Ratings for Dr. Mary Kiaira
Dr. Mary Kiaira is fantastic. She errs on the side of caution to a fault and is very accessible. If she is unsure of something, she looks it up to confirm and will refer quickly, instead of guessing under some pretense of being a know-it-all. She is very down-to-earth. Her drawback is a heavy Nigerian accent, but she is very willing to repeat herself, if necessary, without seeming to be impatient or irritated. We have been with her for 9 years now and have recommended her to many others who like her as well.
I had a terrible experience with Dr Kiaira. She's very brash and dismissive during all of our appointments. I went and got a second opinion and the pediatrician who wasn't accepting new patients, took my son after hearing our experience with Dr. Kiaira.
She is Horrible..I have been referred to DR.Kiara by my family doctor to refer my daughter to endocrinologist ..she doesnt listen to what I am saying..she said we do not need a referral , I just need to work on her diatary.. Then her clinic called me after 2 weeks for appointment with her ..then she decided to do the referral!!! Very unknowlegable and confusing ! I dont recommend her
Dr. Mary is a wonderful doctor. She diagnosed my infant daughter with reflux and even insisted that she look after her in the office while I run across the street to Zak's to fill the prescription (baby was screaming and inconsolable and Dr. Mary wanted her to have a dose right away). She has even taken the time to call me at home to check in on my daughter. She always goes above and beyond. I never feel rushed during a visit and I never have to wait long in the waiting room. Her staff is prompt and friendly and truly a pleasure to deal with.
I recently went to see Dr. Kiaira and I was very happy with the care received. I was taking my kids to another ped in Milton but found that whenever I would mention something, he would dismiss my concerns. I tried Dr. Kiaira and upon expressing my concerns, she immediately checked my children rather than telling me to wait it out. Turns out they each needed additional care. I'm so glad they are being treated now and am hopeful for a positive outcome. Like some others have posted, her accent may be a bit hard to understand, but personally, I was still able to communicate well with her.
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