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By: Joyce W.
Amins Family Practice -Dixie Hwy
This is the worst office that I have ever been to. The nurse practitioner Toni lied to me by telling me she was a Doctor. My high blood pressure and high cholesterol was ignored for so long that it caused me to have a stroke. When I took my concerns directly to Dr. Amin I was completely ignored. All voicing my concerns did was got me kicked out of the practice with a bogus excuse. Them neglecting my medical needs nearly cost me my life so if you care about your health this would be the last place I would go.
By: Darren O.
Dodd David T
Worked me in quickly, even though they were very busy. His staff was great in answering questions. Tooth out, pain gone. Thank you.
By: Betty P.
Pleasure Ridge Primary Care
I've been a patient of Doctor Abeyev for more than 15 years and he and his entire staff genuinely care about getting and keeping you well.
By: Chris W.
Figert, Patricia L, MD
Be sure to check out these documents regarding Dr. Patricia Figert if you are considering her for your surgery. Type ‘FIGERT Grievance’ in photo sharing site FLICKR search box. You’ll likely select another surgeon!
By: Lindsay F.
Hunter, Robert K
Dr. Hunter was fantastic. He was very accessible and kind throughout the entire process. We could not have asked for a better physician. The nursing and front desk staff made us feel so welcome and cared for.
By: A C.
Hunter, Robert K
The entire staff at KFI became like a second family to me. Dr. Hunter was extremely thorough and answered all concerns and questions I had, whether it was Saturday night or at a regular doctor's appointment. I cannot say enough positive things about the staff at KFI.
By: Karen V.
Hunter, Robert K
Very professional and caring. Dr. Hunter never made us feel rushed or unimportant. He treated us with respect and gave us 100 percent of his attention, no matter how busy he was.
By: Di W.
Hunter, Robert K
Dr.Hunter was very knowledgeable and always available to answer questions. It was also very easy to make appointments.
By: Jamie N.
Figert, Patricia L, MD
NOTICE! Dr. Figert earned a serious 'Letter of Concern' (5-29-15) from the Ky Medical Board. (another physician witnessed this surgeon ordering an UNNECESSARY procedure and confirmed 11-25-15). She was also cited with a violation at (dated 12-2-16). And finally a doctor representing the hospital acknowledged the lapse of proper protocol with a letter declaring new programs to educate surgeons and staff (letter dated 12-20-16). Dr. Figert NEVER acknowledged this poor judgment. So BEFORE you go under the knife ASK about the above or just go elsewhere!
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By: Alena C.
Adams, Shawn W
A very good doctor that cares about other and has great beside manor. I would recommend him to anyone.
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