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By: Amy D.
Dr. William Chadwick
The office doesn't call unless there is an issue with your exam/Health. I've had health issues recently, so no phone call is what I want. Patti called at 2:54 on a Friday. I returned her call at 2:56 and the answering machine was on stating the phones were shut off at 2:45. Ruins an entire weekend worrying. For that reason, I will find a new doctor after going to this doctor for 25 years. I like Dr. Chadwick, but this shows no respect for patients.
By: annwells
Dr. William Chadwick
I would recomend Dr Chadwick to every woman. He is the best GY doctor I have ever had, I use to live in the Belleville Area and have since moved to Florida 12 years ago, and I make it a point to go back home and see family and see Dr Chadwick every year for my yearly exam. He is the best!
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