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October 17th, 2012I love dr alli
June 15th, 2012Horrible
January 28th, 2012Great professional
October 10th, 2011LOVE HER!!!
I started seeing Dr. Alli when my baby was born a year ago. She has been wonderful. She has taken the time to evaluate him, respond to my questions and concerns. She seems genuinely interested in him. She personally called back with test results and took the time to discuss next steps. The staff is great as well! I've never had to wait more than 5 minutes to be seen. Plus, whenever I call the office with questions, I receive a return call the same day... most of the time within minutes of my call. I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Alli and the staff at Georgetown Pediatrics.
September 30th, 2011Doctor?
September 21st, 2011Not recommended
September 1st, 2011Stay away from this Doctor
Dr Alli's practice in Dunwoody is ALWAYS empty when she is the only attending pediatrician. She does not take the time to review and evaluate your baby/child, she is a risky Dr for your child, she prescribed a very strong antibiotic to my baby even though I told her she had adverse reactions to her previous medication. Dr Alli would not listen and she has always been very agressive, racist and offensive. I went to another peditrician same day to have a second opinion and my baby DID NOT HAVE AN INFECTION, he told me those antibiotics would have been harmful for my baby. Even though her practice is always EMPTY, she would make us wait over an hour and just spent with us less than 3 minutes, very unprofessional. She becomes agressive and offensive when you ask her any question, she should not be called a "Doctor". If you love your baby/child, do not take it to this "Doctor".
March 1st, 2010
December 29th, 2009The Best!!!
Dr. Alli is the only physician of the seven that I visited, interviewed and met with who can offer a text book explanation of any issues, concerns, or recommendations. I do not care about a doctor's personal experience with his, or her own children. Every person is unique. I also like the fact that she does not treat her patients and their parents as if they cannot understand a more technical explanation of a problem, or solution. Her staff is professional and courteous and that is what you should expect when choosing someone to treat your child.
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