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05/25/2017
By: Rodney C.
Henoch, Abraham, MD
I walked into office wit heart implications and my left side was num. I am continuously being told they are going to help me by the staff. Unfortunately I came in with my complaint at 1000 am They are know telling me to wait to 6 pm or die. This is so unacceptable to die in the doctors office where you are seeking help but this is the health provider I'm under.
03/21/2017
By: Peter P.
Parkchester Medical
This is a very efficiently run business that cares about the patient and always puts them first. The diversity of staff and doctors is very representative of the community and they speak Bengali, Spanish and English as the main languages plus they have a Bengali doctor, Dr. Das who is very friendly and patient oriented.
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03/05/2017
By: Noel R.
Lincoln Hospital
I am a steady patient from Lincoln Hospital and had always been treated with respect .it's a very good neighborhood Hospital.can,the complaint��������
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02/26/2017
By: Merlinda S.
Bablu M Basak MD
I've been for few years as Dr. Basak patient he did an awesome job! Dedicated, thorough and concerned to his patients health. I highly recommend Dr. Basak as my physician. Staff are exceptional!Merlinda P.S.
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02/08/2017
By: Nancy O.
Docs Continuum Medical Group
I took my daughter for her follow up with the orthopedic. The doctor did not read his notes before he saw and we didn't even get seated in a room. Yes he saw us in the hallway asked her how she was feeling and told her she can go return to regular activates! Saw us for maybe two minutes in a hallway. I will never go back there and will never recommend anyone one else too.
02/06/2017
By: Demarius M.
AM PM Medical P C
I love the doctors and the way that they treat there patients. They are really caring and I'm great full for them
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01/30/2017
By: Cindy G.
Smart Choice Medical
I see a lot of improvement. Doctors and therapy sessions are great and they call to give you reminders.
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05/14/2016
By: Fedi Q.
Nader Hanna Dr
Took 5 months for results and still waiting ! They never pick up the phone for the most part I choose this trash place because it was close to my house screw that I'll take the trip else where
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05/11/2016
By: Cindy G.
Smart Choice Medical
The first week that I attended this clinic, I had a wonderful experience. Then they decided to change the staff ( front desk) and I was disgusted with their customer service! The employees (front desk secretaries) were very rude and spoke to me in a unprofessional manner. Also, I had a procedure done there that same day and they refused to provide me with a doctors note. The only reason I gave this clinic a star is because the acnepuncture Dr. Is very sweet and professional. Overall, the front desk ladies ruined my experience!
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04/11/2016
By: Gloria R.
Med Alliance
Excellent!!!!. all specialists are highly trained and experienced in their field (not students). appointments quick and easy. the place is clean and modern. waiting time: average (less than usual elsewhere). most doctors are bilingual and all medical assistants also (English / Spanish). I recommend this place, I feel pleased and not change it for any other. They provide all medical services. Everyone is friendly, respectful and professional. I've never had a bad experience in 4 years.
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