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By: Nicole R.
Professional Association For Pediatrics
I have gone 6 times to this clinic. (Only cause it is were my insurance is accepted - so that sucks.) My shortest wait time has been 3 HOURS! Which is ridiculously long. I lived in Austin where doctors are in high demand and wait times there were only 30 minutes tops and that came with a board listing doctor wait times! It's inconsiderate and rude. If the doctors are this constantly behind then they NEED to space out the patients more, and don't get me started on the front desk people. If you are going to treat people badly then quite it's obvious that they don't like their job. I don't recommend this clinic to anyone. This office definitely needs to be checked by upper management. You failed on this one Hendricks you should be ashamed!
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By: Cassie L.
Professional Association For Pediatrics
My girls Dr is the best Dr McClatchi give her 5***** but her appointment desk people are Rude every time I call they act like I'm bothering them or they just don't have time to make and illness appoitme t gets really annoying if they don't like there job it's such a bother to do it they should fine another job wait time is horrible my girls appointment was 9am at 10:57 we are still waiting
By: ftmartinez67
Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services- DRS Abilene Field Office
There are awesome in assisting me in getting two new hearings which I knew I desperately needed. However financial was not possible to get, they not only helped pay for them but also able me to continued college assisting. My case worker and all the staff were very supported and friendly.
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