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Pediatric Care reviews in Charlotte

  • A
    Novant Health Cotswold Medical Clinic
    They are truly very good. Fortunately we haven���t had to use them very often. Dr. Sandra Sutherland was fabulous in working with my granddaughter. My physician���s assistant was very helpful in working with my family. She listened very closely, explained everything in great detail and assisted in the after effects of a heart attack. My family member would not still be here had it not been for her. I will highly recommend and use them, again.
    - Renee M.
  • B
    Matthews Children's Clinic
    It seems like the staff is not that knowledgeable even if they are working there for years, even for 30+ years. I am in the process of finding another family practice physician for my son. I think they have too many patients.
    - Bryce D.
  • A
    Arboretum Pediatrics
    We love Dr. Wirsing.  We met her shortly after moving to the area when our daughter had a fever and ear infection.  We then decided to continue to see her as our primary physician and my littlest has been seeing her since he was born (newborn, 1 month, 2 month, 4 month, and 6 month visits).  I find her to be very friendly, interact with the children well, and very relatable.  She is a mother as well, so I find that she understands the joys and challenges associated with each age and has good suggestions, encouragement, and overall comraderie.  We met Dr. Dorsey when our oldest (6) had a camp injury - Nursemaid's elbow.  Dr. Wirsing saw us, but requested Dr. Dorsey to also take a look at our son's arm because she did not feel confident that it had re-located properly (our son was hysterical and trying to convince us it was fine so we wouldn't touch it, so that made the situation even more difficult).  They offered us an orthopedic consult if we felt the injury was not healing properly and we were able to get through quickly on the phone the following day and arrange a same day appointment with the orthopedist.  The record transfer was smooth and the injury was a complex case of Nursemaid's and required two specialists to get it back in place, so I understand why Dr. Wirsing and Dr. Dorsey were not successful.  We also met Dr. Hight - she was the assigned pediatrician that saw us in the hospital.  She had an excellent bedside manner, answered our questions, and handled our discharge quickly.  Unfortunately, Dr. Wirsing was on maternity leave when I needed to bring my youngest in for his 9-month well check, so we decided to schedule that visit with Dr. Pochick.  The office got us in quickly for our visit, but I was not impressed with Dr. Pochick.  She was not particularly friendly and did not seem receptive to answering questions.  She asked whether he was clapping or waving or anything and seemed put-off when I jokingly said that he wasn't clapping because we don't really "clap much" around the house.  I also explained that he was waking once a night and I was nursing him.  She said, "If you keep attending to him at night, he will keep waking up".  I'm not an opponent of cry-it-out or the Ferber method, but I was really surprised by that statement.  At 9 months, I feel that if he wakes up and is looking for me, then I will go in and comfort him.  I also explained that he shares a room with his 3yo sister and so we try to minimize how many children are woken up if the baby wakes up.  I did not have a good experience during that visit and do not plan to see her again.  I'm hoping that Dr. Wirsing is back in time for his 1-year visit, otherwise, I will try to make an appointment with either Dr. Hight or Dr. Dorsey.  The only negative issue I had with billing was that somehow my oldest and youngest had the appropriate insurance on their account, but my middle child had the wrong insurance and it took several calls and an in-person visit to straighten out the billing from her 3-year old well visit.  I was surprised that they couldn't link up the family in their system so insurance changes could be applied to the whole family and not cause such confusion.  Overall, I am happy with the office, availability, paperwork, and especially with Dr. Wirsing.
    - Monica L.
  • B
    Tri County Pediatrics
    We arrived early and waited the usual 15- 20 minutes. She saw a nurse and then a nurse practitioner for her appointment. Everything went well and they were nice as usual. They answered my questions and said that she was growing at a good pace. I was required to pay for the entire visit upon checkout and scheduled our next visit. Although things went well at Tri County Pediatrics, I have chosen to change my daughter's pediatrician for several reasons. Here's what I don't like about Tri County: 1) We only saw an actual pediatrician once out of 7 appointments my daughter had, including sick visits. We were always scheduled with a nurse practitioner. That may be fine for some, but I want to see an actual pediatrician. If I'm paying the same for the visit, I'd rather have a more highly trained person. So, I could never really say who my daughter's pediatrician was. 2) The practice is used to dealing with mostly Medicaid clients, which I know from working in the medical field and referring clients to them. Because of that, it seemed like they assume each patient is on Medicaid. The first time I came in, the pediatrician told me to start my daughter on formula. When I asked which she recommended, she said which ever your program will give you for free. I told her that I wasn't on WIC or any other program and didn't get free formula. She just shrugged and gave me a sample of one container. Now that I've switched pediatricians, I know what is standard. Our new pediatrician gave us a full month's supply of formula on our first visit and said that if we ever needed to change to let them know first so that we could have samples to try. 3) The waiting rooms aren't kid friendly. They are divided into sick and well sides but only have chairs for adults, no toys, books, or anything for kids. Our new pediatrician's waiting room is full of toys, books, and children's furniture. 4) The office doesn't send or give bills. They just tell you what you owe after the visit or when you check in. You have to pay the full balance before being seen. If they sent a bill, I would know that in advance and be prepared. 5) Anytime I would call to ask the nurse a question, they would require me to schedule an appointment to come in when it wasn't needed. 6) They don't show your newborn's growth on a chart. Our new pediatrician shows her growth and where she falls compared to others her age, which is nice to see. Overall, Tri County isn't a bad practice at all. Having been to another to compare, I can say that there are better options out there. I just choose to go elsewhere for personal preference.
    - Celia K.
  • A
    Carmel Family Physicians
    He is very good. We like him. The staff is always very pleasant. The wait is not very long at all. The waiting room is very clean. He is very efficient. They are very good with my husband. We have seen him for about 15 years.
    - PAUL J.
  • A
    Eastover Pediatrics
    I'm always happy with them. I like that they are flexible, you can take your kid in without an appointment when they're sick and you really need to get in. I think they're professional. I think they are very good with children.
    - pam m.
  • A
    Providence Pediatrics
    It's a great office and there's never more than a 5-minute wait. Melissa Davis is very personable and we really like her. She makes you feel like you're her only patient! The office is very well-run and friendly. They have Saturday office hours, too, which is very nice.
    - Caitlin B.
  • A
    Danielle Rose MD
    Dr. Rose is fantastic. I have three young boys that are not typically ill, so we don't frequently visit her office. When we do, however, she is always incredibly attentive and ready to explore any and all options, not just prescriptive ones, to help our boys recover. I deeply appreciate her ability to synthesize a wide array of treatment options, both curative and preventive, and I can't recommend her highly enough. We gladly make the 30 minute trip to see her, and my boys genuinely look forward to going to the doctor's office!
    - Peter W.
  • A
    Kevin Freeman MD,FAAP
    Dr. Freeman is prompt, friendly and thorough. It was fairly easy to schedule appointments there. The nurses and staff were excellent and helped my son with anxiety over immunizations. We longer go there as he is going to college and he now needs to go to an adult doctor.
    - Joan K.
  • A
    Anne Walker MD
    Dr. Walker is a great person and a great doctor. It is good to be prepared, knowing that Dr. Walker does talk a great deal but I feel it adds to her thoroughness. We have followed her through three different office moves and she now has her own practice. I wouldn't go anywhere else. She has worked with us with our children. I haven't had any problems getting in either the next day or same day. The office staff is great.
    - Dave C.
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