Walnut Creek Family Practice in Mcdonough, GA with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Robyn L.
Family Medical of McDonough
I could not get an appointment with my GP for 4 days, so I went to this walk in that my husband goes to regularly. The ladies at the front were wonderful. I was prepared to wait, but not prepared for the freezer/waiting room I was sitting in. Once, in the back (warmth!) The nurse was wonderful, Dr. Reed was wonderful, shots in my butt- not wonderful. But by the time i picked up my prescription the swelling was gone. Wonderful walk in practice! I just wish i could switch from my doctor to them. But without appointments...
By: Raphael W.
Family Medical of McDonough
The people that work here are a bunch of crooks. I went in for a physical as a private pay patient. I used my credit card to pay for it. They told me my charge was $90. They charged my credit card $90 plus an additional $300. When i noticed i called them back and they refused to refund, but they admitted doing it as an oversight. I never got my $300 back. Dr. Imes and the Ofc Manager are crooks. Stay away.
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By: ga6405
Family Medical of McDonough
After having a horrible experience at a local urgent care, I went to family medical as a walk in. The receptionist was very nice and was efficient in getting me checked in. I saw a provider named Elizabeth and she was wonderful! She had a great personality and really put me at ease. I will definitely be back. Thanks for the great experience!
By: Teresa W.
Highpoint Family Practice
Wendy Parrish and HighPonit Family Practice staff has been just wonderful They are kind,professional, and caring. I felt that each member was sensitive to my health problems, I received the best of care and I thank the entire staff of Highpoint. The only recommendation is to expand as they are outgrowing their new office.....
By: Matt P.
Highpoint Family Practice
I loved my visit at Highpoint Family Practice, the office nice and clean and the front desk was very welcoming, everyone there knew how to make a great impression on a patient. And the quality of care i received was awesome, im 38 and i must say there at the top of my list for health care.
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