Best 30 Physicians Surgeons Family Medicine General Practice in Louisville, KY with Reviews - YP.com
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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.
05/23/2017
By: Kip W.
Victor J. Shpilberg, MD
This is my mom's doctor. Every time I take her, it doesn't matter that she has an appointment and gets there on time, all the drug reps get priority over patients. They walk in and usually go right back. Unless he's already got another drug rep back there talking with him. Sometimes one of them brings lunch for the entire staff and I'm sure the competing reps are offering great incentives for prescribing their products over the others as well as some kickbacks or commissions.Today I only saw 2 reps come in. Usually, I see at least 6. We were there early, she was taken back and sat over an hour as the doctor kept passing her up to see other people who came in after she did, plus the drug reps. Today my mom had enough and got up and walked out. Spilberg is a good doctor, but needs to be more attentive to his patients instead of drug reps. Possibly set one day aside that he schedules no patients so he can just talk to drug reps and be more efficient about the time he schedules and spends with patients. And today was also a slow day. Only 2 other people in the waiting room. Not sure how many others were already back in exam rooms.
03/07/2017
By: Jenny S.
Iroquois Family Medicine
I waited 45 mins before I was even placed into a room to see a NP. I went in for treatment of a uti & instead was told my urine was clear & given samples for overactive bladder. Although they did say they would send off my urine for a culture & contact me with the results regardless of good or bad. It has been 2 months & I still have never heard from them. Also my calls to the office for the results have not been returned. Now I have a $72 bill from LabCorp for the urine culture because they coded it wrong. Currently waiting on my insurance co to see if they can get through to the office to get it coded correctly. Oh & when my symptoms were worse 2 days later I went to the Walgreens clinic to find out I did in fact have a very bad uti; blood in urine & all. I do not have one positive thing to say about this office. My family will not be returning.
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.
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10/18/2016
By: Angela S.
Iroquois Family Medicine
This Doctor MD Stacie Tinkle at Iroquois Medical Center, Louisville KY 502-361-8801, 5601 south 3rd street, policy IS, if you are a new patients, and if you have had any major surgery in the past years and was on any type of Narcotic you will not get in as a new patient you will not be ACCEPTED by this office as a new patient. This is what the patients assistant was telling me. she could not tell me WHY. she just kept saying that same thing we can not accept you. I can not help that I had a major surgery and they put me on a narcotic for a couple of days. Its was for 5 days after the surgery but 2 days after the surgery I didn’t even finish the medication. I started myself on regular Tylenol. This is TOTAL DISCRIMINATION but the IROQUOIS Medical Center.. WOW... I was Prescribe the medication I didn't buy it of the streets. I have two insurance company's that I can find a better doctor.
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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.
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.
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08/16/2016
By: Jewell D.
Pearl Medical Care Center
I hear them talking all the time about people and that's so wrong who are they? really!! I use to love this Doctor but' I can't respect him now ! HE WAS JUST FAKING TO GET MY MONEY!!!
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03/03/2016
By: Kandice D.
Pearl Medical Care Center
Too many things to complain about.. They just want your money. The tell u keep coming back. So you come back then they say an do nothing and tell you to come back again. Ppl who really need medicine don't get anything but every drug dealer that walks in there comes out with green script
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02/02/2016
By: Rachel C.
MD2U
Nurse Practitioner is very nice and competent. Patient Coordinator is polite (basically an appointment scheduler). Medication management department is incompetent, illiterate, lazy and hateful. Emergency meds take up to 48 hours to get transmitted to pharmacy, and they make serious, potentially fatal mistakes because they can't read. Not all medicines that start with D are the same. Personal experience. Filing Medicare complaint. Wonder how many people have died because of their medication management department.
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