Holly A. Cearley, MD

★★★★★

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Dr. Cearley has cared for my 2-year old son since his birth. My husband and I are very pleased with her service, attitude, and competence. Dr. Cearley has left for maternity leave a couple of times in the past two years, and that's when we really realize how great a pediatrician she is. Her attitude is perfect for both little kids and adults. For instance, some pediatricians, talk to me like I'm a child, too. But, I'm an adult. Dr. Cearley handles switching from child to adult very well. Also, she seems to really care about kids. She's also very smart and makes sure that our son has the best care possible.

I only have two complaints: The office does not have separate well-child/sick-child rooms. The office has "areas," but how do you keep little toddlers confined to one area, especially when all the toys are in the well-child area? Second, the phone nurse (Lucinda Harris) is not very nice at all. She is usually very rude and impatient on the phone and doesn't seem to really want to help.

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Dr. Cearley has cared for my 2-year old son since his birth. My husband and I are very pleased with her service, attitude, and competence. Dr. Cearley has left for maternity leave a couple of times in the past two years, and that's when we really realize how great a pediatrician she is. Her attitude is perfect for both little kids and adults. For instance, some pediatricians, talk to me like I'm a child, too. But, I'm an adult. Dr. Cearley handles switching from child to adult very well. Also, she seems to really care about kids. She's also very smart and makes sure that our son has the best care possible.

I only have two complaints: The office does not have separate well-child/sick-child rooms. The office has "areas," but how do you keep little toddlers confined to one area, especially when all the toys are in the well-child area? Second, the phone nurse (Lucinda Harris) is not very nice at all. She is usually very rude and impatient on the phone and doesn't seem to really want to help.

Pros: Service, Attitude, Nurturing Environment, Genuine

Cons: No Separate Well/Sick-Child Rooms, Phone Nurse

 

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