Transcript

CJ Lewis:

For our shots, that was one of the days I just didn’t want to see. But as quick and fast as they were, she didn’t have a chance to really respond to what she had done to her. She was fine! She cried a little bit, but after that she was like “this is it?”

Keyomi Lewis:

Just like when she came in for her 4 year old checkup, they sat down and explained to her what they was getting ready to do. They didn’t just come in and stick her. You know, she was already terrified of coming and she was getting more comfortable, but just having the staff, whether its him or the nurses or whoever, come in and say, “Hey baby, this is what we are going to do. This is what this is for.” It means a lot because she’s asking questions too. And if they just come in and stick her…

CJ Lewis:

They coached her up real good. They made her feel comfortable, real comfortable. That’s hard for her because she is off the walls. She doesn’t open up to nobody. But she comes here and feels comfortable and she takes a pen here and there.

Ronnie Wilson:

Well, should I infer then, from everything that you’ve said, that for your next eleven children that you have, you’re going to bring to Chapin Pediatrics?

CJ Lewis:

If I can come here, if I can just turn the hands back, I would definitely like to be here, because I really think that they’re the best. I’ve been to a lot of doctors, but I come here with a cough and he’s like “Are you coughing too?” So it’s just that interaction and he also involves us, “Well how you are feeling?” Matter of fact, when, I think it was the flu, when she had the flu, come to find out, a couple of days later, guess what, I had the flu.

Keyomi Lewis:

He had it too. And when we came in [Dr. Luke] was like, “You ain’t looking to good daddy, wait a minute, you need to be checked out.”

CJ Lewis:

That’s one of the things, I was like, well if the doctor sees me not looking my best, but at the same time I’m here for my daughter and he’s concerned about me. Well he has not only my daughters best interests at heart, but he also has ours. He wants to know our history also, what’s going on with us. It’s awesome, hands down!

Ronnie Wilson:

This practice is a one of a kind, isn’t it?

CJ Lewis:

Very!

Ronnie Wilson:

And Luke is a one of a kind?

CJ Lewis:

Very!

Keyomi Lewis:

She’s seen Luke and Dr. Shealy all since birth. Well, since Luke came here, Dr. Shealy was here when she first came.

CJ Lewis:

I think Dr. Shealy, we, yeah…

Keyomi Lewis:

I think she’s seen him first.

CJ Lewis:

Because I think it was something going on, I can’t remember…

Keyomi Lewis:

Precheck… She had just come from the hospital.

CJ Lewis:

Something like that… and it was the same situation. You know it’s normally on the same level, but we went down and to the back and I was like, “Where are we going?” It’s not normal. And then at the same time it was the same situation. You know the care factor was the same. It was like different person, same situation. It’s that care factor and that plays a big part in everything.