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By: Lee B.
Dr. Ammar Razzak, MD
I have been seeing Dr. Razzak for more than 5 years. He listens, he explains, and his entire staff create an atmosphere of "be-of-service". I have never waited more than 10 minutes to see him when I had an appointment. My only complaint is that I did not start going to him sooner.
By: Patricia E.
Pasadena Villa - Smoky Mountain Lodge
I would NEVER recommend Pasadena Villa Smoky Mountain Lodge. I sent my son there and the care was terrible. The so called "Doctors" were a joke. They didn't care one bit about my son/there patients. My son was there for 6 weeks and can home worst then when he left. They are very unprofessional. All they care about is getting there money. I had 2 staffers use profanity with me (they thought they hung up the phone from me and started talking about me and my son. . . While using profanity). They will promise you the world but never deliver. They have caused more trauma to my son and has set him back (in the progress he had already made). They were going to try and bill our insurance to save us some money and they made a claim but with the "wrong code" now we are STILL working with the insurance company to get it straightened out. It was an absolutely terrible experience!! Please reconsider sending your child/loved one there. Please Beware.
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By: Terri E.
University Wound Care
Everyone was awesome. They made 8 months of healing 4 ulcers feel like my family . I recommend them if you have a wound.
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By: lynnlawson
Cole Colleen Dnp
Waited over three weeks for appt. Le conte sent me ,was given no medicine for my abdominal pains,.Told they will line up test at le conte. That never happened until I called and assisted and complained to these people .Finally went to le conte for tests ,they messed test up had to go back next day . Had to call again to hope to get results,waited once again for follow up at hope.Was told you need gastroenterlogist we will make appt.It has been 19 days. Now no call ,I have lost over 20 pds. Because of these people. Save your money these people dont care. In my opinion they want to collect money at visits but have no intentions on helping the person. LEFT TO DIE.
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By: Lindsey B.
Pasadena Villa - Smoky Mountain Lodge
Please do not send a loved one here. I trusted this facility with my loved ones life and unfortunately she took her life at this facility while under watch of the staff. It is a dangerous place. It hurts me to even write this to this day, but I would not be able to live with myself If another family had to go through what mine what through.
By: Ann S.
Great Smokies Family Medicine
Don't waste your time looking for a good Doctor here. The staff is rude and has absouletly no compassion towards patients who suffer from chronic (nerve) pain. Never mind the fact that they have too many patients to give anyone quality care. Heed my advise, look elsewhere for Primary Care.
By: Cheryl N.
Dr. Ammar Razzak, MD
I was very impressed with Dr Razzak. His attention to detail and way of explaining his medical decisions specifically for me is what I was looking in a Doctor. I finally feel confident I am in good medical hands.
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By: Janice T.
Boulevard East
This is the best primary care doctor I have ever been to in my life. I had not felt well for years before becoming his patient in May 2014. He took an extended amount of time to talk with me and to explore my medical history rather than running me through quickly and impatiently as has been my experience with other doctors. He did a comprehensive panel of blood work and testing in search of the the reasons for my lethargy, lack of energy and general poor health at age 46. Consequently, we discovered several issues that could be easily treated with the correct, specific medications. It made me very frustrated and rather angry that I had suffered for YEARS with these conditions before someone took the time to do the proper test rather than just writing a "catch all" prescription to treat the symptoms. I am grateful to report that at 47 I fell better than I felt at 37! All of this progress is the result of his thorough and thoughtful diagnosis and TESTING and then proper treatment and follow up. Most medical professionals with whom I am have interacted seem hesitant to order tests and treat issues aggressively because they are slaves to the insurance companies. Dr. B does what he feels is best for his patients and lets the chips fall where they may. I am thankful for his tenacity and his willingness to work for the good of his patients instead of always looking out for the bottom dollar as his first priority. He continues to take time to personally talk with me at each visit, to LISTEN to what I have to say, addresses both current and chronic issues and makes me feel as if my health truly matters to him. I highly recommend him (I drive an hour and a half to see him.) if you are looking for a doctor that truly cares and will work for you and your health.
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By: Debra M.
Great Smokies Family Medicine
The staff in this office are very unorganized! The doctor seems to be very passionate and caring but the workers there do not carry out orders in a timely manner.
By: Deborah F.
Dr. Ammar Razzak, MD
I highly recommend Dr. Razzak, I'm cautious about doctors these days. But after seeing him for over a year, I trust his care. He is very knowledgeable and up to date on things. He takes time with you and doesn't rush you out the door for next patient.
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