Southeast Women's Center

★★★★★
  • 300 S 3rd St C

    Smithfield, NC 27577

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  • 919-938-4040

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I have had good experiences so far with the nurse practitioner Sheree, the nurses, and office staff. However, the ultrasound tech is rude and dismissive. I have been very disappointed. I wonder if I'm always catching her on a bad day or

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I have had good experiences so far with the nurse practitioner Sheree, the nurses, and office staff. However, the ultrasound tech is rude and dismissive. I have been very disappointed. I wonder if I'm always catching her on a bad day or

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Horrible experience with these doctors. I have medicaid and started going here when i found out i was pregnant. the doctors are very rude as well as the nurses. Dr. Evans always acted like i was annoying her or was an inconvenience to her.

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Horrible experience with these doctors. I have medicaid and started going here when i found out i was pregnant. the doctors are very rude as well as the nurses. Dr. Evans always acted like i was annoying her or was an inconvenience to her.

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No professional nurses or reception/wait staff. It's obvious your not in Raleigh. You can hear nurses talking about patients; it's almost like Laverne and Shirley are working in the office triage... really makes you wonder if the Drs are

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No professional nurses or reception/wait staff. It's obvious your not in Raleigh. You can hear nurses talking about patients; it's almost like Laverne and Shirley are working in the office triage... really makes you wonder if the Drs are

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I went to the Southeast Medspa for Botox to the crows feet and Juvederm for my lips. Mary Shaver, RN is the best! Results with both product were amazing. My crows feet have disappeared and my lips are fuller. Mary makes you look

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I went to the Southeast Medspa for Botox to the crows feet and Juvederm for my lips. Mary Shaver, RN is the best! Results with both product were amazing. My crows feet have disappeared and my lips are fuller. Mary makes you look

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I became a patient at Southeast Women's Center in July 2011. They have always provided exceptional care in a very timely manner. Dr. Mock is a wonderful physician, she is compassionate, caring and takes her time with you. I have never been

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I became a patient at Southeast Women's Center in July 2011. They have always provided exceptional care in a very timely manner. Dr. Mock is a wonderful physician, she is compassionate, caring and takes her time with you. I have never been

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I Moved back to the area at 7 months pregnant and chose them as my provider. I have medicaid and assume that is why i recieve such horrible services from them. I have seen numerous Doctors ( if thats what you want to call them) in my

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I Moved back to the area at 7 months pregnant and chose them as my provider. I have medicaid and assume that is why i recieve such horrible services from them. I have seen numerous Doctors ( if thats what you want to call them) in my

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Many of the dr's && nurses are very very rude and impatient with you.
God forbid if you have medicaid then they treat you like your crap...im sorry not everybody is financially stable enough to afford high end insurance which they would

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Many of the dr's && nurses are very very rude and impatient with you.
God forbid if you have medicaid then they treat you like your crap...im sorry not everybody is financially stable enough to afford high end insurance which they would

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I gave birth to my first son with Dr. Evans. I had all my prenatal care with Southeast Women's Ctr. Dr. Turlington was always very short and impersonal and seemed to not care. Dr. Evans was terribly impatient during my birth!! After my

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I gave birth to my first son with Dr. Evans. I had all my prenatal care with Southeast Women's Ctr. Dr. Turlington was always very short and impersonal and seemed to not care. Dr. Evans was terribly impatient during my birth!! After my

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This is in response to Sheva, whom wrote a bad review about Southeast Womens Center-I myself had an appointment with SWC in their Clayton office where I saw a nurse practitioner-never once was I led to believe she was a doctor-If that were the case why keep going back to her you should have requested a MD-the front staff was very pleasant and and so was the nurse I encoutered when I went to the back(of course, you could tell they were a little stress from the lack of staff opposed to the amount of patients that were there;and I did feel that the MedSpa clients took presendence over the other patients) If I had any complaints at all it would have been with the doctor who was yelling at his nurse and using the word GodD@*** in which I was very offended seeing how I was in the room across from the lab where I could here everything. I was very upset-and the nurse apologized but of course this doctor did not bother. So inclusion, all of us have bad days-but the "American Way" is if you had a bad experience then you should have taken care of it instead of just walking out-this do not solve anything.

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★★★★☆

This is in response to Sheva, whom wrote a bad review about Southeast Womens Center-I myself had an appointment with SWC in their Clayton office where I saw a nurse practitioner-never once was I led to believe she was a doctor-If that were the case why keep going back to her you should have requested a MD-the front staff was very pleasant and and so was the nurse I encoutered when I went to the back(of course, you could tell they were a little stress from the lack of staff opposed to the amount of patients that were there;and I did feel that the MedSpa clients took presendence over the other patients) If I had any complaints at all it would have been with the doctor who was yelling at his nurse and using the word GodD@*** in which I was very offended seeing how I was in the room across from the lab where I could here everything. I was very upset-and the nurse apologized but of course this doctor did not bother. So inclusion, all of us have bad days-but the "American Way" is if you had a bad experience then you should have taken care of it instead of just walking out-this do not solve anything.

Pros: Friendly Staff;Good Health Care

Cons: Bad Language by Doctor;MedSpa in with GYN services

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I have had a number of procedures performed at Southeast Med Spa including Botox injections, Restylane, and Vascutoch on my legs and face. I have always gotten great results, and I look 5 to 8 years younger now. Angel and Donielle turned me onto the Obagi products to help erase years of sunbathing damage to my face and neck. I'm looking forward to this winter when I can return for a chemical peel. I will be going to Southeast Med Spa for as long as I care about my looks, and while I'm not vain, I can;t imagine ever getting so old that I won't want to look my best!

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★★★★★

I have had a number of procedures performed at Southeast Med Spa including Botox injections, Restylane, and Vascutoch on my legs and face. I have always gotten great results, and I look 5 to 8 years younger now. Angel and Donielle turned me onto the Obagi products to help erase years of sunbathing damage to my face and neck. I'm looking forward to this winter when I can return for a chemical peel. I will be going to Southeast Med Spa for as long as I care about my looks, and while I'm not vain, I can;t imagine ever getting so old that I won't want to look my best!

Pros: Pleasant Staff, Short Wait Times

Cons: I live in Raleigh/Durham, and they are in Clayton

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I have never been so astounded and dissapointed with such horrible healthcare!
The lady at the front desk is clearly frustrated with her workplace and struggles with her computer,she makes no secret of it.
The women who "take care" of you having entered the facitlity are rude and cold and treat you as if you are some kind of inconvenience having interrupted their loud and personal conversations regarding their personal lives and those of the patients.
Where is the management to control this awful and uncomfortable behaviour?
My first visit i had a personal examination which was dominated by a lady attendant who proceeded to discuss and complain about her problems with another patient and staff.
This was very uncomfortable and embarrassing for myself and the nurse (whom i was led to believe was a Doctor) conducting the examination.
On future visits I was amazed at the lack of knowledge regarding the healthcare being administered (contraception etc)
I kept receiving blank looks when asking about percentages of safety and side effects.
They said they weren't sure and they would look it up,which they never did.
Surley they should have some basic knowledge?
Unfortunately my body reacted negatively to the drugs given to me,which sadly due to their lack of knowledge ,happened another two times.
They didn't even tell me how to collect my prescriptions,in the full knowledge that i was completetly new to the American system ,which is different to my native England.
The final straw for me was when my last appointment with my "Doctor" who was a nurse, left me waiting in a room for a full 50 minutes ,alone!
I walked out,never to return.
Sadly, I still haven't found an alternative practice,I've been reluctant to try anywhere else.
I really hope this is not the standard for womens healthcare in North Carolina or the rest of America
If this is the case my future medical bill will include the the cost of flights home to England! :(

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I have never been so astounded and dissapointed with such horrible healthcare!
The lady at the front desk is clearly frustrated with her workplace and struggles with her computer,she makes no secret of it.
The women who "take care" of you having entered the facitlity are rude and cold and treat you as if you are some kind of inconvenience having interrupted their loud and personal conversations regarding their personal lives and those of the patients.
Where is the management to control this awful and uncomfortable behaviour?
My first visit i had a personal examination which was dominated by a lady attendant who proceeded to discuss and complain about her problems with another patient and staff.
This was very uncomfortable and embarrassing for myself and the nurse (whom i was led to believe was a Doctor) conducting the examination.
On future visits I was amazed at the lack of knowledge regarding the healthcare being administered (contraception etc)
I kept receiving blank looks when asking about percentages of safety and side effects.
They said they weren't sure and they would look it up,which they never did.
Surley they should have some basic knowledge?
Unfortunately my body reacted negatively to the drugs given to me,which sadly due to their lack of knowledge ,happened another two times.
They didn't even tell me how to collect my prescriptions,in the full knowledge that i was completetly new to the American system ,which is different to my native England.
The final straw for me was when my last appointment with my "Doctor" who was a nurse, left me waiting in a room for a full 50 minutes ,alone!
I walked out,never to return.
Sadly, I still haven't found an alternative practice,I've been reluctant to try anywhere else.
I really hope this is not the standard for womens healthcare in North Carolina or the rest of America
If this is the case my future medical bill will include the the cost of flights home to England! :(

Pros: none

Cons: too many too mention!

 

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