Medical Associates has a couple of things going for it. The doctors are charismatic, the location is convenient, and the staff is bilingual (English and Spanish). These are not the things that cross a patient’s mind, however, as he walks in the front door. Disgruntled nurses and old equipment fill a cramped, unattractive, absurdly warm (in the summer) office. It is an unpleasant experience. They take all insurance, but if you can afford to go elsewhere, do.