Reading some of the comments on here, I must admit I was skeptical. BUT when I took into consideration that some of these people can not spell correctly and they probably did not get the service THEY think they deserve at that time. Having once worked in this exact field, I can look at things in a different light. It is a very small office but is NEVER crowded. Knowing that MOST doctor offices book patients 2-3 every 15 minutes, I have been in and out of the office in no longer than 1 hour and that was with Dr. Johnson spending an incredible amount of time with my oldest daughter going over family medical history (her father passed away at a young age). I will admit he is a little persistent with baby feedings and quantity, but that shows that he is caring about our growing epidemic of obesity (myself included). The staff is friendly and understanding of my little ones "stranger danger" personality, I know how frustrating that can be when your just trying to get a temperature :) The rooms are small, but clean... I don't even ever smell a dirty diaper. Even with my knowledge of vaccines, I still asked certain questions JUST to get his perspective on it, and he would always answer me with great detail. I would suggest anyone to go see Dr. Johnson. We have been going there for a year now and my husband and I LOVE it there. I am thankful that I did not take into consideration the previous posts.
Very honest! This is not something that I generally don't expect when I call any kind of contractor. We thought we had a problem that most contractors would charge $500-$1000 to fix (busted pipe under a slab foundation.) Drexler Tom Plumbing and Remodeling Co representative came over for a free estimate and found that our actual problem will only cost us $5-$15 for us to fix ourselves and they didn't charge us a penny! They will be the first ones I call the next time I have a plumbing problem. The honesty is definitely appreciated. I would definitely recommend this company to a friend. More detail on the problem: We had water coming up from underneath slab foundation, so we thought it was a busted pipe. They took a look at the problem and found that it was the condensation from the furnace (because a pipe wasn't insulated) that was going entering the slab at one spot and coming up at the low point in the slab, so it just looked like that it was coming from underneath.
Hi; My name is Jerry Schafer. My father was a patient at Nortons Hospital in Louisville, Ky Oct. 27th until he passed early Monday Nov. 2nd. I can't say enough good about the nurses on the fifth floor during his (our) time there. Dad was in three different wings on that floor during his stay. The professional attitudes of ALL the nurses we encountered was unprecedented. You have to understand...we have a very large family and we had several members of the family there at all times. The staff NEVER once seemed upset, irritated or put out of place because of our presence. We no doubt caused confusion, lack of space for them to do their jobs and just overall chaos at times with our chatter and overcrowding of their space. I commend them for putting up with this family of 13 kids, 32 grandkids and 31 great grandkids that took over the fifth floor during this difficult time of losing our father. Again, from the bottom of our hearts, THANKS!!!