1.Workforce Med & Rescue
604 Chevelle Ct
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2.Workforce Med Center
609 E Worthy St
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I have never given a bad review to a doctor. I felt Dr Marie Reyes was so bad that for the sake of saving lives, I felt it was my duty to review her. She is truly one of the dumbest doctors I have ever met. She contradicted herself constantly. In my opinion she needs to go back to medical school. She does not seem to know the very basics. I noticed she goes by two different last names. She goes by either Dr Maria Reyes or Dr Maria Angeles. I do not know if it was due to the other bad reviews she had. I hope this helps others.
My experience with Dr. Greene and his staff was a great one. I would recommend him to friends and family.
The doctor and staff are EXTREMELY caring. They listen to the patient, ask questions (very detailed questions) and analyze what is the best path to helping the patient regain wholeness. EVERYONE smiles and are very reassuring.
I think doctor Riche' is a very good doctor he takes time with the patient and he talked to you to let you know what thinks you should do and hoe to take care of your problem I think he is a very caring Dortor need too have more like him I will come back very happy.
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It was great !!! I did not have any pain with my wrist surgery I can use my hand just like I never had the surgery I would highly recommend dr Greene and the staff were all wonderful and josh was great also.
Dr.Greene is always totally focused on making sure I get the best understanding of my problem and how to have the best results from treatment.
Excellent physician. I would recommend him to anyone who needs hip surgery. Far exceeded my expectations of what this surgery entails.
great. Staff and doctors very professional and accommodating. Knee has never been better and would recommend Doctor Green to anyone. Fantastic and thank you.
Dr. Mays has been treating my familyMembers for a very long time. VeryProfessional, Puts his patients needsFirst. Respect his opinion very highly.
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