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11/06/2016
By: Nori N.
Burgert Jessica W MD Office Manager
Review for Dr. Jessica Burgert with Pinehurst Medical Clinic Dr. Jessica Burgert has been my primary care physician sense July and she is one of the best Doctors I have ever had. It took me about two and a half months to get my first appointment but it was well worth the wait. Dr. Burgert is very nice and caring. She takes the time to truly listen to me and addresses all my issues and answer all my questions. She explains my conditions and work with me to find the best plain of treatment. Dr. Burgert is located 30 minutes away from me but the care she provides makes it worth the drive. Dr. Burgert is truly a blessing after dealing with ongoing health issues for a year and half and dealing with so many Doctors who did not care, did not listen or take my medical issues seriously, rushed the appointment like it was a race, had to wait hours to see, had nasty attitudes, provided horrible care that made me worse or none at all. So, I am extremely happy to have her as my primary care physician! The facility is great, very clean and the staff is nice. The only issue I have is it’s hard to get in contact with anybody at the facility and it took a long time to get seen as a new patient and a long time to be seen for my physical appointment but besides that everything else is great. I recommend Dr. Jessica Burgert 100%! She is a great Doctor!
12/12/2013
By: wnicole3
Community Family Medicine
Leaving Pinehurst Medical to come to Community Family Medicine has made me so much happier and life is a lot less stressful. I did not know what to expect at CFM. I think God knew exactly where I needed to be. I can't say enough wonderful things about Dr. Cates. I left there feeling like I found a doctor who actually cares. She is wonderful. I look forward her being my new lifelong doctor. I didn't realize doctors could be so caring or at least I had never met one until now! Very happy and I feel really relieved. Thank you Dr. Cates
01/13/2015
By: Glenda R.
Community Family Medicine
Dr Daphne Cates...Should have left my old primary drs along time ago..she was just so precious and very caring i was so impressed when i went today...i cannot express enough ....what an awesome move i made... thank you so much Dr Cates for seeing me today :))
04/18/2015
By: anthony v.
Community Family Medicine
Dr. Cates is one of a kind, never have I had a Dr. who read my hospital report before my appointment and had questions about me. She is the first Dr. I have been to who really cares and she will be my DR. for the rest of my life.
05/16/2014
By: Claudia Z.
Dr. Dana Leann Garrett, MD
Dana is an excellent practitioner! always ready to help :)
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