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01/18/2017
By: David K.
Onslow Primary Care & Sports Medicine
Very professional place Dr Griffin when she was attached to onslow primary was very professional and my wife and daughter enjoyed having her as our doctor. We have since tracted her down to continue our care with her. On a personal note to the comment made by Kenneth C. Looking at the date of this post if that's when he went wow Dr Griffin must have long arms because she was gone before June 2016 I was going to schedule my yearly physical with her and found she was no longer there. So I dont see how Kenneth got locked in. Plus grammar is atrocious. On a professional note again the staff also were always professional yes the wait might be long to get taken back but that's because this is one of the best facilities here and everyone is trying to get in to be seen
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08/26/2013
By: Brenda O.
Onslow Primary Care & Sports Medicine
We have 4 family members seeing Dr Ellis and we are all satisfied! It takes time for everything and everyone has to have patience even the patients! Thank you Doc for an outstanding job and yes, I would recommend others to you!!
01/09/2015
By: Samantha S.
Onslow Primary Care & Sports Medicine
Every time I've been here the wait in a hr plus. One or two times I can understand but 3-4 times is just ridiculous.
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