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03/16/2017
By: Danielle R.
Family Care Specialists
I was very disappointed in the quality of care and professionalism at this facility. Not only did I wait for ~1.5 hours when it didn't seem like it was that busy, once seen, I felt as though they were rushing me out the door. No compassion. Exam was not thorough. Poor customer service. There are so many reasons I would not return. I would especially like to point out Carrie Neal, NP who did not show any respect for me. She did not seem to care about the fact that I was extremely dehydrated and did not give appropriate medical advice. As a health care provider myself, I can say I have NEVER been more disappointed in a "minor emergency clinic." I would advise NO ONE to go here, and I surely will not be returning.
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12/07/2016
By: Bonnie P.
Jackson Family Practice
Dr Jackson.has been are family dotor for 14 years.he is not only most caring and knowledgeable. Doctor i ever had but he.s just a great humanbeing
03/23/2015
By: J B.
Dayspring Family Care, PLLC
Incompetent. You will be dropped if you disagree with anything he says.
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03/12/2015
By: lovethebeach
Summit Medical Group
Came in with my daughter. They saw us both at the sane time!! Swab us for strep while taking weight. We have strep throat,, they also gave me a shot for my migraine. It was gone before I got home!!
12/03/2014
By: Becky J.
Fountain City Family Physicians
Love the doctors and staff here.
10/21/2014
By: Cyn M.
Family Care Specialists
horrible practice they violated my hippa rights and never appologised
09/17/2014
By: Violet B.
Dayspring Family Care, PLLC
My uncle has been a patient there for years. When the healthcare laws changed he struggled to pay the high copay of $2000 so they dropped him has a patient. He is on 13 meds and is mentally handicapped. They care more about the $ then they do about the patient. Dont go there.
11/19/2013
By: Lois F.
Kindred Nc 789
Nursing staff and physical therapists were friendly and helpful. Everything about my stay was great and I have nothing but good things to say about Northhaven. I would recommend it to anyone looking for this type of care. Lois Farrier
09/16/2013
By: clarahowell
Kindred Nc 789
What I like about Northhaven is that my brother Bill is well taken care of and treated with dignity. The staff works hard to meet his needs even though he can be quite difficult at times. The staff at Northhaven always treat him with respect and they all seem to be genuinely concerned about his well-being. Thanks so much for all you do! Clara Howell
09/16/2013
By: maryleetrott
Kindred Nc 789
I am very very pleased with the care my cousin is receiving at Northhaven. I am comfortable with her living there knowing that her needs are being met. Before coming to Northhaven my cousin went to Hillcrest. I believe that facility should be shut down. My cousin has made so much progress in therapy at Northhaven that I can only imagine where she would be now if she would have come to Northhaven first. The therapy department at Northhaven is awesome! The nurses call me frequently and I feel like I can tell them about any concerns I have and know they will be quickly addressed. I would definitely recommend this facility and I don’t know what I would do without your help! Mary Lee Trott
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