Kimberly Combs, MD

Kimberly Combs, MD
Piedmont Family Practice 2091 Langhorne Rd Lynchburg, VA 24501

Kimberly Combs, MD

Kimberly Combs, MD practices as a Family Doctor in Lynchburg, VA.Kimberly Combs, MD graduated from Univ Of Va Sch Of Med, Charlottesville Va 22908.
Primary Specialty

Family Doctor

Practice Piedmont Family Practice
Education Univ Of Va Sch Of Med, Charlottesville Va 22908
Training Centra Health Inc, Family Medicine
Services Kimberly Combs, MD offers family practice services in Lynchburg, VA. A family doctor is typically a general practitioner who treats most family members from children to adults.

Kimberly Combs, MD in Lynchburg, VA may treat physical symptoms, prescribe medications, diagnose conditions and much more.

Please call Piedmont Family Practice at (434) 846-7374 to schedule an appointment in Lynchburg, VA or to get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(54 Reviews)
4 star average for Service
4.5 star average for Environment
4.5 star average for Expertise
4.5 star average for Staff
4.5 star average for Recommended
3.5 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
I had gone to Dr. Combs for 3 years as my PCP and was mostly happy, but sometimes just felt as if I wasn't always heard. The final straw came when this doctor consistently ignored concerns and increasing medical issues (vertigo, pain, headaches, nausea, etc). I always requested a CT because I knew something was wrong, but she dismissed my concerns. After 6 months of continued problems increasing in severity (which she kept dismissing and writing new prescriptions to mask the symptoms - at one point, she had me on 7 different meds that didn't make a difference), I saw a different doc in the practice and insisted on a CT. He got me one for the next day, which saved my life. Turns out I had a brain cyst and tumor and, according to my neurosurgeon, I was about a week away from death (thanks to the swelling in my brain closing 3 of the 4 major ventricles in my brain and the 4th was about to close). If I had seen Dr. Combs again that day, I wouldn't be alive now. I didn't change doctors right away (my mistake), because I thought perhaps she'd learn and listen to her patients more. Nope. I went in about a year later for chest congestion, inability to breath, nasal congestion/pain/pressure (which I've had enough sinus infections to know what that was), etc. After I described what was going on, before even examining me, she said "'Tis the season for allergies! I'll give you some samples for allergy meds to help you out." She did a cursory listen of my chest, but that was it. A week later, I was still struggling to get a deep breath, couldn't breath when lying down, fever, etc. Went to a new doc (different practice), they listened to my chest, asked me questions, did a pulse ox test (my blood oxygen level was 89) and sent me for a chest x-ray. Not only did I have a sinus infection (which I knew), but I had pneumonia. NOT allergies. That was the final straw. Dr. Combs almost killed me because she didn't listen and then I had pneumonia and she didn't listen (AGAIN). Personally, I can't t trust her to ever actually look into my concerns and see if they're valid. I left her practice and haven't looked back.
by Joy XXX.XXX.115.109
They have a very good professional reputation. I know that I'm under the care of an expert. They've never dismissed any of my concerns as unimportant, and take every concern of mine very seriously. I love that they are always more than happy to answer my questions, and actually welcome questions. I've felt awkward at some other places I've visited when I've tried to ask a lot of questions, but not here.
by Angela XXX.XXX.87.166
They always make an extra effort to make me feel respected and attended to. They always listen to every question or concern I may have. They are an absolute expert in the field. I would never feel unsafe or apprehensive in their care. The restrooms at this office were spotless. It smelled amazing in there and looked immaculate.
by Althea XXX.XXX.126.226