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05/16/2016
By: Robert D.
United States Government
I am in Zip code 111204 so I do not understand why my package from California was sent to the USPS at zip code 11256.the tracking number said it arrived at 11256 at 3:24PM, but as of 5:27PM had not yet arrived at the final destinationI called the number 718-966-7089 listed on the website, but it was disconected.
05/09/2016
By: Guillermo A.
Maimonides Medical Center
this is the hospital i was born in and this wonderful hospital that i was born in and that took care of me 2 days after i was born and i was born on May/4th/1998 @ this hospital
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03/27/2016
By: Elliot F.
Maimonides Medical Center
Disappointing is an overstatement. THIS IS THE WORST HOSPITAL. Four days in and I still don't know what I am being treated for. It's either bronchitis or pneumonia and the doctors are releasing me tomorrow. To make matters worse they put a patient in my room this evening that is coughing up his lungs and I think he is contagious. How do I know this you ask? The nurses are coming in the room with masks, gowns and the sign posted outside my room. FYI, The head nurse has offered me a mask and I can use the public rest room down the hall. Listen, I'm okay with sharing a room with someone. But to throw someone this sick in with me is crazy. My immune system is shot to hell from all the Steroids I have been taking for the last six months. I can't even just walk out because the doctors won't give me the prescriptions I need and they won't discharge me till tomorrow.
03/10/2015
By: Nicole A.
City Government Food Stamp Offices-Hra Infoline
The phone # they give you never works. Noone ever picks up the phone and they want you to beg for help. They had me wait for 60 days, mean while awaiting for my unemployment benefits to come to tell me to live off of that even though I proved even with my benefits my rent would barely be paid! The reps are standing around talking while they have a full waiting room to be seen. As if the people don't have anything better to do but watch them converse all day! The system is sooooo screwed!
01/13/2014
By: Najah T.
City Government Food Stamp Offices-Hra Infoline
Heaven forbid if their phone number is a working number and if anyone actually answers the phone!
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