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10/03/2016
By: Asia B.
Harris Patricia Wyatt G MD
My name is Asia Bunner, I'm usually not one to complain but I've had issues with west and east location now for almost a month and I'm ready to find another OBGYN if one more issue comes up that is out of my hands again. I've patiently waited to simply just get birth control. (IUD) First of all, I call the east office today at 9:30am looking to talk to someone right then and there and not have to leave a message, that's why they have three people up at the front desk. Well the automated voice message specifically says at the end, ''For all other options please wait and your call will be answered shortly in the order it was received.'' So five seconds later passes and it hangs up on me every time. I won't get into any more detail about everything else that happened but my point is, I've heard a lot of good stuff about these offices but my experience has been frustrating so far. Both offices have miscommunicated with me four times now and they haven't been professional about it.
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06/08/2015
By: Kathy H.
Parks, Jon, MD
I have been going to Dr. Jared Scott for about 4 years now. I have stenosis of the cervical area which means I have to have epidurals periodically. Dr. Scott and all of the people who work there from the front desk, nurses, insurance, accounting and others who work behind the scene have a professionalism about the office that makes you feel warm, welcome and friendly. It's as if you're the only patient there. Dr. Scott took the time to show me the x-rays, visit with me about treatment and answer any questions that I might have. They are very through and they make sure you understand what is going on. I have sent several friends to Advanced Pain Medicine and all I have heard from them was praises. I personally highly recommend Advanced Pain Medicine for all pain management issues. Dr. Scott Rocks as my grandkids would say.
09/28/2016
By: Judy W.
Via Christi Clinic
My Grandson was taken to this immediate care facility for a dislocated elbow. It was xrayed to make sure it wasn't broken and sent home with instructions to follow up in 1 week if no improvement. This 20 month old couldn't get up if he fell over. He was in severe pain for 20 hours until my daughter looked on line and did what it said to fix it. Immediate relief and use of an arm that had been hanging with a curled finger for 20 hours. THEY knew what it was (milk maid elbow) but did nothing. I think there should be no charge for that visit and I'm sure my young grandson does too.
10/20/2012
By: mssweeth2o
Specialty Clinic
Different doctor every time. Also, if you or your child happen to be ill don't expect them to give you an excuse for work or school. If you happen to argue with them enough to get one they usually make it out to sound like you are a liar. I'm sure there are people out there who abuse the "system" to get out of work or school. Not all people have the luxury of taking off work whenever and who wants to have to sit at the doctor's office for 2 hours anyway? I'll be finding a new doctor's office first thing tomorrow!
06/04/2014
By: sandy_s
Galichia Medical Group PA
Made an appt with Dr. Galichia and was surprised to see his PA instead. PA immediately told me to cut my carvedilol (Coreg) in half. Had testing and scheduled a nuclear stress test. Became weaker and called, leaving messages, for three days--did not receive a call back. Talked to one of the schedulers about taking the stress test and she said it was unlikely I would see Dr. Galichia but would see the PA again for the results, with an impending cath. Cancelled as a "dissatisfied patient."
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12/25/2016
By: agadalla
Gadalla, Aly A, MD
Dr. Gadalla...takes the time to listen to his patients" "Joining Concierge Medicine of Wichita was the best decision I could make for my busy lifestyle. Having access to Dr Gadalla 24 hours seven days a week is a priceless asset and as easy as emailing or calling him on his cell phone. More importantly, he is a fabulous Doctor and really takes time to listen to his patients. I would highly recommend CMW and Dr Gadalla for anyone who wants the best in life as well as the time to enjoy it"
08/19/2017
By: Too B.
Gadalla, Aly A, MD
Dr. Gadalla greets you with a smile and kind manner that is genuine. He is very knowledgeable with years of experience. I have always come away feeling confident of his diagnosis and treatment plan. I started seeing dr Gadalla after my car accident and back pain management. He treated me very well and was very understanding of the car accident injury dynamics. Highly recommended. Explained to us his philosophy of Pain Management.
07/25/2017
By: Dayna H.
Axiom Healthcare Services
Axiom Healthcare Services cares about their employees and residents. My grandmother was a resident at Reed's Cove for a short period of time. The atmosphere is welcoming with beautifully built and decorated facilities, not overwhelming or stressful.
01/07/2013
By: acamp0214
Harris Patricia Wyatt G MD
I have a female doctor and she is wonderful but the other I delivered my son and was an even better doctor. I believe they do everything they can. The nurses however are no good I wouldn't call them for any advice I would schedule an appointment.
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11/04/2015
By: Victoria D.
IMC Immediate Medical Care East
I never write reviews but I am just so satisfied with my visit. It was my first time there it was quick and the doctor was very kind and helpful. She really listened to my problem and was very caring and helpful. It was a very good experience.
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