Cuneo Blair H

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  • 2605 Blue Ridge Rd # 300

    Raleigh, NC 27607

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I have been going to Blue Ridge for a few years now. My primary doctor is Dr. Avery. If she is not available I see whom ever. They all are great from the office staff to the physicians, PA and nurses. I have had to go a couple Saturdays also for urgent care. I can honestly say those visits kept me out of the hospital. I have chronic diseases and feel comfortable knowing I am going to get good care

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I have been going to Blue Ridge for a few years now. My primary doctor is Dr. Avery. If she is not available I see whom ever. They all are great from the office staff to the physicians, PA and nurses. I have had to go a couple Saturdays also for urgent care. I can honestly say those visits kept me out of the hospital. I have chronic diseases and feel comfortable knowing I am going to get good care

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Dr. Avery is good, but understand she is leavng. As already mentioned the office staff is not friendly. I have been going there a few years, mostly because it's a pain to find new doctors. Yes, you can expect to wait a long time for an appt. and then again once you get there. The exam rooms are COLD (they are saving on heat). The front office staff are rude, they don't look at you, smile or even acknowledge your presence - this has been the case for the past several years, so it seems to be inherited to the new hires. They should scratch the entire team and start over! The nurse that takes your blood pressure isn't friendly either. If you are unexpectedly (and who expects it?) sick, they won't accomodate you and you'll need to go to an urgent care facility. They don't return phone calls, they don't even call you to tell you the results of your tests. You need to demand they send the actual lab results of your tests to you, a little blue card saying you passed isn't acceptable. The lab results from your annual exam provides a lot more information -- and you paid for it!

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Dr. Avery is good, but understand she is leavng. As already mentioned the office staff is not friendly. I have been going there a few years, mostly because it's a pain to find new doctors. Yes, you can expect to wait a long time for an appt. and then again once you get there. The exam rooms are COLD (they are saving on heat). The front office staff are rude, they don't look at you, smile or even acknowledge your presence - this has been the case for the past several years, so it seems to be inherited to the new hires. They should scratch the entire team and start over! The nurse that takes your blood pressure isn't friendly either. If you are unexpectedly (and who expects it?) sick, they won't accomodate you and you'll need to go to an urgent care facility. They don't return phone calls, they don't even call you to tell you the results of your tests. You need to demand they send the actual lab results of your tests to you, a little blue card saying you passed isn't acceptable. The lab results from your annual exam provides a lot more information -- and you paid for it!

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The medical staff range from very good to excellent. The office staff range from very unprofessional to HORRIBLE. Front desk staff should be taught to at least acknowledge the presence of a patient, not just stare at or ignore them. Look at the patient when you talk to them - don't continue your personal conversation with your neighbor. The requirement of an office visit to get a permanent prescription renewed is ridiculous. Try answering the phones - if someone spends more than 3 minutes on hold you're screwing up! Frankly, the only positive experience I've ever had with your office staff in the last five years is that the appointments person is usually able to find me an appointment at a time that works for me. Otherwise: medical staff = "A" and office staff = "D -". The only thing that keeps them from an "F" is the appointments person. You should be embarrassed.

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The medical staff range from very good to excellent. The office staff range from very unprofessional to HORRIBLE. Front desk staff should be taught to at least acknowledge the presence of a patient, not just stare at or ignore them. Look at the patient when you talk to them - don't continue your personal conversation with your neighbor. The requirement of an office visit to get a permanent prescription renewed is ridiculous. Try answering the phones - if someone spends more than 3 minutes on hold you're screwing up! Frankly, the only positive experience I've ever had with your office staff in the last five years is that the appointments person is usually able to find me an appointment at a time that works for me. Otherwise: medical staff = "A" and office staff = "D -". The only thing that keeps them from an "F" is the appointments person. You should be embarrassed.

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I started seeing Dr. Hammer years ago - he's great if you can get an appointment. Followed w Stacy Bauer and Dr. Avery - whoever is available - and have been pleased with care from both of them. Had a problem over the weekend. Saw Dr. Huang ( (he was suggested by the receptionist who took my call )yesterday since Dr. Avery is on vacation. Waited exactly 47 minutes in the exam room before he entered...bad attitude in tow. Told him I was a patient of Avery, gave him some brief history of my problem and explained that the symptoms had changed over the weekend. After a brief exam of both feet and a walk down the hall, Dr. Huang told me that "if a rheumatologist, an orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Avery haven't helped you, I don't know why you expect me to help you in 10 minutes. You're not my patient, I don't know your history." I asked several questions about my immediate problem. All were answered with "I can't answer that, you're not my patient." After hearing that 4 or 5 times, I challenged him, asking if I was understanding him correctly - was he really saying to me that he wasn't going to help with the immediate problem because I wasn't his patient. He was so abrupt/rude with his answer that I prepared to leave. I told him that I couldn't believe I'd waited 45+ minutes to be treated so rudely and not receive care.THEN, he backed down a little and suggested that, if I'd just sit for 5
minutes, maybe he could.... and he stopped talking. I said "could what?" but he had no answer. As I left the exam room, he said sarcastically that he hoped I felt better.
I've never been treated so badly in my life. I asked to speak with the office manager. She came to the front, whispered to the front desk person and went back in the direction of Dr. Huang. She came back in a few minutes, apologized - saying she was assisting a Dr.- and listened to my complaints. She
apologized again and offered to let me speak with Dr. Hammer. I left - disappointed and disgusted. I can't believe Dr. Hammer is affiliated with this Dr. Huang, an immature, arrogant, abrasive, unprofessional little ^*&+.
In spite of my high regard for Drs. Hammer and Avery and PA Bauer, I don't know that I'll return to this practice. If you're considering this practice, DO NOT accept an appointment with the too young, too arrogant, too brash Dr. Huang. And, Dr. Huang, get over your God complex!

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I started seeing Dr. Hammer years ago - he's great if you can get an appointment. Followed w Stacy Bauer and Dr. Avery - whoever is available - and have been pleased with care from both of them. Had a problem over the weekend. Saw Dr. Huang ( (he was suggested by the receptionist who took my call )yesterday since Dr. Avery is on vacation. Waited exactly 47 minutes in the exam room before he entered...bad attitude in tow. Told him I was a patient of Avery, gave him some brief history of my problem and explained that the symptoms had changed over the weekend. After a brief exam of both feet and a walk down the hall, Dr. Huang told me that "if a rheumatologist, an orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Avery haven't helped you, I don't know why you expect me to help you in 10 minutes. You're not my patient, I don't know your history." I asked several questions about my immediate problem. All were answered with "I can't answer that, you're not my patient." After hearing that 4 or 5 times, I challenged him, asking if I was understanding him correctly - was he really saying to me that he wasn't going to help with the immediate problem because I wasn't his patient. He was so abrupt/rude with his answer that I prepared to leave. I told him that I couldn't believe I'd waited 45+ minutes to be treated so rudely and not receive care.THEN, he backed down a little and suggested that, if I'd just sit for 5
minutes, maybe he could.... and he stopped talking. I said "could what?" but he had no answer. As I left the exam room, he said sarcastically that he hoped I felt better.
I've never been treated so badly in my life. I asked to speak with the office manager. She came to the front, whispered to the front desk person and went back in the direction of Dr. Huang. She came back in a few minutes, apologized - saying she was assisting a Dr.- and listened to my complaints. She
apologized again and offered to let me speak with Dr. Hammer. I left - disappointed and disgusted. I can't believe Dr. Hammer is affiliated with this Dr. Huang, an immature, arrogant, abrasive, unprofessional little ^*&+.
In spite of my high regard for Drs. Hammer and Avery and PA Bauer, I don't know that I'll return to this practice. If you're considering this practice, DO NOT accept an appointment with the too young, too arrogant, too brash Dr. Huang. And, Dr. Huang, get over your God complex!

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Front staff is rude and unsympathetic. You never see a physician. They will cancel your appointments even if they have not talked to you personally. Their phone system is horrible. The length of time that you spend on the phone waiting to speak with a real person instead of the automated voice is longer than you driving to the next state for treatment. The office is disorganized. They seem more concerned about their staff meetings than the welfare of their patients. I would not refer anyone to this clinic.

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Front staff is rude and unsympathetic. You never see a physician. They will cancel your appointments even if they have not talked to you personally. Their phone system is horrible. The length of time that you spend on the phone waiting to speak with a real person instead of the automated voice is longer than you driving to the next state for treatment. The office is disorganized. They seem more concerned about their staff meetings than the welfare of their patients. I would not refer anyone to this clinic.

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My complaint is due to a tremendous nuisance. But, it is not, in itself, fatal enough to make me change practices. In fact, my experience is that many practices have problems at the front end getting through the telephone system. The telephone system here is sorely overburdened. Consequently, often there are 8 to 16 callers ahead of me (at least the system tells me so I can make a decision whether to hold or hang up). But, it is just not acceptable to have to wait 15 to 60 minutes and it is very disrespectful to the caller. At times the call is very important but this doesn't seem to matter to the practice. Because of this overburdened system messages or requests don't always get communicated. It becomes untenable to make corrections. It is really untenable to use the phone at all with this practice. I suggest looking into quick ways to fret out the reason and importance for the call, and then handling these in a different way. Educating us, the patients, on how to handle our questions would be useful (if it accommodated our needs seriously). Giving us choices is good. If it costs more to handle non-appointment calls maybe patients could pay a nominal charge or phone consult charge. Maybe you could off-load some of your calls to an on-line appointment system.Overall this large practice and experiences with my doctor are satisfactory, though limited. In fact, it is a little surprising to me it's as good as it is with so much business going on there and such an inefficient phone system. Other limitations of the practice is, there isn't a serious focus on dealing with the whole organism-- holistic medical practice. I'm not really happy with the level of expertise in nutrition, vitamins, herbs, and other forms of medical strategies and alternatives.

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My complaint is due to a tremendous nuisance. But, it is not, in itself, fatal enough to make me change practices. In fact, my experience is that many practices have problems at the front end getting through the telephone system. The telephone system here is sorely overburdened. Consequently, often there are 8 to 16 callers ahead of me (at least the system tells me so I can make a decision whether to hold or hang up). But, it is just not acceptable to have to wait 15 to 60 minutes and it is very disrespectful to the caller. At times the call is very important but this doesn't seem to matter to the practice. Because of this overburdened system messages or requests don't always get communicated. It becomes untenable to make corrections. It is really untenable to use the phone at all with this practice. I suggest looking into quick ways to fret out the reason and importance for the call, and then handling these in a different way. Educating us, the patients, on how to handle our questions would be useful (if it accommodated our needs seriously). Giving us choices is good. If it costs more to handle non-appointment calls maybe patients could pay a nominal charge or phone consult charge. Maybe you could off-load some of your calls to an on-line appointment system.Overall this large practice and experiences with my doctor are satisfactory, though limited. In fact, it is a little surprising to me it's as good as it is with so much business going on there and such an inefficient phone system. Other limitations of the practice is, there isn't a serious focus on dealing with the whole organism-- holistic medical practice. I'm not really happy with the level of expertise in nutrition, vitamins, herbs, and other forms of medical strategies and alternatives.

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I laughed so hard at the person saying the front desk is manned by a witch! So Very true!!! Then, I saw one witch training another. Dr. Avery is nice...if Only they would hired Friendly staff at the front desk. Stoneface and rude are kind words for them. Let's face it, the Only time I've seen them nice is when the Doctor follows you to the front desk and Suddenly, they are nice. I was about to faint to see a smile on their faces then. The Doctors should put hidden cameras out front on them. And to try and talk through that stupid glass window. You have to Yell and tell All your business to the entire waiting room. Grrrrrr.

Nobody calls you back...hate that there are several people at the front desk, yet nobody can ever get through on a call into that office. I hold my breath...I have to call and make an appt. I Wonder if it has changed there since a year ago when I was in the office. Wish me luck!;-)

I should be fair in stating the is One lady--when you can get through on the line--that was Super Nice. She needs to rub off on the others. The other staff--Other than the front desk--have Always treated me nice.

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I laughed so hard at the person saying the front desk is manned by a witch! So Very true!!! Then, I saw one witch training another. Dr. Avery is nice...if Only they would hired Friendly staff at the front desk. Stoneface and rude are kind words for them. Let's face it, the Only time I've seen them nice is when the Doctor follows you to the front desk and Suddenly, they are nice. I was about to faint to see a smile on their faces then. The Doctors should put hidden cameras out front on them. And to try and talk through that stupid glass window. You have to Yell and tell All your business to the entire waiting room. Grrrrrr.

Nobody calls you back...hate that there are several people at the front desk, yet nobody can ever get through on a call into that office. I hold my breath...I have to call and make an appt. I Wonder if it has changed there since a year ago when I was in the office. Wish me luck!;-)

I should be fair in stating the is One lady--when you can get through on the line--that was Super Nice. She needs to rub off on the others. The other staff--Other than the front desk--have Always treated me nice.

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My doctor is great with regular routine health care. Yet, she specializes in Family practice so it is a good thing.

I prefer seeing my PA. I feel listened and my descriptions of my symptoms are not negated. I have always been able to get an appointment is needed for an emergency.
It is what you make it. Dont expect a bright smile from the reception area but they do their job. I can do the smiling.

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My doctor is great with regular routine health care. Yet, she specializes in Family practice so it is a good thing.

I prefer seeing my PA. I feel listened and my descriptions of my symptoms are not negated. I have always been able to get an appointment is needed for an emergency.
It is what you make it. Dont expect a bright smile from the reception area but they do their job. I can do the smiling.

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The only positive I can offer is that the technicians are very kind and friendly and two of the five PA''s I have seen have been friendly and quite knowlegeable. Do not use this service if you prefer to be seen by a physician or if you have a critical condition.

The front office staff cannot greet patients apparently ~ conversation is limited to "I need your insurance card" and "I need $XX". That is it. No please, no thank you, no smile. Customer facing is important to me; not small talk but civil greetings at least.

I was able to see physicains when I first started going here. I have not seen one in the past three years even when requested. I had a critical condition requiring an ER visit three years ago and was told to contact my PCP immediately the next morning. I explained the details for my needing to see a DR immediately, but was told it would be three months minumum regardless of the need.

Forget the nurse line callbacks (24-48 hours is the recorded message)...I have never had a callback from a message I have left. Ever. Period.

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The only positive I can offer is that the technicians are very kind and friendly and two of the five PA''s I have seen have been friendly and quite knowlegeable. Do not use this service if you prefer to be seen by a physician or if you have a critical condition.

The front office staff cannot greet patients apparently ~ conversation is limited to "I need your insurance card" and "I need $XX". That is it. No please, no thank you, no smile. Customer facing is important to me; not small talk but civil greetings at least.

I was able to see physicains when I first started going here. I have not seen one in the past three years even when requested. I had a critical condition requiring an ER visit three years ago and was told to contact my PCP immediately the next morning. I explained the details for my needing to see a DR immediately, but was told it would be three months minumum regardless of the need.

Forget the nurse line callbacks (24-48 hours is the recorded message)...I have never had a callback from a message I have left. Ever. Period.

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The first time I was seen at this practive I was greeted with a abrupt "do you have insurance". I could not believe I had to wait so long for my appointment as I seemed to be the only patient in the room, but there were 5+ drug reps around. If you need to ask them something and just want to talk to a nurse I hope you matter is not urgent, the nurse line will call you back within "24-48 hours" as they say. What???? They are the only doctor I have ever seen who takes that long. And yes, the 3 times I left them a message, twice the call was exactly at the 48 hour mark and the third time they never called back. The 4 times I have been I have not seen a doctor, only physicians assistants, I can live with that but one of the times it was a "physicians asistant in training", nice....

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The first time I was seen at this practive I was greeted with a abrupt "do you have insurance". I could not believe I had to wait so long for my appointment as I seemed to be the only patient in the room, but there were 5+ drug reps around. If you need to ask them something and just want to talk to a nurse I hope you matter is not urgent, the nurse line will call you back within "24-48 hours" as they say. What???? They are the only doctor I have ever seen who takes that long. And yes, the 3 times I left them a message, twice the call was exactly at the 48 hour mark and the third time they never called back. The 4 times I have been I have not seen a doctor, only physicians assistants, I can live with that but one of the times it was a "physicians asistant in training", nice....

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I've been saying for 2 years that I needed to find another doctor after several frustrating experiences with this office and Dr. Avery. It's impossible to get an urgent appointment, you have to wait on hold forever every time you call, the staff is rude, and I even overheard Dr. Avery laughing to another doctor last time I was in that a patient was complaining about waiting too long in the exam room (while I sat in there for about 45 minutes for her to come in). They have never followed up with me after an appointment, even when I've been in there for serious conditions.

The last straw came this week when I started showing flu symptoms and had been warned that I need to call my doctor and get Tamiflu immediately to avoid getting a bad flu like half my office. I called Blue Ridge and left a message with the nurse line. They called me back a few hours later only to tell me that I had to come back into the office and see a doctor before they could give me this simple prescription because it had been over a year since I had been in. But I could only see the last doctor that I had seen previously, who happened to be out for several days, so there was nothing they could do for me. They recommended that I go to urgent care (isn't that the point of having a doctor, to avoid urgent care offices??) and then make an appointment at Blue Ridge to re-establish myself as appointment. I politely informed them that if I was going to establish myself as a patient somewhere, it certainly would be somewhere else!

Find another doctor quick before you get stuck like I did!!! Preferably an office that does not have a recording saying "You are number...9... in queue." when you call to make an appointment.

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I've been saying for 2 years that I needed to find another doctor after several frustrating experiences with this office and Dr. Avery. It's impossible to get an urgent appointment, you have to wait on hold forever every time you call, the staff is rude, and I even overheard Dr. Avery laughing to another doctor last time I was in that a patient was complaining about waiting too long in the exam room (while I sat in there for about 45 minutes for her to come in). They have never followed up with me after an appointment, even when I've been in there for serious conditions.

The last straw came this week when I started showing flu symptoms and had been warned that I need to call my doctor and get Tamiflu immediately to avoid getting a bad flu like half my office. I called Blue Ridge and left a message with the nurse line. They called me back a few hours later only to tell me that I had to come back into the office and see a doctor before they could give me this simple prescription because it had been over a year since I had been in. But I could only see the last doctor that I had seen previously, who happened to be out for several days, so there was nothing they could do for me. They recommended that I go to urgent care (isn't that the point of having a doctor, to avoid urgent care offices??) and then make an appointment at Blue Ridge to re-establish myself as appointment. I politely informed them that if I was going to establish myself as a patient somewhere, it certainly would be somewhere else!

Find another doctor quick before you get stuck like I did!!! Preferably an office that does not have a recording saying "You are number...9... in queue." when you call to make an appointment.

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In May of 2007, I was having a great deal of joint pain. I saw two physicians assistants, (Dr. Hammer my regular doctor had no appointments available) who had me have blood work to see if I had Lyme disease or some other disease to cause the joint pain. Three weeks later after I hadn't gotten the results, I called the office only to find out that my test was negative. No explanation of anything. This blood work cost me out of pocket after insurance, almost $300.00. I was horrified, needless to say and thought this was very unprofessional and uncaring.

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In May of 2007, I was having a great deal of joint pain. I saw two physicians assistants, (Dr. Hammer my regular doctor had no appointments available) who had me have blood work to see if I had Lyme disease or some other disease to cause the joint pain. Three weeks later after I hadn't gotten the results, I called the office only to find out that my test was negative. No explanation of anything. This blood work cost me out of pocket after insurance, almost $300.00. I was horrified, needless to say and thought this was very unprofessional and uncaring.

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Not only are they rude,they believe that your time is not important. More than once I've waited in a room to see a doctor for over an hour and had to reschedule the appointment. I should have charged them $25 for a no show, which they do not hesitate to charge me if I do not cancel 24 hours in advance. The doctors are fine. Most of the time they are over booked and over worked. I am currently looking for a new practice.

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Not only are they rude,they believe that your time is not important. More than once I've waited in a room to see a doctor for over an hour and had to reschedule the appointment. I should have charged them $25 for a no show, which they do not hesitate to charge me if I do not cancel 24 hours in advance. The doctors are fine. Most of the time they are over booked and over worked. I am currently looking for a new practice.

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I do like Dr. Avery, and if you can accommodate Dr. Hammer's frequent schedule changes, he is quite competent as well. A witch mans the front desk, so this will be your first obstacle. She has difficulty reading insurance cards and starts throwing paper at you when you politely inform her she took too much of your money. She doesn't say much, but the daggers that emit from the beady eyes are telling. After a recent brain tumor removal, I really wasn't in the mood for this. After scheduling an appointment for my son to get a HepA vaccine for a mission trip, we waited all afternoon to be informed that he doesn't qualify for an adult dose, and they don't stock a child's dose. They said I wouldn't be charged since they did nothing. We went to another doctor and they gave him an adult dose since he is 16, and over 6 feet tall. Now I get a monthly bill for this "non-service" even after I was told I would not be charged. Very impersonal & just want their money. Good Luck.

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I do like Dr. Avery, and if you can accommodate Dr. Hammer's frequent schedule changes, he is quite competent as well. A witch mans the front desk, so this will be your first obstacle. She has difficulty reading insurance cards and starts throwing paper at you when you politely inform her she took too much of your money. She doesn't say much, but the daggers that emit from the beady eyes are telling. After a recent brain tumor removal, I really wasn't in the mood for this. After scheduling an appointment for my son to get a HepA vaccine for a mission trip, we waited all afternoon to be informed that he doesn't qualify for an adult dose, and they don't stock a child's dose. They said I wouldn't be charged since they did nothing. We went to another doctor and they gave him an adult dose since he is 16, and over 6 feet tall. Now I get a monthly bill for this "non-service" even after I was told I would not be charged. Very impersonal & just want their money. Good Luck.

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This group cannot get a test right! The office staff is very rude and the Doctor's treat you like you don't have a choice. I stopped going to them years ago but my daughter wanted to stay on. She is now transferring to my Doctor's group around the corner because the office staff treated her so poorly. She was charged for a missed visit when they called us and cancelled the visit with her doctor. THey rescheduled her on their own with another doctor and when she didn't appear for the visit tacked on the $25 cancellation charge. Be careful with these scheduling people!

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This group cannot get a test right! The office staff is very rude and the Doctor's treat you like you don't have a choice. I stopped going to them years ago but my daughter wanted to stay on. She is now transferring to my Doctor's group around the corner because the office staff treated her so poorly. She was charged for a missed visit when they called us and cancelled the visit with her doctor. THey rescheduled her on their own with another doctor and when she didn't appear for the visit tacked on the $25 cancellation charge. Be careful with these scheduling people!

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When i moved to Raleigh I went in search of a new doctor near my home taht was ocvered under my united heathcare insurance.

My first trip to Blue Ridge Family Physicians started off badly with the 35 minutes that I spent on hold to make my appointment. After I finally got a real perosn, I was then put on hold...and immediiatly hung up on. Thatwas when i should have chosen a new physician.

While at the office the nurses had apparently misplaced atleast 4 patients in various rooms. I was approached by a doctor 3 seperate times, thinking I was a different patient before actually seeing someone who had intended on seeing me.

While there they did a urine test, rather than a sterile cup...i was given a styrophome drinking cup for my urine sample.

The results of my sample, and blood work were never commincated to me from a doctor. i recieved the paperwork for them in the mail a few weeks. Just the numbers of certain parts of my blood and urine...with no explanation...no note.

Don't waste your time going here...your bound to need a second opinion.

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When i moved to Raleigh I went in search of a new doctor near my home taht was ocvered under my united heathcare insurance.

My first trip to Blue Ridge Family Physicians started off badly with the 35 minutes that I spent on hold to make my appointment. After I finally got a real perosn, I was then put on hold...and immediiatly hung up on. Thatwas when i should have chosen a new physician.

While at the office the nurses had apparently misplaced atleast 4 patients in various rooms. I was approached by a doctor 3 seperate times, thinking I was a different patient before actually seeing someone who had intended on seeing me.

While there they did a urine test, rather than a sterile cup...i was given a styrophome drinking cup for my urine sample.

The results of my sample, and blood work were never commincated to me from a doctor. i recieved the paperwork for them in the mail a few weeks. Just the numbers of certain parts of my blood and urine...with no explanation...no note.

Don't waste your time going here...your bound to need a second opinion.

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