I was looking for medical attention as walking, i was bless to found this clinic; Dr. Soren Thomas took her time to explain me all may medical concerns and the treatment was effective.I highly recommend to anyone.
4300 Paces Ferry Rd SEAtlanta, GA 30339
From Business: MinuteClinic Atlanta, located inside CVS/pharmacy #2089 at 4300 Paces Ferry Road, is a walk-in medical clinic. Services include routine vaccinations, health scree…
400 Galleria Pkwy SE Ste 1500Atlanta, GA 30339
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4579 S Cobb Dr SE Ste 100Smyrna, GA 30080
From Business: At Physio, our experienced clinical team will design an individualized plan of care that aligns with your specific goals in mind. Through experience, advanced cli…
I had a pretty bad experience with this place. They never provided me with any type of assistance within 3 mos. of talking to me on the phone and once in person. The people who work there just keep giving me the run-around. The "false advertise" everything they do.
I've been to this urgent care center twice, with two different doctors, and both times it was clean, efficient, with minimal wait time. Highly recommend if you're not feeling well and need to see a doctor in a pinch.
We end up here more than I like but always leave satisfied with the experience. The space is nice, the wait never too long and the service is good. One of those places you hope to not visit so often but glad its there when you need it.
We've always had good experiences here. Even with 6 - 8 people in the lobby we've been in and out in an hour or less. A great place to get sports physicals too.
Always go here for sports physicals. They typically partner with Grady HS and offer affordable sports physicals in August (and sometimes in January). Clean, professional, but my only complaint is that I cannot make an appt. Otherwise, go here!
Love this lady! beautiful office, great quite location. Funny and smart. New office but Dr. Feldman has been around along time. Highly recommend to anyone. You will not find better.
Very happy with Dr. Feldman and her team. Wish I could take her with me everywhere. Friendly, Kind and focused on me. Great little office right on Roswell. Saw the sign go up a few months back and finally got time to schedule. Glad I did, she's as good a person as Ive met in a long time. Good luck to you.
Typically only two people ever write reviews. The very angry or the very happy. I am very happy. Finally a place that doesn't view you as "NEXT!" small and personal. A doctor practicing old school medicine. Bravo and good luck.
It would have been quicker to go to the Hospital ER. When you are very ill, the last thing you want to do is sit in an Urgent Care for hours. As if the wait wasn't terrible enough, I have never had such a negative experience with a so-called health care professional. When I finally saw the doctor, I explained to him my cough was so bad I thought I was going to vomit and that my cough had pretty much kept me up all night for two nights in a row. It was by far the worst cough I've ever experienced and Delsym wasn't cutting it. I also told him about the many other OTC products I was trying because money was tight and I didn't want to go to the doctor. Unfortunately, it was obvious I needed to see a doctor. I do not go to the doctor unless it's completely necessary. My boyfriend made a comment to the doctor that I always get sick around this time of year (winter) and immediately the doctor surmised I was simply suffering from allergies. I told him it was absolutely not allergies- that I have never had allergies and a cough this severe could in no way be from allergies. My cough was so loud, constant, and severe I'm pretty sure the entire office could hear it. I tried to explain my symptoms but could hardly do that because the doctor kept interrupting me and asking questions that were irrelevant. He spent maybe 10 minutes with me (after hours of waiting) and then got out the prescription pad. He asked me what my family doctor usually gave me for a cough. I told him it was some type of hydrocodone-based syrup (I wasn't sure exactly what it was called). I don't know why he bothered to ask because he wrote me something called "Bromfed DM". I asked him if he could give me what I usually got from my family doctor instead because I know it usually worked and I could not go another night without sleep... the cough was killing me. He said "just try this". I was so exhausted I just left with the prescriptions- Bromfed DM, a steroid, and a suggestion to take Claritin. I got to the 24-hour pharmacy and waited for them to fill the prescriptions (It was around midnight at this point). Apparently Bromfed DM does not come in a generic form and even with my insurance, it was $75. I specifically told the doctor how tight money was... but he didn't listen to anything I said about my symptoms so why would he have paid attention to that? I was outraged but I was so tired and upset I put it on my credit card and went home. I was too tired and sick to think (BIG MISTAKE) because the prescription cough syrup he gave me was pretty much just Delsym and Pseudoephedrine and I could have saved myself $75 and just took some Delsym and Sudafed that I already had at home.After ANOTHER miserable night of coughing so hard I couldn't sleep (and my boyfriend couldn't sleep either because of the constant noise)... I went to another Urgent Care. They actually listened to me and were horrified about my previous Urgent Care experience. They tested me for Whooping Cough and sent me home with some hydrocodone-based cough syrup. They called me back a week later when the lab tests were in... I had Pertussis a.k.a Whooping Cough. Last time I checked... Whooping Cough is nothing like seasonal allergies. I never write reviews but I felt the need to warn people to NOT WASTE THEIR TIME OR MONEY and go to a decent Urgent Care. I only tried this one because it's the only one open until Midnight and it was late. Next time I'll tough it out until the next day or visit the ER. I suggest you do too.