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  • A
    She is very pleasant and cares about her patients. We have been using her for years and she is reliable. She is friendly and interested your health. She takes time with you and does not rush you out the door. She gives you all her attention and does not talk on her cell phone.
    - Wes W.
  • A
    Everything went very smoothly. Both Dr. Camasta and the office staff, were kind, professional and efficient. Dr. Camasta removed my toe nail with minimal pain and maximum efficiency, and gave me aftercare instructions to reduce chances of infection. I highly recommend Dr. Camasta and his practice.
    - Janice L.
  • A
    She has worked with me through lots of my problems and I have been completely satisfied. She is not on my main primary care list, but I pay extra so that I can still use her. Her staff is very professional and you can get an appointment almost any time you need one and they see you pretty soon after your appointment time.
    - Delores G.
  • C
    I had been with Kaiser, in Hawaii,Bay Area (CA), Denver, and here in Atlanta, for about 35 years. For the first 15 or 20, I was very pleased, both with the medical care, and the policies I had. However, from the mid-90s premiums rose very rapidly, until (as they even told me over the phone) it became too expensive for me (and all others with the same full-coverage plan), so I had to find something else, which began the road to higher and higher deductibles. While the premiums were a good bit less, I realized that eventually, with a $5,000 to $7500 deductible I was basically only covered in case of catastrophic injury or disease, while having to pay "retail" for all services but a yearly physical (and even that CO tried to bill me for), so in other words, it was like I had no insurance. Also, only in GA, and which is why it makes me suspicious, each of the two times I had to apply, because Kaiser treats each state as if it were a separate company, which is absurd, and probably only so they can sneak rate increases each time you transfer, they at first refused my application! I had been with Hawaii for many years, and am much healthier than many in my age category, so I was in disbelief. If someone as healthy as me could be turned down, then who can get coverage? Yet both times, without ever explaining why, they "consented" to "allow" me to join (or re-join), but with a 10 - 15% "surcharge", and they never quite explained what in my record warranted that! I think it is just a sleazy way to charge more without having to list a higher fee when you go to sign Plus, the administration, billing, and other administrative departments constantly make mistakes, some taking over a year to fully straighten out, and one time required I file about four or more levels of formal complaints, even appearing before a board of 4 MDs, and 8 customer service people! So, while I've been pleased with a good majority of their doctors, not so with the people running the business, and was glad to get a much better policy via Blue Cross, Blue Shield, via the ACA Federal Health Exchange... As to whether I would use this provider in the future, I probably won't, but I know better than to say never...
    - Steven C.
  • A
    I picked Dr. Jimmerson to be my primary care physician based on my interactions with him with my elderly mother in law. He always treated her with compassion and dignity, and managed her many problems while trying to minimize her medicines and visits to specialists. He has been an excellent provider for me as well. I rarely have to wait to get an appointment, and seldom wait past my appointment time at the office. His staff is easy to reach and are friendly.
    - Ann V.
  • A
    Dr Morgan is amazing. I was the only patient in the office during my sessions so he was totally focused on me. He not only did adjustments but worked on the muscles that support the back and gave stretches to do at home that greatly hastened my recovery. He's not at all about long term, expensive treatment but about making me feel better quickly and making the improvement stick. Dr Morgan is a keeper won't go anywhere else.
    - Michael W.
  • A
    Once Meeting with Dr. Finley; I was confident I would like to have him perform my surgery. He took time to talk with me to get to know me a little and about the history of my Hernia. His staff Audrey) is excellent and took time to help me get my Admissions and pre-op process completed so that on the day of surgery I was all set. After two weeks went by I returned for a follow up visit and he again took time to explain the procedure and all about the mesh used to repair my Hernia.
    - Pete A.
  • D
    Office Environment - typical for any metro doctor.
    Punctuality - On the date of the visit, it took me 40 minutes to get a room where I waited until 20 minutes to see the doctor. 
    Bedside Manner/Communication - From our brief conservation, it was clear that he was not really interested in answering my concerns about surgery.  I believe surgery is the last resort so I make sure that my expectations of what benefits surgery will do are realistic.  I would have to be in a foot cast for 6-8 weeks so this was going to be a major inconvenience. 
    Effectiveness of Treatment - Dr. Camasta's surgical recommendation was very invasive. He really made me feel like I was bothering him.   After I received a second opinion, I choose a surgeon that wanted to do the least surgical invasive procedure.  

    - Wayne S.
  • F
    I found the receptionist not only rude, but aggressive. Maybe the physicians are very good and very caring but they should know that their practice begins with the person who answers the phone. Seeing a physician is not entertainment, so people don't call to ask for an appointment to have fun. I understand that physicians need to know before the appointment is the person will be able to pay the bill. I don't mind if they ask me if I have insurance, but before that, at least they should ask why I need an appointment or why I choose this physician. I am bringing my business to them, they should be grateful. Some physician practices have completely lost the perspective that they are a service business and that we patients are their customers. Good business value their customers and always treat them right.
    - Mercedes N.
  • A
    I arrived a bit early for my 10am appointment and it was a good thing. I had not been to Dr. Morse in a few years and there was quite a bit of paperwork to fill out. You will need to allow time as there are at least three pages or so to complete. Also, you will need your insurance card or cards and too know you and your familiy's health history. Once that was completed, I had short wait before I saw Dr. Morse. Time spent with her was about 15-20 minutes and was adequate to diagnose my problem.
    Payment is also required at the time of your visit.

    - Linda F C.
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