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12/23/2014
By: Karen K.
Ashraf, Andrawis, Md - Premier Spine & Pain Ctr
I have been a patient of Dr. Andrawis for around four years. I've always been very happy with his treatment of my pain and have tried some of the injections, even though I didn't get enough pain relief from them to continue them, other than the injections to my hips that really do help.I started seeing Dr. Andrawis when he was at his old location, still on Kingsley, but closer to 17 than Blanding. And before he had all these PA's. Back when he seen every patient personally. But I adjusted to the PA's with few issues. Other than one (who is no longer with him) whom I caught straight up lying. My problem is now that I have custody of my grand daughters the state has afforded me medicaid. And because Dr. Andrawis does not accept medicaid I arranged to try another doctor closer to my home (I live near Jax International Airport) and save my family money on doc appointment co-pays, medications and gas money. Not to mention my time. On the day of my last appointment Dr. Andrawis came and seen me himself. At which time I explained my reasons for trying another doctor and assured him that if I'm not happy with them.....I will be back. At which time he wished me luck and assured me I would be welcome back. Well that's not exactly how it's working out. His front office girl Brittany told me she had to get his permission to schedule me an appointment, per his orders. At which time I told her that he told me to come back if I'm not happy with the new doc I was trying out. That's when she told me that....yeah, he tells everyone that. But the truth is...he requires her to get his permission to schedule a returning patient. So now I'm being jacked around about whether or not he will accept my return. I watched him go from seeing every patient personally, to having at least four PA's. And from never having to wait more than three to five minutes to waiting more than fifteen minutes or more most visits. I feel that the star I have to select in order to post this review should be a one in light of how I'm being treated about returning. But the star choice is really about the care provided, I choose not to be as childish as I'm being treated. GREATLY DISAPPOINTED!!!
12/28/2012
By: allyo
Scheiner David S DO
Dr. Scheiner is truly fantastic. He offers personalized care for each and every one of his patients. He listens to what you have to say, explains completely (in layman's terms!) his diagnosis and treatment plan, and cares to see you get over it, whether that means scheduling a follow up appointment or the offer of "call us if you're not feeling better Monday!". I started going to the Scheiner Clinic in 2009, and he's the only doctor I care to see when I start to feel ill! I don't even see a primary care physician anymore, Scheiner Clinic is my only choice!
05/17/2017
By: Beverly B.
Ashraf, Andrawis, Md - Premier Spine & Pain Ctr
I've been with Dr Andrawis since the office was on Kingsley near 17th. He is SO NICE...yes, I've gone from being spoiled and seeing him personally, but, I've been extremely happy and we'll treated by the PAs. The girl Brittany at the front can stand a little customer service training on how to be more professional, because she tend to be somewhat rude at times and I'm a lot older than her and find it to be disrespectful. I've been a patient of Doc for almost 11 yrs, not going anywhere different..he's awesome, caring, and compassionate
01/12/2016
By: Donna P.
Ashraf, Andrawis, Md - Premier Spine & Pain Ctr
I've been with Dr. Andrawis Premier Spine and Pain Ctr since 2010 and he always treats me with kindness and concern. The office is accommodating about working with my schedule to provide a reasonable time for my appointments. They have always been there for me. All of the staff have been kind-hearted and patient when listening to me. I'd recommend him to anyone/everyone who needs relief of spinal pain.
10/09/2013
Progressive Wellness Medical Center Inc
Went in for Juvederm and Botox , the Juvederm looks great but the Botox does not. My eyebrows drooped bad and I was assured this would not happen , I look half asleep now . I was told by the owner to come back and they would fix it no problem . So after waiting over an hour at my follow up appt it only made things worse. Ive tried contacting the owner again and now getting the runaround.
02/22/2014
By: kyoung1
Family First Primarycare
The Dr.'s @ family first are great! They saw my hubby and I at the same time when we both had the flu. They got us both in together on the same day/same time. The name says it all! They really do put YOUR family first. It's so refreshing to find a dr that cares. Great group & very clean place!
05/25/2013
By: hhchica
Progressive Wellness Medical Center Inc
Shelley did my juvederm and you can truly tell she loves her job! She listened to what I like and did that exactly! She truly aims to please! It was my first time to the Progressive Wellness Center and I had a wonderful experience! Thank you! I will be going back!
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08/26/2016
By: Crystal S.
CareSpot
The doctors, nurses, and staff are positive, upbeat, accommodating and sympathetic! You are greeted with a smile and open ears! They are ready to help and make you comfortable.
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04/04/2017
By: Nick K.
Pointe Med Pharmacy
I've been going there for 2 yrs, I've lost 50 lbs and I'm in better condition than when I 1st started going there
09/04/2014
By: Briget B.
Batlle, Miguel MD
Seems very concerned but is burnt out. Talks more about his problems during visit than yours.Try somewhere else.
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