Longstreet Clinic of Buford - Pediatrics
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Phone: (770) 297-2200
Phone: (770) 932-2157
By Appointment Only: No
This website and the people in Longstreet of Buford are the only ones that know they are closed. I did some research to find a pediatrician and came across Longstreet and called to ensure they took my insurance. Whoever picked up the fine answered all my questions but had an attitude when I told her I needed to call back in 5 mins with additional information. At this point I was transferred to a few people without being told - I hate repeating myself (especially if it is unnecessary). Long story short I was then told one time, which I purposely confirmed 3 times before hanging up. When my husband called 30 mins later they gave him a different time. They failed to tell me their new address but had not problem listing the old address on their documents to be filled out. I was considered the problem parent barbecue I mentioned this - mind you I am ALWAYS extremely professional even in my personal time. Being at this address for 1 week I can understand but close to a year is ridiculous!!
The Doctors at this office are GREAT. They always meet my children's needs and answer ANY questions I have. My kids have seen Dr Glisson and Dr Shelton, both outstanding. Office staff are always very very very nice. You're in and out in at least 45 mintues from your appt time.
The office staff are incredibly rude. I went to get my sons medical records because we are changing pediatricians and they were rude the blonde girl up front has an awful attitude she did not want to help me. The nurses can be disorganized with well check scheduling. I have had appointments cancelled without my knowledge. I did like Dr Putnam and Dr Shelton they have always been good to my kids. Dr Glisson is not a good doctor he never seems concerned about anything and acts like questions are annoying.