Best 30 Female Primary Care Physicians in Savannah, GA with Reviews - YP.com
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07/11/2016
By: Zabi M.
Abercorn Family Medical Center
I probably called their number several times to just talk to customer service, and they kept hanging up the phone. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL.
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02/26/2015
By: Ryan D.
Elizabeth Family Practice Center
I took my wife here for an appointment at 10:00 a.m. this morning. We were told to arrive at 9:45 to fill out paperwork. After we arrived on time, we did not receive the paperwork until 10:23 a.m., and although there were only 3 other people in the waiting room, she wasn't called back until 12:20 p.m., 2hrs and 20 minutes after the appointment. It took another 15 minutes for Dr. Abayode to enter the room, and he began asking her a series of questions that she had previously answered to the nurse. The Doctor took the nurse into the hall and chewed her out. Upon entering the reentering the room, the nurse mumbled "I hate him," under her breath. "What?" my wife asked. "That's why he can't keep anyone here," muttered the nurse, who dropped the subject when the doctor entered the room. My wife informed the doctor as to how long we had been waiting. He then began to fuss at her, saying "Well why were you waiting for over two hours?" As if it was our fault that he left us in the waiting room for that long. After being rudely fussed at by the doctor, we left as he continued to fuss as we exited the building. Never have I seen such horrible bedside manner from a doctor who boasted that he had been a physician for 29 years. I hope this review saves someone else the near three hours of our life we wasted dealing with such an unprofessional individual.
12/23/2014
By: Jackie D.
Memorial Health Univ Phys
Went there for 28 years and had little to no problems with doctors or staff. About 5 or 6 years ago they assigned me a doctor that got so upset when I asked her where she had went to medical school (I believe she thought I was questioning her qualifications but this was a question that I had asked every doctor when I initially saw them) that she lied to the director stating that I had cursed the office administrator. Without asking for my side of the story the director, who was new to me, summarily dismissed me. The office administrator told me that "doctors never lie" which I found to be not only naive but somewhat funny (the office administrator never filed a complaint and could not recall me ever cursing any one but nevertheless sided with the doctor and the director) . Found another doctor after Dr. Clemons lied to the director. I can not recommend this family practice clinic and would urge people to seek out a doctor elsewhere.
08/10/2013
By: caringaboutothers
First Choice Wellness & Physical Medicine
Dr. B is the worst doctor i have ever seen. She laughs when people cry, she yells at her patients and Dr. Davies is very weird and did nothing but hurt my back worse. After going to physical therapy and another chiropractor I am finally well though. Stay far away from these doctors especially Dr. B she is the least caring doctor I have ever had.
11/20/2012
By: pumpkinspice
Memorial Health Univ Phys
Dr. Devani is great. Very personable and respectful. I will definitely try to stick with him from now on. I've seen 4 doctors there, and 3 of them I liked. The other was all right--she was a little standoffish.Sometimes there's a bit of a wait for your appointment, but overall I've had good experiences here. The front desk staff and nurses are for the most part friendly, and there are some that are especially nice and sympathetic.
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