24 White Bridge RdNashville, TN 37205
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From Business: Our practice was founded in 1985 by Dr. Chris Pardue, Dr. T. Wayne Day and Dr. Kimberly Dawn Vincent joined adding surgical and women's health skills. They are al…
2222 State StNashville, TN 37203
From Business: We provide diagnosis and treatment of various conditions that affect the skin, hair and nails. Dr. Barbara T. Keyes provides excellent care with compassion. We st…
I have been a client of the FRC since it opened four years ago. The Glycolic Cleanser is the greatest and I use it daily. Laurie has a great eye for determining just what procedures will help you look rested and naturally younger. They are totally professional and make me feel that I am the most important appointment of their day. I love being pampered and looking like Chris Hemsworth!
I have used Dr. Barbara Keyes for many years and can not recommend any doctor higher. She is quick, efficient, and will get to the root of the problem quickly.
There are many knowledgable doctors, specialists included, at this center. It is easy to find a doctor willing to take new patients, and it is easy to find parking.
He's had a lot of years of experience, so he usually has students that he is mentoring with him, which is only a problem if you don't want 3 extra people in your room. I was recommended to him by family members, and left feeling like he had answered all of my questions and was knowledgable.
Wonderful dermatologist. Very kind and listens. She is knowledgeable and puts you at ease. very good staff and easy to schedule appointments.
Friendly, helpful staff. It is worth the wait because the service is one of a kind and attentive. You feel like you are the only patient.
I recently was directed to Retief as a new patient seeking a skin check due to the high number of moles I have on my skin. I scheduled an appointment over the phone for a few days later and arrived on time. Upon arrival, I sat nearly 40 minutes before I was seen by the doctor’s assistant, who asked me a couple brief questions. The doctor then came in and asked what I was there for, to which I replied that I would like a skin check to look over my moles and there was one on my cheek I was particularly nervous about. The doctor responded that there wasn’t time for a full skin check today, but did take a quick look at my cheek and said that it wasn’t anything to be concerned about at this time. She left and her assistant took a picture of my cheek mole and they said I could go. The total time from when I entered the patient exam room to being dismissed was no more than 10 minutes; the time the doctor was actually in the room was closer to 90 seconds. Needless to say I was rather disappointed, as I couldn’t help but feel like the reason I could not have a more thorough exam was due to the delay in actually being seen despite arriving on time for my appointment.Recently I received a bill for $100.00 for the visit. Apparently my insurance company covered about two-thirds of the visit, but $29.75 remained as “charges exceed your contracted/legislated fee agreement,” which then somehow inextricably came to total $35.12. I am attorney and I bill at $250.00 per hour. I get a lot of comments about how high my billing rate is, as do most attorneys. I therefore find it astounding that based on the amount of time I was seen, I was billed at $2000.00 per hour by the doctor. Then add the approximately $167.00 dollars for the 40 minutes I spent waiting and could have been billing clients, despite pre-filling out my new patient questionnaire online. Obviously this is absurd, and quite frankly shameful. Nevertheless and despite my own moral outrage I have paid them as requested for the outstanding $35.13.
Great, friendly staff! Wonderful doctor, Laura Bauer.