Wait time was short and mammogram was ordered.
On time, caring, friendly and professional, procedure went well, questions answered.
Was sorry to hear Dr Turner retired.
Doctor Ighani is really nice person like every one that works there I just love the team that they are. And went i get pregnant again I will go back there because I really like how they treat me.
Felt a bit rushed.
I just love this office I wouldn't go anywhere else.
Her experience. She answered my questions and my annual womens exam was pleasant.
My doctor gave me my options and risks to each option. She let me make my own decision with time and didn't pressure me. She's always been so attentive, kind and very informative. Absolutely amazing.
DR. Ighani and her assistant were both wonderful, as were the front desk workers.
Dr. Ighani is very professional and also very enthusiastic about her work.
I were extremely comfortable and calm during my visit. Dr. Ighani explained everything clearly in details and answered all my questions.
Dr Ighani is very understanding and makes you feel better about any situation.
Quick appointment that covered everything I was looking for.
Doctor was timely and thorough with all explanations/suggestions.
Everyone is so welcoming.
The doctor seems to be in a hurry every time, like she doesn't like seeing me. I have state insurance and I know that a minimum time is allowed, but the visit is like going through "In and Out Burger;" she talks really fast, calls me "honey" and doesn't give an opportunity for me to open up about anything that is bothering me. I am a breast cancer survivor and still have questions after having a mastectomy. Do doctors even read the paperwork anymore?
Great place love the office staff and doctors
Dr. Ighani is the sweetest most attentive doctor I have ever had. I can tell she truly cares.
Friendly staff and amazing doctor! I felt comfortable, listened to, and pampered.
Provider experience - I was NEW to this provider and had never met her before. She came in and did not introduce herself but acted as if she knew me. She called me "honey" multiple times and that is not my name. I have worked in the medical field for 35 years and we are taught not to call people these supposedly endearing terms. Especially for an older person (60-ish) it seems condescending and dismissive. Lastly I felt my physical exam was perfunctory at best. She was in the room perhaps for 10 minutes and I sensed her main objective was to exit ASAP.