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01/18/2013
By: candy.unger.5
Quest Diagnostics
These people used to be so incredibly awful, when they were over by Hertel and Delaware---patients were generally terrified of them. And that facility was filthy, I sneezed for an hour every time I went there. I don't know if these new people are stupid as the above review implies clearly, but I'll take stupid over hostile, angry, agressive, oh man they were really bad before they opened at this new location. This present crew has always been nice and professional with me.
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06/23/2016
By: Alex W.
Quest Diagnostics
i GOT LUCKY AND WENT IN WHEN THERE WAS NO PATIENT WAITING. WHEN I CAME OUT THE WAITING ROOM WAS VERY POPULATED. THE PHLEBOTOMIST WAS VERY GOOD AND GOT MY VEIN ON THE FIRST TRY FOR A NUMEROUS DRAW. IMPRESSIVE SKILLED, AND KIND.
03/09/2013
By: ruppce
Quest Diagnostics
The people who work here a very good at their job, professional and nice. The services are completed in a good timely manner. The place is always clean.
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09/02/2016
By: Ronald B.
Quest Diagnostics
I was treated with respect.I visited there before and receive the same Serivce.I will return to Quest in the future
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In cases when drug test results are not available within a few minutes, results are often mailed to the employer ordering the test.

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