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By: Jennifer M.
Grace Family Medicine
The doctors are great. It's everything else with this office that is poorly run. Giving wrong dates for appointments and sending wrong refill of prescriptions multiple time to my pharmacy on several different occasions. Completely incompetent staff. Rude, unless your handing them money their useless over the phone.
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By: Kenny H.
East Ridge Family Medicine
That office is the worst office I've ever experienced!!! The receptionists, Tracy and Lisa are extremely rude and unhelpful. Lisa even hung up on me and when I called back she answered and hung up again without saying hello. Im searching for a new provider. I can't stand to a patient there any longer.
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By: Christina C.
Sunrise Pediatrics
The best pediatricians in Rochester, hands down. Excellent follow up, very thorough, kind, compassionate, great with children. My children have been here since birth (now ages 11 and 14).
By: Joseph S.
Unity Family Medicine - Parkway
One of the most talented and forward thinking Dr.’s I’ve ever met!!
By: ali.cheech
East Ridge Family Medicine
I Have only had bad experiences. My doc is out of town so I went to the er. I'm in a high level of pain, so the hospital directed me to call my primary and the won't see me for five days. When I asked nurse Kelly to explain that to the hospital so they could help she said" I don't have time for this your appointment is at 3 and hung up on me
By: lfirst
Brighton Family Medicine
The office is outdated and the front desk staff is very unprofessional. I've never experienced such non-chalant customer service ever...especially in what's supposed to be a "professional" setting. I could probably deal with the outdated office, but the unprofessionalism is unacceptable, especially with so many other offices to choose from.
By: sewmama
East Ridge Family Medicine
This entire practice has the worst set of doctors that I ever met. The PA was pretty terrible too! I was sick for years until I left this practice and went to a specialist who diagnosed me properly and then I found a great doctor who figured out the origin of my ailments in two visits....Wheat. So simple, yet these arrogant and test happy docs could not figure it out. If I could give this practice a negative star I would.
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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:
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  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
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