I have been seeing Dr. Fanning for years and I have nothing but amazing things to say about him! I recommend him to everyone I know that is looking for a family doctor. When I see him, I know I am in the best hands. His staff is always friendly and knowledgeable and everyone who works there seems to get along really well. I miss the days when they used to take walk-ins, as it made things easier when you're not feeling well but still have a busy schedule, otherwise the office is the best.
After a long search for a healthcare provider we were fortunate to find Michael and his staff. They have been nothing but professional and courteous since day one. It's finally nice to find someone with a good bedside manner and that can help us in time of need. I would highly recommend Mr. McGee to any of my friends and family.
Always feel very comfortable! Trust his knowledge and understanding! Adding humor into visits always makes it a better experience and I'm proud to call him my PCP! Not often you can have a professional, comfortable, trustworthy relationship with your PCP knowing you are getting the best treatment/advice possible and feeling like he actually cares for your well being! You are also his patient and not just a meal ticket! I highly recommend him to be your PCP!
Excellent bedside manner; the most important (and, these days, rare) quality that a healthcare professional should have. Very thorough, knowledgable and professional, yet not afraid to add humor and comfortable chit-chat to an office visit. I am extremely picky and have dealt with many bad (and also excellent) doctors, nurses, and office receptionists. I recognize quality, and Michael McGee FNP-C is very high on the list. The rest of the staff that I dealt with in the office get an A+ as well.
The staff is not helpful, because because Dr. Fanning talks to them with disrespect.He prescribed me a med for my anxiety disorder (GAD) that is rarely used for it. Bupropion (Wellbutrin, used for smoking cessation and depression). His intention was good in that he wants me to quit smoking but he gave me nothing for anxiety. And I explained this, but he didn't even consider changing the med, or adding to it.when I run out of refills on my NON CONTROLLED med, the staff acts annoyed/indignant.