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01/12/2017
By: Gus T.
Total Care Physicians
While the physicians in this practice are top notch, I have, for ten years been unable to get the office to effectively respond to messages left on the phone. When my calls have been ignored I have had to actually drive to the office to get a prescription re authorized. Requests for referrals go ignored. If you have a high tolerance for frustration, go ahead and choose this practice
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04/27/2016
By: Christine K.
Family Practice Associates Pa
Called in and no help, looked online and no help. Most unprofessional staff. I will be alerting Tricare (insurance company) to do an investigation and potentially drop these providers. As well as writing as many reviews online as humanly possible. Never been treated so disrespectfully by someone who answers phones for a living. When I had a CT Scan w/ contrast, I called twice for results. Never received a call back from the NP but I did receive a letter via USPS 8 days later saying I was okay. No follow up treatment of tests. To this day never got any answers. I called today to schedule an appointment or have a script called in for a cold sore.. they are not available to see me until the end of May. When I asked to speak to an office manager or a nurse they took my information and will "call me back" Unlikely to happen since they wouldn't even call back with test results.
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04/08/2016
By: Kerry M.
Stoney Batter Family Medicine
I'm sure the doctors here are fine, my husband is a patient. However, the staff at the front desk are rude and unhelpful. Poor customer service is annoying in any industry, but in the healthcare it is cruel to treat someone not feeling well as if you're bothering them to do their job. I will be looking for another doctor. If I can't be treated with professionalism and respect on the frontline then I can't be bothered.
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05/28/2015
By: Melissa P.
Bancroft Family Care
I totally disagree with the other review. This is a great doctor and the people are very friendly and helpful. If you live anywhere near them and need a new family doctor, this is the place to go.
11/19/2014
By: Christian P.
Bancroft Family Care
DO NOT FALL VICTIM TO THIS SCAM!!!! - the doctor barely speaks English and is simply trying to make $$$$. They do not care about your health at all and will do everything they can to charge you as much as possible. GO ANYWHERE ELSE!!!
08/27/2013
By: priscillar
James Fierro Dopa
I would say: "Dr. Fierro should be your doctor!" Dr. Fierro and his staff practice "personalized medicine". They take time to get to know you and yourconcerns.
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