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06/08/2016
By: Sheila F.
Fulton County Family & Chldrn
The first problem is finding the place. There is no sign, can't see the numbers from the street and it is on the side/back of a building that is empty of offices in the front and looks like it is ready to be torn down. It took me going around the block a couple of times , asking at the building next door, of course no one knew anything.. to find the place and then only because there was just not another building it could be. I still didn't know until I got inside the building and read the list that I was in the right place. I have to say I feel sorry for the people who work there. The office is pretty depressing. I can't imagine having to go into work every day and looking at that place for 8 hrs. I realize it's DFCS but come on. I was there to just drop off some papers and was called pretty quickly but was told something different than I was told on the phone. Hope my papers get to where they are suppose to. She admitted she didn't know about my issue.
04/24/2013
By: doreliza.hammond
Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital At Emory University
I'm so grateful for this WWGH, they made my husband& I feel so welcome,the work that was applied to him was more than I can say.I feel thank you isn't enough to all of the staff.MAY GOD BLESS ALL THE STAFF AT WESLEY WOODS GERIATRIC HOSPITAL!!!
08/28/2009
By: drwissosweet06
Fulton County
This website has a lot of great information. It is very well put together. It looks very professional. It is very helpful and easy to understand and read. Great Job.
01/17/2013
By: cdfaulkner
North Dekalb Health Center
North Dekalb Health Center is not a free. They require a $50 deposit to receive most services there and $100 for the dental clinic. Nothing free about it!!!
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03/01/2016
By: Monica R.
Grady Health System
Grady Health System is a very critical part of Atlanta. The care that I received over the years at this location and others has been exceptional.
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05/26/2016
By: Glen W.
Georgia Technology Authority
Great resource for IT infrastructure. they have a broadband map of the whole state. Good for research data.
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10/28/2015
By: Ed H.
Kaiser Permanente Cumberland Medical Center
Great example of Kaiser's integrated care model. Fast, efficient, competent. Everything under one roof.
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