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Founded in 1924, Baptist Health has been bringing advanced medical technology, modern facilities, and many of the region's most prominent physicians and medical professionals to the communities of our commonwealth for nearly a century.
Headquartered in Louisville, the Baptist Health family of hospitals, care centers, physician offices and health facilities has experienced tremendous growth in recent years.
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Absolutely horrible. I've had to see multiple physicians and specialists, and needless to say I am still searching for a DECENT doctor. This is absolutely, by any stretch, the worst medical group/group of providers I have ever seen in my life. The "doctors" here are never on time and seem too incompetent to do their jobs. I'm so ready to leave this God forsaken town and the joke they call a hospit...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Follow up appointment
CATEGORY family doctor
One of the best surgeon that I’ve ever encountered. His personality was fantastic. Bedside manner was outstanding. He had a slight joking manner.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK He’s my doctor.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Had annual physical and all tests. Followed recommendations.
CATEGORY oral surgeons
My experience with him was good. I went through different doctors saying different things until I went to an actual stomach doctor. My mom is a nurse, and she told me that I needed to go to a stomach doctor instead of beating around the bush with everybody else. Finally, I did. As soon as I went in, that's exactly what they told me. It was a whole year. I didn't hardly eat anything. I was eating o...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK I went to Dr. Rao to have my gall bladder removed.
My husband's appointment was at 11:30 a.m., he was running behind and called to let them know that he was going to be around five to ten minutes late. The receptionist snapped at him, that his running behind had nothing to do with them, but Dr. Gilkey had even arrived to work yet, so don't speed. He arrived at 11:34 a.m., Dr. Gilkey finally arrived at her practice around 1:00 p.m. WOW, already an ...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK 3 month review for prescriptions