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  • A
    Back, Dr. Jerry
    He was very competent, punctual, knowledgeable, and personable. The staff was the same. The office environment is very friendly, very polite and the staff is knowledgeable. It was a most pleasing visit because I was concerned moving from one area of the country to another area.
    - Edna C.
  • D
    Harth Place Family Medicine
    The receptionist was rather unfriendly and condescending. I had several forms to fill out when I arrived at the office. One of the forms was a release to obtain my medical records from previous providers. I filled out the forms to the best of my ability then handed them back to the receptionist. She looked at the release I had filled out, grabbed a bottle of white-ou, covered what I had written, and told me I had to change the date I had written on the form. I was under the impression that the question was asking for what time period I was authorizing records to be released (the year I started treatment to when I ended treatment). Apparently I was mistaken. I was supposed to have put the date I was filling out the form and should have left the second space blank. So as I stood at the reception desk re-reading the question, she told me three times to write that day's date in one of the spaces (in a slow, precise manner, as if she thought I was a complete idiot, and quot;one...dash... twenty eight...dash... thirteenand quot;). She didn't understand how I had interpreted the question. I said to her that I was very well aware of what that day's date was and that it wasn't necessary to keep repeating it. Good grief!
    When I was called in by the nurse to take my vitals, I was horrified that the area they take height, weight, blood pressure and go over medications is just on the other side of the door to the waiting room and wide open to anyone meandering the nurse's station and exam rooms (patients, doctors, staff). Then, I was told I needed to provide them with a urine sample . . . a requirement of all new patients. I have no idea what the urine sample was for as it was not explained. I do not know how it will be billed to my insurance provider. The whole purpose of my appointment was to get records transferred to a new primary and talk about continuation of care.
    I was then placed in an exam room and waited to meet the doctor. I ended up going over my medications with her again as the nurse did not write down the dosage or frequency of dosages correctly. Before we talked about my medical history or my family history, the doctor jumped into giving me a lecture about being overweight. This lecture was also very condescending. I am a college-educated woman. I know that I need more exercise and to eat less. I may be fat, but I'm not stupid. I understand it is her job to educate patients about good health, nutrition and to encourage exercise. However, I wasn't even given the opportunity to talk to her about my severe depression, anxiety and narcolepsy (excessive daytime sleepiness) that all contribute to my inactivity. I came to this doctor's office to find a physician who would be compassionate and encouraging. Instead, I left feeling like I wanted to drive my car into a tree. For anyone who is overweight, it's never fun or easy to be told what you already know about yourself. It took me a lot of courage to pick up the phone to make an appointment to see this doctor. I had excellent doctors where I moved from. Re-establishing with new physicians and providers is a daunting task. I think I will look elsewhere for primary care. After this appointment, I will always remember my first impression and I will never forget how the staff and doctor made me feel. It has been 3 days since my appointment and I am still very upset by the whole experience. If I were extremely ill, I would hesitate to return here for care.
    I had trusted in the ratings and reviews here on Angie's List and was disappointed I did not have a similar encounter at Dr. Mary Little's office.

    - Shelley J.
  • A
    Jeffrey Santi MD
    He is so good. He sits down with me and he doesn't rush through the visit. He goes through all the medication with me and he actually converses with you instead of just rushing in and rushing out. He is extremely thorough with making sure about areas which you don't think about, he thinks about. He is just very thorough and very good. He has excellent communication skills. They take you right in when you have an appointment.
    - Gary and Carol P.
  • A
    Jones, Dr. Edward
    It went very good. He is very thourough and straight to the point.  He is very nice. He is very proactive.
    - Linda L.
  • A
    Low Country Rheumatology
    I like the professionalism and the knowledge of the doctors that we saw. My doctor there is just overbooked.
    - Rose J.
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    - Charlotte L.
  • B
    Berkeley Family Practice
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    - john c.
  • A
    Edward, Dr. Andrew
    Dr Edward also sees kids as well. His office is clean and his bedside manner is good. My children are comfortable with him.
    - Shiran W.
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