Best 30 Family Doctor in Louisville, KY with Reviews - YP.com

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03/27/2015
By: Tea R.
Pearl Medical Care Center
Good Dr and NP. Most office staff is good, however if you need a referral to anything else you either won't get it because the girl that should be doing them doesn't, or you will have to call them endless times to get it done. Even after the new girl took over, they still aren't getting done unless you have your insurance company call to get it done for you. Moral of the story, if you're fairly healthy and just need routine medical care and no referrals, this is the office for you- at least until they find someone who will actually do the referrals in a timely manner.
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10/11/2016
By: Alan M.
Robert W Copley II MD
Dr. James Wright is a terrific doctor, with every quality you could want - he is compassionate, he listens, and he knows his stuff. He is also very cautious, making sure that the treatment will not do you more harm than good. He does his best not to keep you waiting, but sometimes that is inevitable, due to no fault of his own. Emergencies happen. I wholeheartedly recommend Dr. Wright.
06/28/2013
By: jlworl
Robert W Copley II MD
Amy Davis is the absolute best, most caring doctor I have ever had. I had been to specialist after specialist with no luck. Once I started seeing Amy, within a matter of months, she diagnosed multiple issues I had been dealing with for years! She is amazing and I would recommend her to anyone. She doesn't stop until all of your ailments have been cured!
02/26/2014
By: jill.stribling1
Physicians Primary Care
Friendly, take time to answer your questions, a lot of drs Do not do that anymore. They have helped me a lot. I'm greatful to them.would recommend them easily.The staff n nurses are just as helpful n friendly. Very good place to choose!!!
12/07/2010
By: tonya_b
Robert W Copley II MD
This physician was rude and inconsiderate. I was uncomfortable and for a person like this, he will always deny his actions. I decided to discontinue my visits with Dr. J.E.W. and went elsewhere.
01/01/2017
By: Terrz S.
Pearl Medical Care Center
The office staff are professional and friendly. Dr. Blair is always very thorough and has exemplary bedside manner. I would recommend Pearl Medical to friends and family.
08/22/2016
By: Tim M.
Iroquois Family Medicine
I'm a long-time a patient, and these are the best doctors in town. Dr. Mattingly and Dr. Trinkle take their time and really listen to you, and they really care.
06/28/2017
By: Kourtney K.
Iroquois Family Medicine
Fantastic doctors and the staff if much improved over the last few years. I appreciate how each doctor truly seems to care about me.
11/03/2014
By: Mike H.
MYCare Family & Afterhours Clinic
This is a great family's doctors office for alduts and children. They will follow up on all your medical needs...THANKS MY CARE!!!
09/17/2014
By: app2twm
Iroquois Family Medicine
Great, caring doctors! They spend plenty of time with the patient, and they seem to really care about your well-being.
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