Medical Group in Troy, MI with Reviews -

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By: Shanna K.
Wolf Lynda MD FACOG
My husband and I recently moved to Michigan and decided to continue our care with Dr. Wolf after a miscarriage post-first IUI in AZ. My husband is generally skeptical of everyone (he is also a physician). However, he was impressed after reviewing her credentials and we decided to trek from Ann Arbor for a consult even though there were plenty of closer options (UM is 2 miles away from us). Our first visit was a consultation that included a ultrasound. We felt completely at ease with Dr. Wolf and were pleased to hear that all our recent (and expensive!) imaging, tests and labwork did not have to be repeated. Dr. Wolf spent significant time not only reviewing potential treatment options but she was also interested in our backgrounds (which she remembered at every visit). Since our IUI worked the first time (but miscarried around 6-7 weeks), she recommended we try IUI again. The actual IUI process was explained clearly and I was provided several schedules and timelines. Although the post IUI appointments are 6:30-7:30 AM first come-first serve, the wait was generally not too long (approx 10 min for bloodwork and possibly another 10 to see the doctor). One thing I really appreciated from both Drs. Wolf and Miller is that they would explain the ultrasounds in detail with me. My other doctor in AZ would provide only minimal details so this was a refreshing change. I also appreciated the doctors' wonderful bedside manner and they genuinely seemed excited for us when things were going well. Another positive to this office is the office staff and nurses. I was shocked to hear they operate daily and yet they all seem welcoming and available. Sure there were times when the waiting room was full and it was evident they may have had a triple-booked schedule, but I never left without unanswered questions nor feeling unsatisfied with the care I received. Another asset to RMA is Nicole. I probably had every known side effect to one of the medications and she (or the other nurses on staff) would return my calls or emails immediately and was incredibly understanding despite my crazy, fluctuating hormones. We also had a scheduling conflict with my husband but she was able to provide options that helped alleviate our stress with my husband's rigid work schedule.My last appointment was today and I am still in shock that I have a seemingly healthy 8 week fetus. Its too early to fully celebrate but regardless, we are hopeful and so incredibly thankful for Dr. Wolf, Miller, Nicole, Kris and the rest of the RMA Staff for providing such excellent care. It was definitely worth the 2 hour round-trip drive and I would recommend this office to anyone with infertility who desires optimal treatment with practitioners who have excellent bedside manner. Plus their cool discharge goodie-bag has this adorable baby spoon. ;)
By: tdlerma
Zawaideh Medical Center
Dr. Pirazda is great - personal and personable, skilled and genuinely caring. Her office staff leave something to be desired, however. They are pretty cold and often have the patient doing tasks that (it seems to me) they should be doing - such as finding out where the patient should be referred to and obtaining the phone number for them. For example, when you tell me I need to find my provider on my own for a service the doc has told me I need, and then I provide you with the name, you should be able to contact the provider and give him/her the necessary information. It is disappointing and irritating for you to expect me to do this for you.
By: Nancy H.
Troy Medical PC
Dr. Bunney, all of the nurses and all of the office staff are the best. There isn't enough praise to cover how great the nurses and staff have been to me - not only professional, thorough and knowledgeable, but so very kind. Dr. Bunney, in my opinion, is the best doctor ever - he has taken such good care of me over the years. He is medically exceptional, very knowledgeable, takes time to know his patients and what they need emotionally and physically and is always there to provide his care and is also very caring and kind. He's the best and I would highly recommend him to anyone.
By: Natalie G.
Dr. Michael J Hubers, MD
Dr. HUBERS, did an excellent knee replacement for my sister, yay. He is the best in his field! Dr. Hubers actually will set down and talk to you and will put your mind at ease.
By: John B.
Zamorano MD Lucia PLC
Dr.Zamorano agreed to operate on me after other surgeons refused. After operation the very next day all symptoms gone for the very first time in years. I have been pain-free.
By: Lori W.
Kulesza Gregory W MD
just changed docs for my daughter and Dr. Kulesza is the best! he's very kind and explained everything to us. Easy to get appts when we need. Highly recommend!
By: Betty P.
Troy Internal Medicine
I am a new patient at Troy Internal Mwdicine and found them to be very professional, courteous and thorough. I would highly recommend this office
By: Chris Z.
Troy Medical PC
Most dedicated, caring, and trustworthy doctor I've ever known! Been a patient for over a decade. Dr. Bunney is an incredible diagnostician.
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By: Laura B.
Dr. Michael J Hubers, MD
Best Doc for knees and hips!
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