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10/16/2013
By: 3momnpr
The Pediatric Specialists Medical Grp
nice people, quality carethis is a good doctor in comparison to many others ive heard about. they are very vaccine pushing so thats the only reason its not 5 stars. they tend to medicate everything, but the level of care given is good. dr pham is an LC who offered breastfeeding support anytime i needed it and for the most part this office is circumcision friendly. i have seen all the doctors in the practice (Pope, Hassell, Pham, Hernandez) and i like pope the best then Pham. i would not recommend Hernandez. the front office staff is extremely friendly. never once had a problem with them. one or two of the nurses in back seem to be behind the times with misinformation but i know enough to look past them (no office is perfect) but the doctors seem to know about it. i would recommend this office because its better than the average. i would prefer a natural or more holistic like doctor but can not find one with out insurance. they take medicaid but only medipass medicaid.
06/24/2015
By: Bob S.
The Pediatric Specialists Medical Grp
Both of my boys have been with this practice for the last 12 years. We have seen all four providers and love them all! It is obvious that they care for their patients and their families and they know their stuff. I highly recommend The Pediatric Specialists.
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09/28/2016
By: Cali W.
The Pediatric Specialists Medical Grp
I'm not sure what Dolce Honey was talking about. This is an amazing pediatrics office. The whole staff is friendly and you can tell that the Drs truly care about their patients. My kids love to come here!
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09/28/2016
By: Wendy A.
The Pediatric Specialists Medical Grp
Wonderful staff and facility.. Very friendly nurses and Medical Assistants. The doctors were very friendly and knowledgable.
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