Pulmonary Associates in Warner Robins, GA with Reviews - YP.com

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05/27/2014
By: Pat R.
Al-Shroof Mohammad N MD
Dr. Al-Shroof & his NP, Gerald, are 2 of the kindest & most capable health care providers I've ever had the great fortune of knowing. Their breadth of knowledge is astounding (Dr A-S reads more journals than I was aware were out there - & I'm in the medical field, too!), yet they don't rely only on what they already know, but research & consult others when there is even a slight uncertainty. They also each listen - truly listen - & do not apply "cookie-cutter medicine" to anyone's case. Sometimes the wait is long, but that is only because they are each spending extra time w/a patient who, for whatever reason that day, needs it. My husband used to grumble until he saw their reaction to an emergency &, since then, says he is glad to wait however long it takes. He now knows that if he ever needs it, it will be willingly given. They each diagnosed conditions multiple specialists either missed totally or had been unable to figure out. Gerald & Dr. Al-Shroof did not stop until we (yes, I was part of the team, not just a lump on the exam table) figured out what was happening, & then how to fix - or at least better - the situation. Even previously diagnosed conditions are continually monitored & obviously considered when I'm not at the office, as new comfort measures or treatments are sometimes suggested, though that's not my main reason for a visit, that day.
11/11/2012
By: emorygriffis
Houston Medical Assoc
nice clean office and exam room's with tv's to watch while you wait for the doctor. friendly, efficient front staff and nurse's. wait time may be a little long but some patient's have simple health issue's while other's have more complex health matter's that the doctor is addressing with each of them. and when this physician enters your exam room, he is focuses on you and your concern's and the best treatment available for you. this is a good, compassionate and knowledgeable doctor and i would place my life in his care any day of the week without hesitation.
10/05/2017
By: H B.
Maher A Abdulla MD
Dr. Abdulla is a great physician. The front office, making appointments etc. I rate 0. very arrogant and no knowledge. Dr. Awawi treats patients with now respect. especially women. Dr. Abdulla handed me down to him. I had a PE. I still don't know why I was in Intensive care for 5 days and I cant remember anything. My heart ej fraction was at 65 now it is at 10%
03/01/2013
By: gawebbs
Patel, Hamantkumar, MD
I went to him after another doctor had mis-diagnosed a problem, he got it right and had me fixed up. One thing, bring a book since he gives others the time he gives you and you may get a chance to read a bit while you wait.
11/07/2016
By: Lynn G.
Dr. Deepti Jain Bhasin, MD
Dr. Deepti Bhasin has the office very organized. It makes you feel like you're not standing around waiting for someone to tell you where to go like in some offices.
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09/14/2015
By: Karen F.
Kamat, Gayatri Dr
Love Dr Kamat, she is wonderful, spent a generous amount of time with me and her staff couldn't be more caring. I highly recommend.KWegener
01/24/2017
By: Jackson L.
Dr. Deepti Jain Bhasin, MD
My son has been seeing Dr. Bhasin for 7 years now. Before finding her, we have lost all hope that we would find a psychiatrist to help him.
09/23/2016
By: Toni M.
Dr. Deepti Jain Bhasin, MD
Dr. Deepti Bhasin and her staff are doing a wonderful job at what they are doing now. There is not a thing they can do to improve.
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07/05/2016
By: Brian A.
Dr. Deepti Jain Bhasin, MD
The cleanliness and overall environment of Dr. Deepti Bhasin's office exceeds my expectations of a medical practice.
06/02/2016
By: Connor S.
Dr. Deepti Jain Bhasin, MD
Dr. Deepti Bhasin has an excellent excellent office staff. They answer all questions I have regarding everything.
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