I have been with Piedmont for two years for regular treatment and follow ups for an anxiety condition. Initially I had a PA that went by the name of Dr. Andy. I liked her. She left the practice. Now, I see "Dr. Tammy." I have never laid eyes on an actual doctor in this practice. For example, three weeks ago I went in complaining of dissatisfaction with Zoloft. Dr. Tammy said she wouldn't change my medication without bloodwork. I had blood work. On the day I had blood work, they had moved their location. I had no clue of this and went to their old location nearly missing my appointment. The lab results were normal. Now, she wants me to see a dermatologist for my hair loss complaint and still won't switch the Zoloft. I say it's like going to the mechanic, because any phone call about ANYTHING ends in "you need to come in."
Posted: 9/17/2010 • Link to this review
This practice is conveniently located, but so popular that it is hard to get an appointment when you are sick. The straw that broke the camel's back was when my wife called to get an appointment to address some severe pain in her knee and they told her they could give her an appointment in 3 weeks. Nice people work there, but they are so overbooked we had to look elsewhere.
Posted: 8/25/2008 • Link to this review