Best 30 Primary Care Doctors in Jacksonville, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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09/09/2013
By: smartkids718
Family Care Partners Arlington
Dr. Kessler is a very good doctor he listens to his patients and they have wonderful staff that show concerns about their patients. I have seen them help with the kids while the parents get seen. The office itself they have everything there which is very convenient for the patient. One of the staff she makes wonderful cakes for Fund Raising oh you must try her cake it's so suuuuuuuuuuuper good! My daughter goes to see the doctor we love Dr. E that's her name for short she is very understanding doctor. Danielle the office manager she's an understanding person. Dr. Hill is a very good doctor Dr. Cappertan is a good doctor and Dr. Goodman is a strong and firm doctor that takes her patients seriously. Dr. Glassman I have respect for her, because she takes time out with her family at the same time she also is concern for her patients. She's a mother at home and work what I mean by that is she shows concern for her patients
01/10/2017
By: Jason S.
Emed Multi-Specialty Group
I took my family to this clinic and it went well. The doctors were generous and took the time to answer my wife's questions. We did not have to wait for too long either. I'd say about 30-40 minutes. That's about half the time I'm used to waiting. Our doctor was knowledgeable and gave us an accurate assessment of what medications we needed. Happy with our experience and we will definitely return!
12/14/2012
By: sdbaltzley
Dr. Amila Perera, MD
This office and Doctors and staff are wonderful, My mom has been seeing Dr. Sacket for 25 years. She and the staff have saved her life so many times, I cant count any more. They are extraordinary, professional, and extremely compassionate. I cant say enough about there practice. I would highly recommend this office and Doctors too anyone. Thank you, Susan D. Baltzley
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01/06/2017
By: Ben C.
Emed Multi-Specialty Group
They have incredible doctors here. They all take the time to hear what the patient has to say and take it into consideration. The wait times are never too hectic. A lot better than I've experienced at other offices. I've waited 30 minutes at most to be seen. Everyone is kind and professional. Highly recommend coming here for your medical needs.
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01/12/2017
By: Julie L.
Emed Multi-Specialty Group
Excellent management and conveniently close to where I live. It's a no brainer to attend this facility! The doctors are professional and well versed on how to handle multiple issues regarding my medical needs. I love this clinic. Wouldn't dream of starting over at a new clinic! Too much headache to go through the process again!!
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01/11/2017
By: Elena V.
Emed Multi-Specialty Group
Have been looking for a new physician for a month now and I think I have found them with this clinic. They are experienced, professional, and timely. I don't mind waiting but other experiences have not been the best. I am glad emed Multi-specialty Group has proved to be different so far. Will give updates at a later date.
01/11/2017
By: David W.
Emed Pain Management
I usually don't write many reviews unless I feel compelled to, due to a company's performance. My back feels like it was touched by the holy grail after they were finished with it. I feel like I am standing straighter than I ever have and that's a big deal. I wish I knew about places like this sooner. Gladly recommend.
01/13/2017
By: Richard H.
Emed Multi-Specialty Group
Wow, I'm surprised about how quickly I was able to be seen here, especially as a NEW customer! Very happy with how my visit went. I didn't plan on coming back here, but after seeing how productive things were, I'm definitely considering it. Good doctors are hard to find it seems.. so I'll probably come back -Richard
01/13/2017
By: Raymond G.
Emed Pain Management
Glad this wasn't what I expected. Few guys from work go here and said it was so-so or just didn't recommend it at all. I feel like I got a lot out of my visit here. Staff got paperwork started and finished quickly, as well as the doctors seeing me on pretty reliable notice. I have to give my recommendation
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01/08/2017
By: Mark H.
Emed Pain Management
Very quick customer service from what I'm used to at previous clinics. Doctors here are always warm and inviting, as well as urgent. This is a trouble free clinic to come to when you need to be cared for urgently. Highly recommend. Wouldn't think of attending anywhere else.
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