I don't write reviews often (1 other time for an apartment complex I lived in years ago)but I want to save other parents the stress we went through at this place. The doctor's were very nice and I had no problem with them, and I know people that abosolutely love them, but I didn't see anything more spectacular about them, than any of the other pediatricians, or doctors that I have been to. My kids are sick all the time and my husband and I work full time. For sick children, they only take walk ins, and let me tell you, you sit in a crowded waiting area for 2-3 hours before you are called to your room. It is the worst experience at a doctor's office I have ever had, and I have lived all over the country and been to lots of different doctors in my life time (inlcuding military drs which are not even as bad at the ER even). Also--it wasn't a 1 time thing---this happened EVERYTIME we went, we would be sitting there for hours for sick appointments. Inlet Pediatrics was recommended to us when we moved here by a wonderful family that swears by it so we felt it had to be good. The wait time and the amount of people there, was unbearable. The doctor's seem rushed as well, if you get a Dr. Many times you will get a nurse. I switched to a new office, its a little bit more of a drive but the extra 10 minutes is SO worth it. Our new office, you don't wait more than 5 minutes to be called back, the Drs. are also wonderful there...and they take the needed time with my children, it is quiet, and there isn't this big rush. They take appointments for sick kids (which i have never heard of that not happening besides at Inlet Pediatrics). At Inlet Pediatrics, they call back 3 patients at a time---you are sitting in the uncomfortable waiting room with tiny chairs crammed in with other people making you more sick...coughing all over you! I have had better luck at the ER. Well-children appointments still take a good amount of time. It literrally gave me a stress headache---thinking I would have to take my kids to this place. There are sooooo many kids there, there isn't a feeling that you can really address your concerns, and I also felt it was very unpersonal. I have been to my new place 3 times and I feel like I know the dr. I see him everytime I go, not some random Dr. everytime I go, like at Inlet Pediatrics. Also---in the year I went to Inlet Pediatrics--- They are overcrowded, and that does say something positive about the place, but it is also the only pediatrician in Murrells Inlet. -- If they changed their system around and made appointments--it would possibly be better--but I think they have taken on too many clients. I couldn't be happier with our decision to move. I am not big on writing negetive feedback but I felt very fusterated with this practice, and feel that it is insensative to the children and families to put everyone at such an inconvenience, and not offer the best level of care. There are so many other practices that make the visits so much easier on everyone involved. It seems reckless to the patients to let all these sick people sit for so long when a better system could be worked out. It seems they are more focused on getting the more people more money instead of patient care. Also---if you need to reschedule a well appointment---it takes 2 months to get another one.