us after the procedure. Run away from this man if you can.
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