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By: Rebecca B.
Universal Urgent Care
Been there many times and the nurses are top notch. All the doctors with the exception of Dr Lee are well educated and very sympathetic to the patients problems. He on the other hand... well if he is the doctor on duty go somewhere else. He likes to make the client feel like what is going on with them is beneath him. He is rude and impatient. DO NOT see him!!
By: Stacey H.
Dr. Hans Yu
I came to Dr yu for my first pregnancy and he's the best Dr there is !! Very professional and answers all your questions ! I had a c section because of fetal distress but he was the best Dr that could have done it ! I'm so happy with him and his staff !! I would recommend anyone to him !!! He's the best seriously !!!
By: Lone O.
Vascular Health
The staff are great and even though there are a lot of patients that come to the office they take care of everyone well and quickly. Not long wait. The doctor saw me and gave his recommendations. I cam here for a second opinion.
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By: Jerard G.
Vascular Health
Rosa has had a great experience with her procedure. She has had both ablated and the symptoms have gotten better as soon as the procedure was done. Elsita is wonderful. She made me feel comfortable and love throughout the procedure because she would talk to me. I thought as I were home and did not feel as if I was having a procedure. Thank you as well Gerardo for being humble and treating me. Thank you to all the staff at vascular health
By: nharrison522
The Spine and Orthopedic Center
The physical therapy and the chiropractor people have been awesome in taking part of my rehabilitation. Excellent and full of patience thank you for helping me recover.
By: amirykall350
The Spine and Orthopedic Center
The acupuncture I received at at her hands of them provided me with the first relief from the car accident from 15 month ago. Better relief then pain pills and therapy. She changed my life.
By: barnett829
The Spine and Orthopedic Center
The wait is not long at all the doctor is always seeing you with a smile and willingness to help. All the staff is very professional and courteous.
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By: Michael Q.
Kern Radiology
The staff was very welcoming Jessica did my ultrasound she explained everything and asked me questions and made me feel like I was at home I am very satisfied with my visit.
By: Hjosia H.
The Spine and Orthopedic Center
I have felt better since I have been visiting the Doctor. My experience has been wonderful. They are so helpful and compassionate. I wish I would of found them sooner.
By: pariss832
The Spine and Orthopedic Center
Everything was awesome as always, Have been happy with the overall service since I have been visiting. Everything definetly feels better.
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