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I left another practice that I was not satisfied with after over 1 year of treatment. Upon coming to Dr. Jolly's office in Alpharetta I immediately noticed the difference! He was kind, thorough, answered all of my questions, knew about recent developments in chemotherapy, and gave me hope. I believe that his treatment and that by his staff have added years to my life. In addition to Dr. Jolly there are terrific Nurse Practitioners in his practice. Kim, one of the talented Nurse Practitioners, offers excellent care (the best I've ever received) paired with kindness. The assistance offered by all of the nurses is exceptional - they ran many more tests than the other oncology practice, kept in closer contact with me, were proactive in offering medication for side effects, and were compassionate. Note also that the front office staff and assistants in the lab really welcome their patients. They have treated me like family and are truly professional. I actually enjoy visiting the office for my chemotherapy due to the staff! I'll never go anywhere else.
Posted: 12/12/2008 • Last edited: 5/02/2009 • Link to this review
We've seen someone from every group - and by far he is not only an excellant oncologist, he was more than willing to consult with specialists in NY & TX - and the funny thing was - he was already prescribing just those most up to date treatments they reccomend. We never looked back and many years later still in remission. He listens and researches your situation if need be. Most Drs. assume what you have and pretend to know everything and eventually make matters worse. Never the case after many years with Dr. Jolly.
Posted: 9/23/2008 • Last edited: 9/24/2008 • Link to this review
If you have lung cancer, this is the doctor you wouldn't want to miss. His expertise and knowledge is the greatest. With diagnosis of stage 4 cancer, he's a must! His clinic is ran with the 'terminal patient' as number 1. I hope you never have to use him, but if you have cancer, you must be with Dr. Jolly!
Posted: 7/01/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review