Womens Primary Care

★★★☆☆
  • 1617 Ronald Dr

    Raleigh, NC 27609

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  • 919-871-0301

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Billing department and office manager have no idea what is going on. I agree - They hope to get by on pulling the "holistic" or nice approach but I would go see Dr. Rosemarie Newman if you need a good gyno in Raleigh.

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★☆☆☆☆

Billing department and office manager have no idea what is going on. I agree - They hope to get by on pulling the "holistic" or nice approach but I would go see Dr. Rosemarie Newman if you need a good gyno in Raleigh.

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This practice is horrible. I don't think the care is good and patients, in my opinion are overcharged and charged for services not delivered. When one tries to dispute a bill, the office manager, Linda Then, does not return calls; it is my belief that she acts this way because she is probably inept and uncaring .

I have a friend who was going to make an appointment and she has changed her mind due to the treatment I received. I also know of another patient who has left due to poor service and overcharges. I think this practice tries to get by on being nice but the quality of service and the price charged for it leaves a lot to be desired.

Go somewhere else.

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★☆☆☆☆

This practice is horrible. I don't think the care is good and patients, in my opinion are overcharged and charged for services not delivered. When one tries to dispute a bill, the office manager, Linda Then, does not return calls; it is my belief that she acts this way because she is probably inept and uncaring .

I have a friend who was going to make an appointment and she has changed her mind due to the treatment I received. I also know of another patient who has left due to poor service and overcharges. I think this practice tries to get by on being nice but the quality of service and the price charged for it leaves a lot to be desired.

Go somewhere else.

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I think this office hopes to get by on niceness, but in my opinion, the clinic overcharges and charges for services not provided. Office does not appear to be clean but that could be due to how old and run down it is.

My advice, go somewhere else.

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★☆☆☆☆

I think this office hopes to get by on niceness, but in my opinion, the clinic overcharges and charges for services not provided. Office does not appear to be clean but that could be due to how old and run down it is.

My advice, go somewhere else.

Pros: nice

Cons: Treatment not good, overpriced and in my opinion overcharges

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When people have helped me in a way that has made a difference in my life, I have tried to let them know. I have fallen behind in my good intentions, so I want to take a moment now to tell of an experience with Women's Primary Care that is but one example of the things for which I should have, several months ago, said a thank you to Dr. Hoyte and Women's Primary Care staff.

A few weeks before Christmas 2008, I knew I wasn't feeling well, but I delayed going to see Dr. Hoyte thinking that I would CERTAINLY get better. Well, I CERTAINLY didn't! (Humor intended! ) With only a few days left before the holiday week-end, I had progressively become so sick that one night -- sometime between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. -- I promsed God that if I lived until the morning, I would be at Dr. Hoyte's office when the sun came up, even if I had to face the indignation and embarassment of confessing that I should have come in MUCH sooner. By 8:00 a.m. the follwoing morning, I was sitting in my car outsdie Dr. Hoyte's office waiting for the doors to open -- knowing that I had no appointment. The office lights came on a few minutes later. Dr. Hoyte had apparently come into the office through a back entrance, but now with the office lights on, I could see her through the front office windows. She looked up from the front desk where she was working, and seeing one lone car (mine) in the parking lot, parked squarely in front of the office door, she surmised that someting must be wrong. Although the office didn't open for an hour, she left what she was doing, unlocked the office door, came out into the parking lot and asked what in the world I was doing there. When I told her how sick I was, she said, "Come on in."

I know that she had responsibilities to address that morning, or she would not have been in the office before time for her first patient, but she set those responsibilities aside to see me. Even though I felt like I was going to die (humor intended), I probably wouldn't have. She could have just told me that I needed to wait, but she didn't. I was deeply touched that she recognized the degree of dismay that I must have been in to be waiting in the parking lot almost before daylight on a winter's day!

Speaking now without humor, I wouldn't make a habit of appearing at odd hours at anyone's office asking for special treatment. However, on that day, my need for care was approaching urgent, and it was greatly to my beneift that Dr. Hoyte made time in her schedule to see me -- even before the staff had arrived to begin the day. That kind of caring -- care that goes beyond the expected; beyond the even "hoped for" -- has meant so much to me. Can you even imagine that standard of care?

Thank you, Dr. Hoyte.

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★★★★★

When people have helped me in a way that has made a difference in my life, I have tried to let them know. I have fallen behind in my good intentions, so I want to take a moment now to tell of an experience with Women's Primary Care that is but one example of the things for which I should have, several months ago, said a thank you to Dr. Hoyte and Women's Primary Care staff.

A few weeks before Christmas 2008, I knew I wasn't feeling well, but I delayed going to see Dr. Hoyte thinking that I would CERTAINLY get better. Well, I CERTAINLY didn't! (Humor intended! ) With only a few days left before the holiday week-end, I had progressively become so sick that one night -- sometime between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. -- I promsed God that if I lived until the morning, I would be at Dr. Hoyte's office when the sun came up, even if I had to face the indignation and embarassment of confessing that I should have come in MUCH sooner. By 8:00 a.m. the follwoing morning, I was sitting in my car outsdie Dr. Hoyte's office waiting for the doors to open -- knowing that I had no appointment. The office lights came on a few minutes later. Dr. Hoyte had apparently come into the office through a back entrance, but now with the office lights on, I could see her through the front office windows. She looked up from the front desk where she was working, and seeing one lone car (mine) in the parking lot, parked squarely in front of the office door, she surmised that someting must be wrong. Although the office didn't open for an hour, she left what she was doing, unlocked the office door, came out into the parking lot and asked what in the world I was doing there. When I told her how sick I was, she said, "Come on in."

I know that she had responsibilities to address that morning, or she would not have been in the office before time for her first patient, but she set those responsibilities aside to see me. Even though I felt like I was going to die (humor intended), I probably wouldn't have. She could have just told me that I needed to wait, but she didn't. I was deeply touched that she recognized the degree of dismay that I must have been in to be waiting in the parking lot almost before daylight on a winter's day!

Speaking now without humor, I wouldn't make a habit of appearing at odd hours at anyone's office asking for special treatment. However, on that day, my need for care was approaching urgent, and it was greatly to my beneift that Dr. Hoyte made time in her schedule to see me -- even before the staff had arrived to begin the day. That kind of caring -- care that goes beyond the expected; beyond the even "hoped for" -- has meant so much to me. Can you even imagine that standard of care?

Thank you, Dr. Hoyte.

Pros: Time to Listen / Time to Care / Casual Setting

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I have been going to this practice for more than five years, so I have been there through the comings and goings of several PAs.

Throughout this time I have found Dr. Hoyte to be very attentive, listening to all of my concerns, engaging me in my own care and making me feel like I am the only patient in the world. In addition, she has also made it clear to me that, if I am ever dissatisfied with anything, I am to let her know right away.

Recently, I have seen both Emily and Molly (PAs) and they have both provided me with very compassionate and thorough care, never rushing me.

The office manager (Linda) and the front desk (LaToya and Crystal) are very customer focused, no matter how busy they are...and they are busy! And the medical technician (sorry, I don't remember your name) is super at not hurting me.

So, thanks to Dr. Hoyte and her staff. I would highly recommend this practice to anyone.

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★★★★★

I have been going to this practice for more than five years, so I have been there through the comings and goings of several PAs.

Throughout this time I have found Dr. Hoyte to be very attentive, listening to all of my concerns, engaging me in my own care and making me feel like I am the only patient in the world. In addition, she has also made it clear to me that, if I am ever dissatisfied with anything, I am to let her know right away.

Recently, I have seen both Emily and Molly (PAs) and they have both provided me with very compassionate and thorough care, never rushing me.

The office manager (Linda) and the front desk (LaToya and Crystal) are very customer focused, no matter how busy they are...and they are busy! And the medical technician (sorry, I don't remember your name) is super at not hurting me.

So, thanks to Dr. Hoyte and her staff. I would highly recommend this practice to anyone.

Pros: Engage me in my care. Make me feel like the only patient.

Cons: None

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I felt compelled to write about the consistently wonderful care I've experiences from Dr. Hoyte at Women's Primary Care. Dr. Hoyte is thorough, precise, warm and compassionate. She obviously cares very much about her patients & always goes the extra mile. She is extremely attentive & will never cut corners. At the same time, she avoids excessive tests & medications, trying to provide what her patients need without unnecessary treatment. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Dr. Hoyte to any woman; I have had repeated positive experiences with her practice.

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★★★★★

I felt compelled to write about the consistently wonderful care I've experiences from Dr. Hoyte at Women's Primary Care. Dr. Hoyte is thorough, precise, warm and compassionate. She obviously cares very much about her patients & always goes the extra mile. She is extremely attentive & will never cut corners. At the same time, she avoids excessive tests & medications, trying to provide what her patients need without unnecessary treatment. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Dr. Hoyte to any woman; I have had repeated positive experiences with her practice.

Pros: Caring, attentive, friendly

Cons: None at all

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I have been a faithful patient at WPC for about 5 years and saw Nancy Murpyh regularly whom I adored. After Nance left I had to see Dr. Hoyte for my yearly exam and it was absoultely horrendous. Despite the fact that my best friend still loves Dr. Hoyte and swears by the practice I felt like she had a horrible bedside manner. The entire yearly appointment took about 20 minutes and I really wanted and inquired about asking her opinion about trrying a new birth control for PMDD. She asked ME what I thought and if i wanted to go on it-when my question to her was what SHE thought (as the doctor), she then recommended that I take an SSRI such as Prozac for the symptoms, I inquired with her that with the other meds I am taking wouldn't Prozac interfere? Oh yes she said, she hadn't even LOOKED at my chart to see what else I was taking before she began writing the script for Prozac!! I felt rushed, dissatisfied and completely dismayed by this experience. I even let her know that I had been seeing Nance for 5 years prior and was looking forward to working with her-to which she grunted and did not respond....Perhaps I caught her on a bad day but the reason I came to WPC for 5 years was simply because I felt like my needs were valued and I received wonderful care under Nance and the other staff. After this experience I am trying desperately to find another primary care office-does anyone have any recommendations? I do NOT recommend WPC unless something has changed dramatically over the past 6 months.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been a faithful patient at WPC for about 5 years and saw Nancy Murpyh regularly whom I adored. After Nance left I had to see Dr. Hoyte for my yearly exam and it was absoultely horrendous. Despite the fact that my best friend still loves Dr. Hoyte and swears by the practice I felt like she had a horrible bedside manner. The entire yearly appointment took about 20 minutes and I really wanted and inquired about asking her opinion about trrying a new birth control for PMDD. She asked ME what I thought and if i wanted to go on it-when my question to her was what SHE thought (as the doctor), she then recommended that I take an SSRI such as Prozac for the symptoms, I inquired with her that with the other meds I am taking wouldn't Prozac interfere? Oh yes she said, she hadn't even LOOKED at my chart to see what else I was taking before she began writing the script for Prozac!! I felt rushed, dissatisfied and completely dismayed by this experience. I even let her know that I had been seeing Nance for 5 years prior and was looking forward to working with her-to which she grunted and did not respond....Perhaps I caught her on a bad day but the reason I came to WPC for 5 years was simply because I felt like my needs were valued and I received wonderful care under Nance and the other staff. After this experience I am trying desperately to find another primary care office-does anyone have any recommendations? I do NOT recommend WPC unless something has changed dramatically over the past 6 months.

Cons: Rushed staff, rude front desk staff, no concern for patients

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Wow, I think the less-than-positive reviewers are either writing about a different place, or are being unfair! I am also a long-standing patient of Dr. Hoyte's (as are my mother and sister) and have seen her office go through lots of transitions, but the compassion and the overall management of my healthcare has remained consistent. Sure, some of the front desk people that have come and gone were not so great, but I love the girls that are there now! They make me feel welcome when I go in and I'm comfortable asking them questions. I also love knowing that I'll get my usual chunk of time when I go in and not be ushered out or cut-off before all my issues have been discussed. I've lived in a few other states and I haven't found the fees or charges to be any different than I've paid elsewhere, or what my friends say they pay at other doctors. And when I have had problems with something on my statement, guess what?.....it usually turns out to be an issue with my insurance company! I know the front desk can be very busy at times, and I have been left on hold sometimes, but I actually prefer that to having to listen to menu options and make selections that only get me to a recording. There's always a live person on the other of the phone at Dr. Hoyte's office. And that's just the point.......it's the personal touches that really make going there a great experience. It's comfortable and inviting and I love to see the dogs! That's part of the charm. For anyone considering this office for their primary care physician, I recommend it highly! It's a little different than any other doctor's office you've been to, but if you're looking for a place that treats you like a human being, that really listens to you, where they think outside the box, then this is the place for you. I mean, where else have you been where the doctor wears jeans and makes you call her by her first name! It's the greatest doctor's office I know!

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★★★★★

Wow, I think the less-than-positive reviewers are either writing about a different place, or are being unfair! I am also a long-standing patient of Dr. Hoyte's (as are my mother and sister) and have seen her office go through lots of transitions, but the compassion and the overall management of my healthcare has remained consistent. Sure, some of the front desk people that have come and gone were not so great, but I love the girls that are there now! They make me feel welcome when I go in and I'm comfortable asking them questions. I also love knowing that I'll get my usual chunk of time when I go in and not be ushered out or cut-off before all my issues have been discussed. I've lived in a few other states and I haven't found the fees or charges to be any different than I've paid elsewhere, or what my friends say they pay at other doctors. And when I have had problems with something on my statement, guess what?.....it usually turns out to be an issue with my insurance company! I know the front desk can be very busy at times, and I have been left on hold sometimes, but I actually prefer that to having to listen to menu options and make selections that only get me to a recording. There's always a live person on the other of the phone at Dr. Hoyte's office. And that's just the point.......it's the personal touches that really make going there a great experience. It's comfortable and inviting and I love to see the dogs! That's part of the charm. For anyone considering this office for their primary care physician, I recommend it highly! It's a little different than any other doctor's office you've been to, but if you're looking for a place that treats you like a human being, that really listens to you, where they think outside the box, then this is the place for you. I mean, where else have you been where the doctor wears jeans and makes you call her by her first name! It's the greatest doctor's office I know!

Pros: Respectful, Thorough, Friendly

Cons: Nothing comes to mind!

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I did not go to WPC for long, but felt very comfortable and not rushed. It was homey. Something soon happened within office and employees were leaving. I was now being rushed. My physical lasted about 10 minutes and I was ushered out the door. A significant health issue was overlooked. I cannot recommend someone else going through what I did.

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★☆☆☆☆

I did not go to WPC for long, but felt very comfortable and not rushed. It was homey. Something soon happened within office and employees were leaving. I was now being rushed. My physical lasted about 10 minutes and I was ushered out the door. A significant health issue was overlooked. I cannot recommend someone else going through what I did.

Pros: All woman practice

Cons: everything else

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I am afraid I have had experiences similar to those described by others. It appears that the practice manager is taking note, and I hope things are changing. I have been to Dr. Hoyte in the early days and subsequently to several wonderful PAs. In the last few years, however, the billing office has on several occasions tried to make me pay money over and above my copay even though Blue Cross has informed me I am only responsible for the copay; they have made me pay a separate lab fee when sending bloodwork (regular lipid panels and such, nothing particularly fancy) off site (whereas my GYN includes the cost of labs in the full office visit cost so that the copay covers everything); I called one time for a phone consult (granted it was 2 years ago) when I was so desperately ill I could barely get to the phone to ask for a medication to help me through until I could leave the house again and get to their office and didn't get a call back until the next day, fortunately I recovered and ended up OK without the medication, but I was worried that I might have to go to ER; they have told me that they didn't have any record of documents I have supplied from my gyn when I have mailed them or hand delivered them, making me wonder where they are filed; they have refused to call in a month's worth of a prescription until I could get back in to the office; and when I questioned some of these practices I received a letter from the practice manager justifying their rules. Even if we are medical clients, we are still customers, and I have done some serious research into other practices. Some of my friends (some of whom I referred to this practice) have done the same. The PAs have told me I could have my gyn checkups there, but I have purposely kept a separate gyn whose office is a model of efficiency and whose bedside manner is impeccable because of the troubles with this office. I hope it improves in this bad economy.

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★★★☆☆

I am afraid I have had experiences similar to those described by others. It appears that the practice manager is taking note, and I hope things are changing. I have been to Dr. Hoyte in the early days and subsequently to several wonderful PAs. In the last few years, however, the billing office has on several occasions tried to make me pay money over and above my copay even though Blue Cross has informed me I am only responsible for the copay; they have made me pay a separate lab fee when sending bloodwork (regular lipid panels and such, nothing particularly fancy) off site (whereas my GYN includes the cost of labs in the full office visit cost so that the copay covers everything); I called one time for a phone consult (granted it was 2 years ago) when I was so desperately ill I could barely get to the phone to ask for a medication to help me through until I could leave the house again and get to their office and didn't get a call back until the next day, fortunately I recovered and ended up OK without the medication, but I was worried that I might have to go to ER; they have told me that they didn't have any record of documents I have supplied from my gyn when I have mailed them or hand delivered them, making me wonder where they are filed; they have refused to call in a month's worth of a prescription until I could get back in to the office; and when I questioned some of these practices I received a letter from the practice manager justifying their rules. Even if we are medical clients, we are still customers, and I have done some serious research into other practices. Some of my friends (some of whom I referred to this practice) have done the same. The PAs have told me I could have my gyn checkups there, but I have purposely kept a separate gyn whose office is a model of efficiency and whose bedside manner is impeccable because of the troubles with this office. I hope it improves in this bad economy.

Pros: Convenient location, compassionate PAs

Cons: Increasingly overpriced, admin staff not always as efficient as the medical staff

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I would like the opportunity to respond to the comment regarding staff turn-over. I do realize that there was a period of time when it seemed as if our NPs/PAs were constantly changing, and it was a situation that concerned us, as well. For the patients that were affected by this, I want you to know that while we did lose a few wonderful NPs due to personal life changes, we also made staffing changes when we felt that the overall well-being of our patients was not in good hands. (For example, a former WPC provider has since had her license revoked.)
I would also like to address the issue of call-backs from Dr. Hoyte. For those that have had a visit with her, you know that her concern for her patients is thorough and genuine. Dr. Hoyte sees patients back-to-back in any given work day. Each work day, we receive hundreds of inquiries/requests/test results/Rx refill requests via fax, e-mail, US mail, and by phone. Dr. Hoyte and the NPs attempt to handle the more urgent inquiries during their lunch hour, but it is usually after 5:00 p.m. before they have a chance to even review the day's inquiries. If the response to an inquiry can be relayed back to the patient through our office staff, that is the most efficient way to handle the communication. This is usually done the following morning, as the office staff has left shortly after 5:00 p.m. In some cases, when the inquiry is too complex for message relay, Dr. Hoyte may decide it is much more effective for the patient to come in and discuss it face-to-face. Honestly, it is not due to lack of concern that Dr. Hoyte doesn't personally return phone calls!
For abnormal test results, it is standard practice at WPC for the patient to receive a phone call from their provider, not the office staff. Unfortunately, I cannot explain why "weryer" did not receive this level of service, and I do regret that that was her experience.

Linda Then
Practice Manager
WPC

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★★★★★

I would like the opportunity to respond to the comment regarding staff turn-over. I do realize that there was a period of time when it seemed as if our NPs/PAs were constantly changing, and it was a situation that concerned us, as well. For the patients that were affected by this, I want you to know that while we did lose a few wonderful NPs due to personal life changes, we also made staffing changes when we felt that the overall well-being of our patients was not in good hands. (For example, a former WPC provider has since had her license revoked.)
I would also like to address the issue of call-backs from Dr. Hoyte. For those that have had a visit with her, you know that her concern for her patients is thorough and genuine. Dr. Hoyte sees patients back-to-back in any given work day. Each work day, we receive hundreds of inquiries/requests/test results/Rx refill requests via fax, e-mail, US mail, and by phone. Dr. Hoyte and the NPs attempt to handle the more urgent inquiries during their lunch hour, but it is usually after 5:00 p.m. before they have a chance to even review the day's inquiries. If the response to an inquiry can be relayed back to the patient through our office staff, that is the most efficient way to handle the communication. This is usually done the following morning, as the office staff has left shortly after 5:00 p.m. In some cases, when the inquiry is too complex for message relay, Dr. Hoyte may decide it is much more effective for the patient to come in and discuss it face-to-face. Honestly, it is not due to lack of concern that Dr. Hoyte doesn't personally return phone calls!
For abnormal test results, it is standard practice at WPC for the patient to receive a phone call from their provider, not the office staff. Unfortunately, I cannot explain why "weryer" did not receive this level of service, and I do regret that that was her experience.

Linda Then
Practice Manager
WPC

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I have been going to this practice when it started over 10 years ago. I have had NP's that I have established great relationships with over the years and was always very happy with the practice and often referred people there.

Unfortunately this practice has declined dramatically! The last time I had an annual exam I had to cut the appointment short because of all the commotion in the hall...for whatever reason Dr. Hoyte and her employees bring their pets to work. Try having an exam with 4 dogs having a fit right outside the exam room door because they are about to go outside! I think not.

As the other reviewers mentioned it has become a revolving door for employees and the ones that they have now are awful! I have had the same problem with the receptionist calling me with test results without any medical knowledge. I had been over charged for something and got nowhere with the office manager in trying to resolve it. It is sad that it used to be a great practice yet now I STAY AWAY from there.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been going to this practice when it started over 10 years ago. I have had NP's that I have established great relationships with over the years and was always very happy with the practice and often referred people there.

Unfortunately this practice has declined dramatically! The last time I had an annual exam I had to cut the appointment short because of all the commotion in the hall...for whatever reason Dr. Hoyte and her employees bring their pets to work. Try having an exam with 4 dogs having a fit right outside the exam room door because they are about to go outside! I think not.

As the other reviewers mentioned it has become a revolving door for employees and the ones that they have now are awful! I have had the same problem with the receptionist calling me with test results without any medical knowledge. I had been over charged for something and got nowhere with the office manager in trying to resolve it. It is sad that it used to be a great practice yet now I STAY AWAY from there.

Pros: all female practice?

Cons: animals in a medical office says enough!

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I have been going to WPC f or several years now and am becoming more disappointed in the service. Everytime I find someone in the practice I really like, they are no longer there the next time. This leads to inconsistant service and concern on why physicians/PAs are not staying with the practice.

Also, I recently had a procedure were there were abnormal results. Instead of a medically trained person calling me back, someone from the front desk did. She could not answer any of my questions, or for that fact, even pronounce the procedure I had. She did call back with responses from Dr. Hoyte. However, when I had further followup questionas, I had to wait again for a callback after front desk asked Dr.Hoyte for answers to my quesitons. When I asked if Dr.Hoyte could please give me a call back to discuss results, I was told that she did not do this. I think this is a ridiculous way to run things. Whene you go for a procedure that is timely and very costly, and get abnormal results, it should be the doctor calling back to answer any of your questions or concerns. This is extremely important in health care. I urge Dr. Hoyte to change this practice.

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★★☆☆☆

I have been going to WPC f or several years now and am becoming more disappointed in the service. Everytime I find someone in the practice I really like, they are no longer there the next time. This leads to inconsistant service and concern on why physicians/PAs are not staying with the practice.

Also, I recently had a procedure were there were abnormal results. Instead of a medically trained person calling me back, someone from the front desk did. She could not answer any of my questions, or for that fact, even pronounce the procedure I had. She did call back with responses from Dr. Hoyte. However, when I had further followup questionas, I had to wait again for a callback after front desk asked Dr.Hoyte for answers to my quesitons. When I asked if Dr.Hoyte could please give me a call back to discuss results, I was told that she did not do this. I think this is a ridiculous way to run things. Whene you go for a procedure that is timely and very costly, and get abnormal results, it should be the doctor calling back to answer any of your questions or concerns. This is extremely important in health care. I urge Dr. Hoyte to change this practice.

Pros: easy access

Cons: inconsistant service

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I've been going to Dr. Hoyte for a number of years. She is a great doctor. But in the last 2-3 years this practice has really changed. It's all about money, decor, social statements, you name it, except for the caring, patient focus Dr. Hoyte had when she started this practice. This is a sad review to write. But I'm looking for new dr.

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★★☆☆☆

I've been going to Dr. Hoyte for a number of years. She is a great doctor. But in the last 2-3 years this practice has really changed. It's all about money, decor, social statements, you name it, except for the caring, patient focus Dr. Hoyte had when she started this practice. This is a sad review to write. But I'm looking for new dr.

Pros: Really good physician

Cons: The tail's wagging the dog.

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For my last two physicals and for a couple of sick visits I have been going to Women's Primary Care and I can't recommend them highly enough. Wait times have either been reasonable or there has been no waiting time at all. Medical costs are medical costs wherever you go, but at least here I feel like a name and not a number. This is no conveyer belt medical office. The staff is very friendly, and has a wholistic approach that encompasses all areas of my life not just my vitals. Having a lab onsite is so convenient. I have also taken advantage of the fact that they have a massage therapist in the office. Consultations have been thorough and personal and very helpful. My only regret is that I can't recommend it to my male family and friends! But really I actually like that it is dedicated to women's health.

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★★★★★

For my last two physicals and for a couple of sick visits I have been going to Women's Primary Care and I can't recommend them highly enough. Wait times have either been reasonable or there has been no waiting time at all. Medical costs are medical costs wherever you go, but at least here I feel like a name and not a number. This is no conveyer belt medical office. The staff is very friendly, and has a wholistic approach that encompasses all areas of my life not just my vitals. Having a lab onsite is so convenient. I have also taken advantage of the fact that they have a massage therapist in the office. Consultations have been thorough and personal and very helpful. My only regret is that I can't recommend it to my male family and friends! But really I actually like that it is dedicated to women's health.

Pros: Thorough Consultations, Wellness/Wholistic Oriented, Onsite Lab

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Not happy with last visit....over 700.00 for 'wellness' check up. Charged $250.00 for bone density test....then additional charge of $135.00 to receive results. Not made aware of the additional cost. Wouldn't you think 250.00 would include a 15 minute chat about results and a major push into selling me on treatments????
Feeling ripped off. Another example of our wonderful health care system.
Phone calls not returned either. Probably going elsewhere for next visit.

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Not happy with last visit....over 700.00 for 'wellness' check up. Charged $250.00 for bone density test....then additional charge of $135.00 to receive results. Not made aware of the additional cost. Wouldn't you think 250.00 would include a 15 minute chat about results and a major push into selling me on treatments????
Feeling ripped off. Another example of our wonderful health care system.
Phone calls not returned either. Probably going elsewhere for next visit.

Pros: efficient

Cons: costly

 

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