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By: devans22
Arlington Family Health
The office staff is rude, unorganized, unprofessional, and just ridiculous. Jill, the billing manager is unorganized and has lost my paper work several times causing me to have to pay more than what I was supposed to. America, the front desk assistant, booked me for a Friday afternoon at 12:30. I explained to her several times I worked in Keller and it would take me about 40 minutes to get there and I could leave work at 12 since I'm a teacher. I got to the office at 12:37 pm and they refused to see me saying that an appointment was never booked for me. All I needed was a quick steroid shot, and I was refused service. They then began to yell at me and tell me it was my fault opposed to talking with their incompetent office staff. I will NEVER go back to this office again, not even if I'm, close to DEATH!!!!
By: sanamustafa
Durbin Family Practice
I moved to Texas 2 years ago and looking for a family doctor wasn't easy to find a good one until i came across Dr Durbin she is the best doctor i have been to very caring and her staff is so nice. I reccomend her to anyone who is looking for a great doctor she is so caring to her patients and explains everything you need to know and she takes her time answering any questions or concerns you have:)
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