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By: Janisha N.
Osowa, Alexander E, MD
I am very pleased with the level of service I received from Dr. Alexander Osowa. He treated me with empathy and respect. I first met him at his Lawrenceville office and have since become one of his patients. Dr. Osowa is very knowledgeable and shows a lot or care. I recommend Dr. Osowa to anyone who needs a primary care physician. Janisha Z.
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By: Evan M.
Gwinnett Emergency Specialist
Don't go to this ER, they will tell you that the Hospital ER is in-network, but the ER doctors are not in-network. They will over charge you and while you're busy appealing to your insurance, they send your bill off to a collections agency. Very dishonest practices and no help to the patient once they have you in their snare.
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By: Lorianne R.
Gwinnett Emergency Specialist
ER doctors are a group called GES (Gwinnett Emergency Specialists). They are NOT on the most common, major insurance provider plans, even though the hospital IS. No one warns you as you check in that the doctors who treat you will be charging you hundreds of dollars NOT covered by insurance for their 15 minutes of attention in the ER. No exceptions. All the ER doctors are part of GES, and it has to independently contract with insurance companies. There are no ER doctors at Gwinnett Medical who ARE covered. Only GES. They quickly start to pressure you once the bills start, and make promises about settling for just what your insurance will pay. Once the insurance amount is paid, they change their tune and offer a discount. If you reject their payment plan for these hundreds of dollars over insurance, you are rapidly turned over to collections. Predatory, dishonest, and exhortative practice. It's especially bitter when you are trapped into this hospital by the very insurance the GES group will not accept.
By: T B.
Preferred Women's Healthcare
I have found the most wonderful Gynecologist and caring office staff at Preferred Women's Healthcare in Lawrenceville, GA. Dr. Arona is knowledgeable, helpful, up-to-date on the latest GYN issues, and has a wonderful personality. She treats you like a friend and wants to help you to be healthy and happy. I found her by luck, after trying many Gynecologists over the years, which treated me like just a number.She asks questions and helps to find an appropriate resolution to problems or concerns without sounding condescending. And she lets you ask questions and she answers them! Her staff is amazing, also. They are always smiling, helpful, kind and willing to go the extra mile for patients! If I could clone them and put them in every doctor's office I need to go to, I certainly would. They truly care and value their patients! I strongly recommend Dr. Arona and her staff to anyone looking for an amazing doctor and an amazing staff.
By: Winston S.
Krishnan, Indran B MD
Excellent Dr. and Staff. They make you feel like family. I would highly recommend to everyone. All of the regular's, Joe, Kathy, Stephanie, Jennifer are amazing as Dr. Krishnan.
By: Nicole A.
Community Family Practice & Urgent Care, P.C.
Cathy the NP is very unprofessional, prejudice, and does not do what she says she is going to do. She was suppose to call a specific medication in and called in the a different on for a totally different issue. This could have been a fatal mistake if my pharmacist and I didn't catch her mistake. I don't understand why she didn't call in the medicine we discussed. When I asked her she was opionionated about one of my current Meds. I never lied or hid any of my Meds or history. She made a crucial mistake if not reading my history before entering the exam room.
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By: John S.
Community Family Practice & Urgent Care, P.C.
First let me say that Dr. Osowa is an excellent physician. He is attentive to his patients. The problem is the way his offices are run. He is the only doctor among 6 nurse practitioners in his Buford office and he is only in 3 days a week. His wife is the person ruining the practice by trying to make it into a mega profitable practice while sacrificing patient care and consideration. The terrible scheduling by his staff always has them running behind after the first appointment of the day. I can not stress enough that you should NOT support this type of business because if you accept 45 min to an hour wait times, you are telling this business, and others like it, that its OK to screw you out of your time and your "appointment" means nothing to them. Because the the "business" atmosphere and the rushed medical care after extreme waits, this place should be avoided and do your part and tell at least one other person to avoid them.
By: Dennis M.
Dr. Sreeni R Gangasani, MD
Dr Gangasani truly cares for his patients. He and his staff are accommodating and caring. He is truly a specialist.
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By: Nateli lifetime M.
New League Family Practice
Great company, people are aim to please and take care of you. Care for your family is what they do.....
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By: Rosalia B.
Community Family Practice & Urgent Care, P.C.
Folks be aware these company is very dishonest, they charge my wife and me extra $$ for visit on Saturday without disclosing this upfront. Very un professional
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