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Dr. Jeremy McVay places an emphasis on taking time to listen to you and delivering outcome-based foot care services to get you back on your feet. In order to improve our services so you can have the best possible experience at McVay Foot & Ankle, we would like to hear from you.
One way you can help our office improve for you and other patients is to let us know how we are doing by leaving an online review. By doing so, you can share your thoughts and opinions, and possibly assist someone else who is suffering from foot pain decide if we are right for them. If you found the relief you were seeking and had a good experience, please consider taking a moment of your time to leave a review for us on one of the following sites:
Google isn’t just the world’s most popular search engine – it also hosts ratings and reviews for many businesses. If you already have a Google account, simply sign in to it (if you aren’t already logged in) and then click the appropriate link below. Then click “write a review” and record your thoughts. If you don’t already have a Gmail or Google account, you can easily make one for free right here, then come back and leave a review when you’re done.
Everyone knows you can use the world’s largest social media platform to keep up with friends and family, but it’s also a resource that enables you to learn about businesses and let your opinions be heard. Just like with review sites, you can use Facebook to rate McVay Foot & Ankle using a 5-star system. In addition to rating with stars, you can also write a review that both allows others to know what they can expect, and us to know what we’re doing well (and what needs to be improved). You can either log into Facebook and search for McVay Foot & Ankle or use the link below to go directly to our page. (While you are on Facebook, it only takes a moment to “like” our page!)
Yelp is a review site that allows patrons to leave reviews and recommendations for businesses—including medical specialists—they have recently visited. To leave a review on Yelp, start by signing up (if you do not already have an account) with this link. Once logged in, you can go directly to our practice’s review page by using the appropriate below. Simply designate the number of stars you would like to give our office (higher is better), and then write your review in the section below the stars. Once you are done, click “Post.”
You will receive a confirmation email to verify that it was actually you who left the review. Make sure you follow the instructions provided in the email or else your review will be designated as “unconfirmed.”
RateMDs is a popular review site for patients to rate doctors across the country. Using the link below, either log into your account or sign up for a new one. If you need to start an account, click “Signup” (which is found at the top of the screen). Once signed up and logged in, simply select a star rating and leave a comment. After you are finished with your rating and review, click the green box that reads “Rate This Doctor” and the process is done.
HealthGrades is another popular review site that allows patients to review specific doctors and their staff. To start, click the link below, and then the blue “Leave a Review” button (found next to the stars). You will be redirected to a brief survey, where you can rate the office in a handful of different areas (staff friendliness, ease of scheduling, office cleanliness, etc.) and leave a review. Once done, enter your email address in the appropriate field and then submit your survey.
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review for McVay Foot & Ankle. We sincerely appreciate your feedback and willingness to share your experience with others. If you have any questions or concerns for us, please contact us directly by calling (719) 266-5000. We look forward to reading your reviews and hearing from you!
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