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By: John D.
Conway Physicians Group Family
BAD,BAD,BAD Don't waste your time. I have been going to this place for two years now and haven't seen the same doctor yet. Then they charge you again as a new patient because the doctor changed. Seen Catherine Schaefer last visit to get meds refilled, she called in six months for two scripts and only four months for the other two so when I called about the mistake she said she would have to see me again to call in any refills but I was just there less then four months ago and I'm suppose to be seen every six. I already am a self pay patient which is expensive enough but to go back because of their mistake, not to mention how very hard it is for me to get time off of work and my only day off in the week is Sunday and they are closed. The professionalism over the phone was non existent but I guess it trickles down from the top cause the doctor only seems to care about the money and not her patients. There are too many medical facilities in the area to deal with a poor practice like this.
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By: Jamias C.
Grand Strand Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine P A
I hate the way business is being handled with this organization. Grand Strand Pediatrics has legal binding contracts with insurance companies that they will not comply with. I was told and I quote "It wouldn't be cost efficient to the business to accept your insurance". This was totally inappropriate to tell a customer. This is what I know they pay to be put onto a list to attract customers to offer services a flat fee rate. Instead of honoring business obligations they told me to hand over $200 for my child's circumcision and it wouldn't be covered under insurance. I spoke with a lady in billing and she stated that even though my insurance would maybe cover it they would not accept it due to the fact it wasn't worth it on the business side of things. My insurance covers the service 100% with a $25 copay I understand it's a business but Grand Strand Pediatrics shouldn't sign documentation stating they will service customers at one rate if it's covered, but then switch things over when it doesn't work in their favor. I'm going to report this place to the BBB and the local business chain of commerce for signing binding contracts to offer services at a standard rate then playing the bad for business card when it comes time to pay to take care of obligations.
By: Heather G.
Forest Family Care
The worst service ever. Horrible customer service, esp the billing dept. If you have to find a clinic, go to Doctor's Care. Do not put yourself through the trouble with these .... I'll leave it up to you to fill in the dots..
By: Mb W.
Forest Family Care
I went there twice and was seen within 30 minutes each time. My appointment was for 4:15. this was for my annual wellness exam. My insurance paper was filed improperly, it took several attempts to talk to the coder who was always on vacation or away, maybe working more than one place? I left messages that were never returned. when I did talk to their coder she gave me inaccurate info first blaming the insurance company, when that was debunked she blamed the Dr. saying she didn't authorize it to be coded a wellness exam. I had to pay, my insurance was useless and all I had was a chat with the practioner, who listened to my breathing, I was weighed etc, had prescriptions renewed, and told I could come back for bloodwork and pap etc as part of my wellness exam. Then i'm told it was not marked wellness? They are not trying to make life easier or seem very caring. I got the impression it is all about the money.
By: Denny L.
Harrah Jason
Doctor's office did not answer my questions after I called their office regarging an ulta sound, but gave spouse the info the day before.When I questioned staff, they asked if they should make up answers for me, which I said was stupid, then had doctor accusing me of calling the staff stupid.
By: rytsmom
Forest Family Care
Today while on vacation my 2 year old daughter became very ill. I chose this place over many others in the area since it is a family practice. While checking in there was a sign on the desk asking people to inform the staff if they have a high fever, vomitting, etc. my daughter had those symptoms. I told the staff and there was no reaction. I proceeded to wait over a half an hour while my daughter continued to vomit in the waiting room. Never once did the staff ask to help. It was only after another patient asked the staff if they were going to help my daughter. They then called me up to the desk to inform me that the staff went on lunch. They asked if I could come back an hour and 15 min. later. I was shocked. They wanted my 2 year old to wait a total of 2 hours to be seen when she was clearly really sick. There were doctors still in the office and the staff repeatedly stated that no one could help my daughter. 600 miles from home, a very sick daughter, and not an ounce of care but just wasted time from this practice. I will never go back and will continue to share my experience with others so they don't make the same mistake I did.
By: delline
Conway Physicians Group Family
Wonderful Doctor. She listens to you and very concern.
Tips & Advices
A child should see his or her pediatrician frequently during the first few years. Once the child reaches age 3, parents should schedule a doctor's visit at least once per year. Before that, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents arrange visits according to the following schedule:
  • 2 to 5 days old
  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
  • 30 months old (2.5 years)
No, parents should call 911, an emergency physician, or a pediatric emergency physician if a child suffers an acute illness or injuries. Doctors in these fields are more qualified than pediatricians to handle emergency situations.
A well-visit is a routine visit with a pediatrician to track a child's development, discuss medical or emotional concerns, and receive immunizations and medical advice.
Yes, pediatricians provide immunizations for infants and children up through 21 years.
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