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Qualifications and Experience
Almas Momin is a skilled and dedicated nurse practitioner serving the community of Lilburn, GA. Ms. Momin attended Georgia State University, where she received her master’s degree in nursing. Ms. Momin is a part of Lifeline Primary Care. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, and the Sigma Chapter Beta Beta Beta Honor Society. She welcomes patients who speak English, Hindi, and Gujarati. Her awareness of these different languages makes her accessible to patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Patients trust Ms. Momin's expertise because she consistently provides high quality care that leads to positive and lasting health outcomes. She is sensitive to the uniqueness of each patient's situation and adapts her consultations and treatment options appropriately to accommodate individual needs and concerns.
Verified Patient Reviews
She listen and cares. I feel comfortable when I see her. She is very knowledgeable.
She is very informative and knowledgeable. Her professionalism stands above many doctors I've seen in atlanta. I highly recommend her and will choose her over any Atlanta doctors.
Left me a prescription for two weeks when i needed a month prescription did not rewrite script for me
It was excellent and helpful
Please don't waste your time here you can probably find another doctors office that will actually treat you for your symptoms somewhere else these people are no good refused to treat my sons pain after he had just had his tonsils and adenoids taken out I have been going here for a while until today I will never step foot back to sit for hours and the bad part is that they have like 30 people working there I'm done I will give someone else my money good day DONT WASTE YOUR TIME
They have excellent customer service. Great Job
I have no complaints..very satisfied ..
I saw Dr. Pirani. He's always very kind and caring. I always leave feeling taken cared of.
The doctor looked at my swollen neck and just told me the name of the infection. She never told me what it is, if it's normal, how you get it, how you treat it, nothing! It seemed like she just read a book and just learned the names of illnesses. Doctor acted like she got her license out of a cereal box!
The receptionist took my license and insurance cards and before I realized she didn't return it I was half way to my next errand and had to turn back around in traffic, waited 30 mins in the room for doctor who then comes in and has multiple conversations with other colleagues while seeing me, then when I went to pick up prescription apparently the Dr sent it to two different pharmacies.
She was nice. It was a very long visit thought. I don't think she knew what to do really with what concerns I had. She was on her phone a lot. I believe looking up what to tell me. It was like a 45min appointment. I almost fell asleep.
I love her.
She was nice. I feel like my needs weren't met completely. I have strep throat and that junk HURTS bad. I got an antibiotic and wish I was given some kind of spray or cough syrup for the pain.