I have been going to this doctor's office for years and I love it. How is it you ask, can you love a doctor's office? Well, I'll tell ya. Everyone here treats me so well. If you can get by the Russian accents and understand they are not mean people, it's just their culture, you too, will be impressed with the staff here. Most of the practice, patients and staff, is Russian. All of the signs are in Russian, and everyone except the lab tech, speaks Russian.
I see Dr. Witten, and he is my favorite doctor ever. I feel so comfortable when I'm talking with him, and I can be honest and know he's not judging me. I know most people are not 100% honest when they see their doctors, and I never was either, until I started seeing him. Also, when I'm sick, they take very good care of me, and get me in quickly. He calls to check up on you after visits too. When I had my appendix out, Dr. Witten even came to see me in the hospital. When I leave phone messages, they are returned promptly.
As far as healthcare today, this is as good as your going to get. It's a small practice that takes the time to visit with you, not rush you out, and check back to make sure you're ok. This, sadly, is all pretty unheard of today, and it's only going to get worse