I can't imagine anyone not liking Dr. Ted Nifong or Dr. Kimberly. I have been a patient there now for about 5 years. I was referred by someone who highly recommended them. I don't feel like I'm on a assembly line there like I have at my previous physicians. Very warm and caring which adds that personal touch that helps in the healing process no matter what your problem. They care and are great doctors. When I'm in pain emotionally I get a hug...they are so understanding and empathetic. When I'm sick or have a physical problem, they care. More doctors should take instruction from them on how to treat their patients. They are excellent doctors with a wonderful staff. I would recommend them over anyone.
I started going to Mr. Nifong when my father was in the hospital dying with a very rare cancer of the spine. If it had not been for Dr. Nifong I do not think I could have been there day in and day out to Baptist Hospital everyday to be with my dad. I was my dads first daughter and he was my best friend and teacher of mechanic's. My father finally passed away on November 27th 2007 to be with god and his other family members that has also passed away. I will always miss my dad but with Dr. Nifongs help it makes it a little easier. God Bless doctors like him.
Donna & Mark Mayton
M y family has been seeing Ted Nifong for 14 years. We have followed him to every office he has worked. You will not find a better doctor. Everyone in his office is great. I have recommened him to all my family. Thanks Dr. Ted for the great care you have given my family.
I started taking myself and my family there in 2002 when we had moved to the midway NC area. Every time myself or a family member go there we are treated with the utmost respect and familial affection ever known. Their daughter is a favorite of my granddaughters. She never tries to act like their doctor. She takes down their information for that days visit and makes my girls feel at ease. She is an asset to that office. as for Dr. Kim she is the greatest. I had my son at Baptist Hospital for his leg where they looked at it [did not even touch him] wrote a prescription and sent him home. two days later my sons leg turned and awful purple color from the knee to about half way down his calf. Dr. Kim took one look an she lanced his leg at the wound site. drained it , packed it, gave him the correct antibiotics and had him come back 24 hours later. What would have happened had i just listened to the [so-called] specialists at the hospital. Maybe a blood infection or worse. I hope that everyone out there that reads these reviews are not the kinds of people who judge only on someone Else's words. If you want to feel comfortable and relaxed with people who care and treat you like someone then try Cedar Creek. You will not be disappointed. Dr Kim and nurse Debbie And Lexie are wonderful people and very very professional. I wouldn't go anywhere else. My own daughter drives all the way from statesville to go to cedar creek.
I recently went here to get stitches removed from my nose and lip from a fall I had (stitches were put in at WFBMC who suggested that I go to my family doctor to get the stitches removed). Dr. Nifong and his wife decided they would let their daughter take them out (she does work there).. while talking to her during this process , I asked what she had a degree in.. she said psychology. She told me that she didn't even have a degree in the medical field... WHY WAS SHE REMOVING MY STITCHES FROM MY FACE AND WHY IS SHE WORKING THERE?
Everytime I go there, I feel like the doctors never spend enough time with me, I feel rushed and they do not really care what you have to say. Most of the time, I always get the same answer, "Come back in two weeks if it's not better." The staff is often unfriendly.
Deborah is a great doctor, but recently she was let go due to "financial" situations. she was the only reason I continued to go there, and I do not plan on returning since she is no longer there. Also, they got rid of another lady who had been there for 10+ years, but yet they let their daughter work there, who doesn't even have a degree in the medical field... isn't this illegal?
PROS: Deborah.. who is no longer there.
CONS: Unfriendly, rushed visits, employing people who don't have med. degree
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