Pamela J. Brown, MD

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  • 2801 North Decatur Road

    Decatur, GA 30033

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  • 404-299-9307

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Dr. Brown is extremely professional and very knowledgeable. She has a good, if maybe a little too swift bedside manner. My only complaint was that I did feel rushed through and my wait was REALLY LONG. In fact, I think they forgot about me as an hour later I asked and they quickly came and got me. I like Dr. Brown, but not crazy about the office situation. Plus, Dr. Pamela Brown does not do OB work anymore...only Gynecological...this is good to know in advance.

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Dr. Brown is extremely professional and very knowledgeable. She has a good, if maybe a little too swift bedside manner. My only complaint was that I did feel rushed through and my wait was REALLY LONG. In fact, I think they forgot about me as an hour later I asked and they quickly came and got me. I like Dr. Brown, but not crazy about the office situation. Plus, Dr. Pamela Brown does not do OB work anymore...only Gynecological...this is good to know in advance.

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I think that Northlake Pediatric Associates is a wonderful pediatric practice! They have a new nurse practitioner that is oustanding. She is professional, thorough, and very personable. You can tell she cares deeply about her patients and their families. The other staff members are also very friendly and caring. I don't think that Northlake Pediatric Associates can be faulted for a long wait time when, unfortunately, that seems to be pretty standard in medical care these days. I've yet to find a doctor's office for children or adults where the average wait time is less than 45 minutes. It's the quality of care that really matters and at Northlake Pediatrics you're guaranteed quality care.

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I think that Northlake Pediatric Associates is a wonderful pediatric practice! They have a new nurse practitioner that is oustanding. She is professional, thorough, and very personable. You can tell she cares deeply about her patients and their families. The other staff members are also very friendly and caring. I don't think that Northlake Pediatric Associates can be faulted for a long wait time when, unfortunately, that seems to be pretty standard in medical care these days. I've yet to find a doctor's office for children or adults where the average wait time is less than 45 minutes. It's the quality of care that really matters and at Northlake Pediatrics you're guaranteed quality care.

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First of all the other review must not be for the right place because they do not see adults and they do not give treats.The staff is rude, the PA is not good (she wanted to refer my 3 year old for surgery on a hernia that doesn't need surgery, it's a genetic condition) and she is overbooked, the only doctor that is worth seeing is Dr. Tennenbaum but it is rare to get him because he has cut back on his hours and is soon retiring. The BIGGEST problem is that they want YOU to be 15 minutes early but THEY are always AT LEAST one hour behind schedule. We always had appointments, never walked-in, and we were always waiting 45 to 60 minutes to be seen. Then it is another 20-35 minutes before you actually get out the door. Even yearly checkups took forever. I worked in the medical industry for years and this wait is ridiculous for non-emergency and non-walkin facilities. Finally, I had had enough and the last time we went we waited for an hour in the lobby and then another 20 minutes in the exam room before I said something to one of the senior doctors who was standing right outside our door and was flirting with a new employee (who was young enough to be his granddaughter). We had another important appointment to get to, that could not be rescheduled, and because my son was not sick but getting a follow-up on an injury, and I could not wait any longer; I leaned out the door and asked him if he could check out my son really quick. I said that when I made my appointment that morning I was not told that it would likely take 2 hours total and that we had to leave. He said something about being fair and having his own patients to see. I suggested, very loudly, that he better stop flirting and see those patients immediately before they too walked out the door to never come back like me. I really felt bad for the children and parents whose kids were ill and were waiting for 2 and 3 hours, they are being held hostage to a sad situation. They cannot leave, and if they rock the boat like I did, then perhaps they won't get good care. Appointments are not supposed to be abused like that, and this is the only industry that can treat people this way if we let them. Working people have jobs to get back to and bosses won't believe people when they say it took 3-4 hours to take a kid to the doctor. People who work for hourly wages cannot afford to be treated like appointments don't matter.

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First of all the other review must not be for the right place because they do not see adults and they do not give treats.The staff is rude, the PA is not good (she wanted to refer my 3 year old for surgery on a hernia that doesn't need surgery, it's a genetic condition) and she is overbooked, the only doctor that is worth seeing is Dr. Tennenbaum but it is rare to get him because he has cut back on his hours and is soon retiring. The BIGGEST problem is that they want YOU to be 15 minutes early but THEY are always AT LEAST one hour behind schedule. We always had appointments, never walked-in, and we were always waiting 45 to 60 minutes to be seen. Then it is another 20-35 minutes before you actually get out the door. Even yearly checkups took forever. I worked in the medical industry for years and this wait is ridiculous for non-emergency and non-walkin facilities. Finally, I had had enough and the last time we went we waited for an hour in the lobby and then another 20 minutes in the exam room before I said something to one of the senior doctors who was standing right outside our door and was flirting with a new employee (who was young enough to be his granddaughter). We had another important appointment to get to, that could not be rescheduled, and because my son was not sick but getting a follow-up on an injury, and I could not wait any longer; I leaned out the door and asked him if he could check out my son really quick. I said that when I made my appointment that morning I was not told that it would likely take 2 hours total and that we had to leave. He said something about being fair and having his own patients to see. I suggested, very loudly, that he better stop flirting and see those patients immediately before they too walked out the door to never come back like me. I really felt bad for the children and parents whose kids were ill and were waiting for 2 and 3 hours, they are being held hostage to a sad situation. They cannot leave, and if they rock the boat like I did, then perhaps they won't get good care. Appointments are not supposed to be abused like that, and this is the only industry that can treat people this way if we let them. Working people have jobs to get back to and bosses won't believe people when they say it took 3-4 hours to take a kid to the doctor. People who work for hourly wages cannot afford to be treated like appointments don't matter.

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Pamela J. Brown, MD Office Locations:

404-299-9307

2801 North Decatur Road

Decatur, GA, GA 30033

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