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03/06/2015
By: Rick R.
Frankford Avenue Family Practice, P.C.
I switched to Frankford Avenue Family Practice a few years ago. The office is awesome. It is clean and very professional looking. I have seen Dr. Miller and Dr. Franzi and they are extremely thorough and caring. The thing I like best is they always are available to see me when I’m sick even if I walk in without an appointment. They will help me get appointments with specialists that are hard to get in to. They have a patient web portal so I can request refills on my medications and I can see my test results. I have nothing but positive things to say about this office and the doctors. They are much better than my previous doctor who never seemed to be available.
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03/06/2015
By: David H.
Frankford Avenue Family Practice, P.C.
I have been going to Frankford Ave. family Practice for 7 years. The office is fantastic. They always manage to get me right in when I'm sick and the wait in the office is usually very brief. I can always reach the Doctors when the're on call and they are very responsive. I see Dr. Miller and he's a great doctor. he really cares about me and always calls me right away with test results. I would highly recommend this office and Dr. Miller.
08/17/2012
By: lynn.shuchat
Frankford Avenue Family Practice, P.C.
Dr. Wohl has been my doctor for 10 years. I love this doctor, I even followed him from another practice. I have referred several family members and friends to him and they all feel the same way. Be prepared to wait however for he is very thorough with his patients.
08/18/2013
By: aisha.sbaiby
Rybicki Family Practice PC
This Dr. Literally saved my life. He takes his time to listen to you. Don't rush and very pleasant. If he did not get me into the hospital when he did, I would have died. I would never change even when my insurance did, I didn't! !!
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04/14/2017
By: Maria M.
Frankford Avenue Family Practice, P.C.
It is really frustrating that the office closes at 12 n u call thr office and they have it not accepting phone calls saying the office is closed and its only 11:45. Its bad enough a drs offices closes at 12. This happens routinely
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10/29/2015
By: Steven T.
Juniata Family Practice
Dr. Gorti is the best..I have been seen Dr. Gorti for more than a year but lately there is a new girl work at the front desk, she really got on my nerve.. due to that I might have to change to a new dr..
01/14/2015
By: Raghav R.
Oxford Circle Family Medicine
The doctors are very good and professional. However the counter staff and the receptionist handling phone calls are rude and not helpful.
06/17/2013
By: giababy
Philadelphia Family Medicine Associates PC
The best of doctors in South Phila,office staff is friendly and curtious toward patients.
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