3286 Northside Pkwy NW #130, Atlanta, GA 30327, USA
3286 Northside Parkway Northwest Atlanta GA
Beauty Salon, Hair Care, Spa, Doctor, Health
Monday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
About the business
Peachtree Dermatology Associates in Atlanta, GA
Peachtree Dermatology Associates in Atlanta has served the skincare needs of men, women, and children since 1957.
Alex Flores said 1 year ago
I've been here a couple of times for various things and have had good experiences every time. Kelsey and I Hanna have checked me in, but regardless the front desk staff is top notch. Very courteous, smiles, and a friendly greeting when I walked in the door. My only gripe is that there's only a few non parking deck spaces, but they let me know that it was validated when I inquired. Traci has been the only doc I've seen, but she is so nice and friendly that honestly I'd be fine if she was just the normal physician (there's a handful of docs to choose from I believe). She took her time and I didn't feel rushed or anything. Overall a solid office, which is hard to find with most doctor visits generally never being pleasant.
Brooke Sellers said 1 year ago
I went to see Dr. Law in November for acne and an eczema like condition. The medication for my eczema was from some pharmacy in another state that never sent me the medication and they were almost impossible to contact. I called yesterday to see if Peachtree could perscribe me a different medication I used but ran out of recently. The person I spoke with on the phone who returned my call today was so rude. Although I wasn't aware of the process, I don't think that justifies such poor customer service skills. Instead of trying to make people feel like idiots, just explain how the process works and understand patients aren't dermatologists so they may not use or know the correct medical terminology. She denied my diagnosis over and over because I didn't use the correct terminology, but I specified the location of my condition and described Dr. Law's examination from my last visit. So how could she have not known what I was talking about? Regardless, it's not a reason to talk down to a patient. You should be able to communicate with your patients on common ground. Other than this individual, everyone else is usually friendly and helpful.
A Garcia said 1 year ago
I was referred to Dr. Law by a friend and I am so thankful. Her bedside manner is excellent and she was very sweet! Best dermatologist I've met in years and I will definitely be back for all my skin care needs!
Rodney West said 1 year ago
I was referred to this business by a friend. Dr.Law is amazing. Had some moles around my eyes. Remove them with ease and healed like they were never there.
Ryan Patterson said 1 year ago
Dr. Strum did a great job of listening to my concerns, addressing them, and making me feel comfortable on my visit. If your looking for a professional atmosphere, and Doctors that are concerned with their patients time and concerns....then this would be a good fit for you.
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