Hillcrest Medical Center in Simpsonville, SC with Reviews - YP.com

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By: adirish
Doctors Care
I only waited for about 30-45 mins and there were approximately 6 people ahead of me when I arrived at 4:00. The staff was was very friendly and Dr. Romano was the best doctor I've ever seen...no kidding! He communicated everything to me and even took me back to see my x-rays (I had a broken foot.) He gave me a couple of options and made me feel like I was the only patient in the building. He didn't rush in and out of the room like most doctors these days. I would definitely go back to see Dr. Romano!
By: Crystal A.
Oakview Medical Associates Dr Nita Bijoor
i have been going to Dr. Bijoor for alittle over 2 years now and the staff are always friendly. They remember you as a person and not just another appointment. I have not had any problems with getting appointments and all scheduled and they always make sure that everything is taken care of when you visit not just one thing then make you get another appointment for anything else. I would recommend Dr. Bijoor's office to anyone who is looking for a good family doctor.
By: Carolyn J.
McCraw Andrew S Family Medicine
Dr. McCraw and the folks at McCraw Family Medicine are knowledgeable, caring, helpful, etc. Of all the doctors I have had over my life time, he is my favorite.
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