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  • B
    Resurgens Austell
    It went well. The only thing I didn't like, is having to make an appointment to see a different specialist to treat each area of my body. It made it more costly, since I had to take a set of xrays for each doctor. Not to mention the aggrivation of all the paperwork. Overall, the doctors are caring and the staff are pleasant. If you have only one issue it's a great place to go.
    - Sandra E.
  • D
    Resurgens Austell
    I saw a doctor at this facility on Jan. 5 and was prescribed a splint to wear to treat plantar fasciitis. I had used the splint each night until Feb. 1. The splint did not help ease the pain and in fact made my ankle hurt in addition to the original pain. The splint cost $225.00, of which I paid $108.22. They billed my insurance company for the remainder. On Feb. 2, I was billed for the remainder of the $116.78 because my insurance company did not pay any on it. Upon receiving the bill, I called the Resurgens Billing dept. and explained to the gentleman I spoke with that the device did not help me and I would like to return it. He said if I returned it the current week then I could get a refund. I also called the Austell office to speak with Beau, the man who originally fitted me with the device. He also said that I could return it the current week and get a refund. He had moved to another location and advised me to return to the Austell location. On my lunch break that same day, I went to the Austell office. I spoke with a woman named Lennel, who categorically refused a refund. She said their policy is to refund within 30 days only if the device is in new and unused condition. I had explained in both my calls to Resurgens that I had used the device and it was not helping. They need to get their story straight.
    - Chet T.
  • A
    I had an instance, I had a lot of sore with my wisdom teeth and they were causing problems in the back of my jaw bone. My general dentist said I need to go to an oral surgeon. Kaiser said that was a medical issue and sent me to Atlanta oral surgery. They are just excellent. Kaiser is an HMO medicare plan but they got their own doctors, they have other doctors that work in concert with them. It was excellent they treated me just like I was a cash paying customer with lots of money.
    - John J B.
  • A
    The Breast Center
    Dr. Robbins diagnosed it as early-stage non-invasive, which means it shouldn't travel. She scheduled the removal at the Marietta Surgery Center in Marietta, where she performed surgery to remove the spot. She then scheduled her for radiation, to help prevent a nonoccurrence. Because my wife has a pacemaker, no MRI is permitted, and localized radiation, where a balloon and catheter is inserted for a one week period.Through it all, Dr. Robbins was informative and quite good in her treatment of my wife.
    - Mel K.
  • A
    Templeton, Dr. Wayne H.
    I have seen Dr. T. for years. He is unusually good. He is exceptionally different for this day and time. He listens and spends the needed time with you. You might have to wait, but it is worth it when it is your turn. Not a fancy office, but the thing that matters it the doctor and the results. I highly recommend Dr. T.
    - GENA B.
  • C
    Wellstar Cobb Hospital
    The maternity ward there was fine. My wife gave birth there and it was a good place. But I would never go back to the ER there. The doctor was rude and hostile. She knew less about what I had than I did. I had to wait way longer than I should have. I was in there for three hours. The other staff besides the doctor was okay. I launched a complaint with the hospital about the doctor. If you looked up in a medical textbook how to treat the illness I had and what she did, she went wrong in about four to five steps. It was pretty bad.
    - Benjamin G.
  • B
    Angela Hudson MD
    Dr Hudson is great, she listens and provides good information.  She is experienced and efficient and will work with you to make sure your delivery experience is what you want.  Her nurse Robin is an entirely different story.  Every question Robin answered, was incorrect or misleading leading to significant confusion and angst.  Unfortunately, because it is a single practice, appointments are frequently delayed, and you may end up seeing Robin a lot more than Dr Hudson.
    - Elena G.
  • A
    Tanesha Handy MD
    She is a really good doctor. She is very patient and you don't feel rush. She takes times to listen to what you have to say and then she gives you really good feedback. I like the fact that you don't walk in there and tell them where you hurt and then you walk out the door. She really makes you feel like she wants to know everything you feel and what you think is going on so we can work together to figure why you are feeling the was you are feeling. A lot of other doctors want to get you in and out. She will stay late if she needs to and she takes them with each of her patients, which I think is fantastic. I?ve lived in Georgia for a year and 3 months and I wasn't happy with the recommendations from my insurance company. I saw 2 doctors before I found Dr. Handy. She had done her understudy at John Hopkins and I thought she had really good credentials. I was very open-minded but at first I was taken back because I am older and she is about my son's age. I wasn't sure because of her age but we started to talk and it was really, really pleasant. When I left her office I felt that I had just had a conversation with a girlfriend. It felt safe to be able to tell her all about my physical problems. I didn't feel rushed and she gave me really good feedback on how to look at and understand the changes that my body is going through because I am pre-menopausal. She gave me some food ideas to help cope with the hot flashes and that was so appreciated. She told me to get preferably unsalted or lightly salted sunflower seeds and it cut my hot flashes in half. She didn't go straight to getting a prescription. She asked about green foods and she suggested a fruit and vegetable drink which helps with the lowering of my cholesterol. It doesn't look good but it tastes good. Those are the kinds of things I want from a doctor. She'll have me try things for a couple of weeks and then come back. All of my numbers were borderline and she wanted to try changes before putting me on pills. I had a situation where I needed to talk to her. I called and she had me come in 45 minutes later. This was on a Friday and she got me into a gastroenterologist. This is the kind of doctor I want. I've seen her 4 or 5 times so far. Each experience has been very comforting and I've never felt rushed. She was very, very pleasant and patient. She was not invasive. I never felt that she didn't have time for me.
    - Michael J.
  • A
    Hisnuddin, Mohsin
    He goes by Dr. Din. He's great and very interested in your health and well being. He spends time with you and really gets down to the bottom of any problems that you have. He's very caring and he's one of the best doctors I've ever had. We love him and his wife, they work together and they are wonderful.
    - LISA R.
  • F
    Wellstar Cobb Hospital
    My doctor and the ER doctor decided to admit me, because I needed immediate care from a gastroenterologist. I was moved from ER to a section of the hospital called "Observation" (the staff calls it "the ghetto") - nice. The rooms in this area of the hospital are similar to jail cells and fish bowls. The bed and bathroom facilities are located in the same room, which is incredibly small, with no windows, just glass doors looking into the hallway. Though initially told the maximum time I would spend there would be 23 hours, I was there 45. On the 2nd night, something went wrong with my IV and after repeated attempts to reach a nurse, finally figured out how to turn it off myself. 6 hours later I was finally visited by a nurse, who informed me that I didn't need the IV anyway. So...why??? 18 hours after admission, I was visited by a staff member, not a doctor, from the GI group. it was determined that I needed a second CT scan. 5 hours later, I was given that test. After this the test, which would not be reviewed until the next day, and insisting someone provide me with some information on a plan for my care, a doctor from the GI group arrived. She ordered a test for the following morning, and told me after that I could go home. She repeated that in our initial conversation the morning of the test, right up to the point they were putting me under anesthesia, when she informed me I would be spending another night, and they would be performing a colonoscopy the following day. After my return to my "room", I was finally able to locate, through multiple phone calls, a staff member to find my attending doctor, and who worked to get me transferred into a room. Once in a room, the nurse assigned to my room was just wonderful, but her replacement that evening and the nursing assistants throughout the night were not attentive, nor were they understanding. The last day there, I was told my test was going to be postponed and I would be staying longer, which would involve further doses of the medication required for the colonoscopy. After being on a liquid diet for 10 days, that medicine was causing extreme nausea, so I refused, and indicated that I was going home. Very shortly after, I was informed that they would perform the test within the hour. It took 3 hours, but it was done. I can't imagine any circumstance that would take me back to that hospital voluntarily. My experience left me with the impression that the goal at Wellstar Cobb is to delay taking care of patients for as long as possible, to increase revenue perhaps? What will the bill be for being treated so poorly? With a very few notable exceptions, the staff was neglectful. Though the posters claiming their strive for excellence are posted throughout the facility, my experience was that the actual goal is to spend as little time taking care of patients as is possible. Being ill is hard enough. Looking to this hospital to take care of you is worse.
    - Anne P.
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