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*****DR. PARIKH ONLY ACCEPTS PEDIATRIC PATIENTS***** Dr. Yashaswini Parikh is a caring pediatrician and primary care doctor treating patients from birth to 21 years of age in Norcross, GA. She is affiliated with Northside Hospital in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Parikh speaks English, Spanish, Hindi, and Gujarati. Dr. Parikh’s medical education began at Medical College Baroda. She completed Residencies in Pediatrics at both Monmouth Medical Center and at New York Medical College, Metropolitan Hospital Center. Patients visit Dr. Parikh for a variety of reasons, including illness, pediatric checkups, fevers, annual physicals, cardiovascular screening visits, flu shots, pre-travel checkups, prescriptions and refills, sexually transmitted infections, abscesses, acne, allergic coughs, annual skin screenings, arthritis, asthma, birth control, melena, bunions, certified medical examinations for athletes, and many others. Dr. Parikh prides herself on helping patients and parents receive the most informed and compassionate care available.
Verified Patient Reviews
It was very hot,and unclean. Staff was listening to music, And eating candy upon my check in. No need to fill out paper work online because they said they dont know how to pull docs.
My appointment was for 10am. I arrived 10 minutes early. I wasn't called until 10:18am. We weren't seen by the doctor until 10:41am. I was very unsatisfied with the wait time. The doctor was pleasant.
Front desk is not helping. After long wait they will ask you and dont give proper answers.
He was ok
Let me preface this by acknowledging that this office does provide Spanish-language service and appears to accept Medicaid. I think it's great that they give care to the underserved, and I have a feeling that's where the five star reviews come from. My experience, however, was just short of horrible. I got there early and wasn't seen until at least 45 minutes later. While my daughter was having the time of her life in the waiting room (which is nothing but rows of chairs in front of a TV), she wasn't so happy after being left in the exam room for over an hour. In fact, she was wailing. There wasn't so much as a magazine back there, and the policy was to have phones turned off. I almost wonder if that was to keep people from knowing what time it was, or from writing bad reviews from inside the office. The doctor told me the delay stemmed from my handwritten vaccine records, when I had offered to have my previous practice send them ahead of time. Needless to say, we won't be going back.
before i book an appointment when i read the comments about the staff i was thinking that people were over reacting , but it is very true the staff (front desk) is very cold no smile , no even a simple good morning , no customers services skills at all the nurses and the doctor were wonderful , the doctor took her time and answer all my questions , she is so nice i will return there for next visit
The professional that had seen my infant was very pleasant. However the staff was not as pleasant. The receptionist did not greet me when I had initially checked in or when I left out and there was an overall stand-offish vibe received. The first point of contact for any customer service should always be friendly and welcoming and I feel like that was not the case here.
Im new to Gwinnett county and needed to bring my daughter in for a quick physical. This facility had a open slot immediately and we were able to get it. The lady at the front desk was rude and did not greet me when I approached the front desk. I brought it to her attention and she was very nasty. The doctor was very rude as well. The nurse recommended tons of shots for my daughter when I knew her shots were up to date. I had to contact my previous pediatrician to check. At the the end we did receive quick service. The doctor charges you for forms to be filled and the place wasn't clean. We will not be returning!!
I wasn't sure what to expect, but was very happy with the care and quick diagnosis my granddaughter recieved. Thank-you Dr. Parikh.