4233 Camelot St, Valdosta, GA 31601
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4233 Camelot St
Valdosta, GA 31601
Fax: (229) 469-4584
Parking: Lot, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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I LOVE Dr. Thacker and ALL her staff!! Very professional, caring, supportive, friendly and good natured people. I have had many visits, each time I walk away feeling as if they cared and helped me the best they could. Can't imagine going anywhere else! I gladly give 5 stars to these awesome folks!
Love, love, love Dr. Thacker,. She is very attentive and listens well. Our wait to go back was not too long and everyone was very patient with my two young children. The staff was very helpful and efficient. They really knew what they were doing and knew my insurance particulars. Really grateful she is in Valdosta!
I did not have an appointment. My daughter is 5, and this is my only day off for the next 2 weeks. She has a rash on her neck. I was advised by another Dr., out of network, to go see this Dr., who is in our network. When I walked in, the receptionist seemed offended the I would even attempt to, "walk in". I pled my case, and even had my daughter make her sad face, as an attept at humor, trying to break the three solom faces staring at us. No such luck. The receptionist explained that they were much too exclusive and busy, (booked solid for two weeks) to take walk-ins. Did I mention there was only one other patient the entire 45 minutes we were there? Strange for such a busy place that is booked solid. After just short of graveling to be seen, the receptionist told me it was out of her hands, but she would ask the provider, (very strange term) if there could be an exception. After waiting for approximately 30 minutes in the lobby, alone, the office manager came out to address us. We were lectured to about the proper procedure to be seen in this office, and told, and I quote, "You can make an appointment like everyone else and come back." You couldn't pay me to go back, much less me pay them. A simple, "We won't be able to see you today." would have sufficed. SNOTTY!