Henry County Medical Center in Stockbridge, GA with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Gladwyn B.
Brice Choi MD
Doctor Brice Choi is an outstanding physician is every sense of the word. I came to Dr. Choi with a sleep issue that had bothered me for a number of years and was getting worse with each passing day. I had been to other Doctors who performed a quick exam and prescribed sleeping aids that did nothing to improve my situation. On my first visit, Doctor Choi listened to my description of symptoms and followed up with a number of questions that demonstrated his in-depth knowledge in this field of medicine. After the examination he gave me a brief summary of his initial assessment, but said that he needed more information to make a full diagnosis. At his direction I completed a few test and x-rays and returned for a second visit. On the second visit he fully focused on the data at hand and he came to a final diagnosis. He explained my illness in detail, to include the fact that the cause was not yet fully understood by medical science. As such, there was a diversity of treatments that had proved useful. We then worked together to find the best solution for me. Almost immediately, I began sleeping more. Now six months later I have near normal sleep patterns. Doctor Choi produced these results using his exceptional skill to diagnose the illness, develop treatments and expertly maximize the one that worked best for me. If you are looking for a Doctor to hand out pain meds or rubber stamp a disability claim when the case does not present the appropriate justification then he is not your guy. But if you are looking for a skilled professional who brings his best effort to work every day and never stops training himself and his staff, then he’s your man.
By: Stephen M.
Dr. Satyanarayana Rao Cheti, MD
I was recommended Dr. Cheti's services when my endocrinologist retired. Although apprehensive that the medical services and expertise might not match those of my retired doctor, I soon learned I should not have worried. I was fully tested and one new deficiency and one excessive factor was found. Both doctor and staff are friendly, proficient,and work quickly. Waits are always minimum. Waiting area is quite pleasant. I'm quite pleased with them.
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By: lucy1930281
Rodney N Kreider MD
Dr. Kreider is a fairly good dr. His staff on the other hand is very rude and unprofessional. The nurses are nice it is the front desk workers that are the problem. I am still trying to straighten out a mess they caused -charging me when my insurance does not require me to pay. Dr. Kreider however mumbles a lot and it hard to understand. He doesn't pay too much attention to you and just glances at the problem.
By: Denise W.
Apex Family Healthcare ServicesLLC
I have been a client through APEX for a while. The facility is real nice and clean. The staff makes you feel comfortable when you arrive. They seem to really care about their clients like you're family. I would HIGHLY recommend the services .
By: Tyler H.
Regional Medical Group
I had a very positive experience at regional medical group. The staff was very friendly and the facility was clean and professional. Very happy with my visit and I no longer have the back pain I had prior to my visit.
By: Thomas B.
Regional Medical Group
Everything about Regional Medical Group pleased me. The doctors, the staff, the facility, all top notch. Would highly recommend to anyone.
By: Daniel C.
Berry Neil C MD
Dr. Berry is absolutely wonderful. He did a fantastic job on my son when he fractured his femur. Highly recommend!
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