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05/25/2017
By: Terri H.
Dr. Nivedita S Bijoor, MD
New to the area and so happy I found Dr. Bijoor and the staff at Oakview. Dr. Bijoor is very thorough and takes time to explain and and answer questions. I've also seen April Johnson as well as the PAnd was pleased with the care I received from both. Sometimes there may be a bit of a wait but I think it's because they take the time and care with each patient. I highly recommend Dr. Bijoor and Oakview.
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01/20/2017
By: Kathy W.
Dr. Nivedita S Bijoor, MD
Dr. Nivedita Bijoor, Oakview Medical Associates, is my primary care doctor and has proven to be an expert in treating and managing all my medical needs. I have never had a physician care for me as well as she is doing.I had come to Dr. Bijoor with a number of troubling symptoms that I had either ignored or had been missed in previous medical examinations. Under her care, I learned that I have a serious condition and other potentially serious issues for which I am now being successfully treated.With every referral to specialists, I count on Dr. Bijoor to review the results and coordinate my treatment plans and look for issues that might arise from my having to see more than one doctor.Our journey continues and my overall well-being has greatly improved since we began to work together on my health.I trust Dr. Bijoor to continue managing my care and to help me detect new issues as they may arise.Kathy E. Wright
08/23/2016
By: Catherine M.
Dr. Nivedita S Bijoor, MD
Sheesh, no option for zero stars huh? They define I don't deserve the one. The absolute worst doctors office experience I've ever had. The nurse practitioner APRIL JOHNSON is the rudest person in the medical field that I've ever had to deal with. It was absolutely unreal. A joke. She could care less what happens with patients. She is a waste of time. Please to don't waste your time and money here. She was completely dead and heartless. I don't know if someone pissed in her corn flakes this morning or if she's racist or what but if you want to deal with some one who actually gives a damn, do your self a favor and steer clear of this office and especially APRIL JOHNSON. Don't say I didn't warn you....
08/15/2016
By: A M.
Dr. Nivedita S Bijoor, MD
If I could give 0 stars, I would. This office is absolutely terrible. I have seen other reviews for this office that say they have screwed up billing. Not only did they do that with me, the office "manager" will not even attempt to fix it (she also only works about 2 hours a week - so trying to reach her is impossible). They are completely unprofessional, will not admit their mistakes, screw up tests and it will end up costing you in the end. Steer clear, unless you want to spend months trying to get their errors fixed. Not worth it. I would recommend anywhere else. Do not go here.
02/16/2012
By: elnewkirk
Wilson Robin A DO
great dr!! very caring and thorough.never rushes you thru your appt. answers all of your questions so you understand what is happening and why
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