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10/22/2017
By: Alexis C.
O'Keefe, Lauren A
She does this part-time and that’s about how much effort she puts into it. Would not recommend for anyone that needs emotional therapy.
10/24/2016
By: Adrianne A.
Healthcare Clinic at Select Walgreens
Scheduled an appointment with the doctor at 2pm. Arrived 10 min prior to my appointment as required; I was told they see patients in 15 minute intervals. I waited 25minutes before the doctor even acknowledged me, only because i sought out management. The Pharmacist s just looked at me as if i were nuts and never attempted to assist me. I will say the manager was kind and did speak to his crew about being helpful. It was a waste of my time from work, nothing accomplished and still sick. I will make the drive and stick with Kroger's little clinic.
07/15/2015
By: Crystal K.
Group Health Assoc
They have gotten worse since they have moved into their new building in West Chester.I had went to fill my last refill on a prescription through Kroger, Kroger called Group Health (Ronald Smith, Dr.) for unknown reason (maybe because it was Ativan) but Group Health said they were not filling it that I had to come in for an office visit to see Dr. Smith if I wanted to get it filled. Their reasoning was because my Doctor, Judy Lawson at Group Health retired and she is not there anymore and I needed to come in today. I told the nasty nurse that I didn't have time to come in TODAY and it's not my fault Judy Lawson retired and that I am owed that one last refill without having to come in. This place is trying to pay for that new building by denying people their med refills and making them come in to pay a doctor's visit so they can bill our insurance companies and suck the co-pays out of us.I am very upset over this, my whole family sees these doctors. I will be researching for a new practice for my family.Group Health will not see another dime from me!
04/26/2015
By: markgrome
Medical Urgent Care
Horrible place. Don't bother. Waited for over an hour in an exam room. No one bothered updating me or anything. Still waiting. Go somewhere else! Trust me.
08/23/2012
By: missnikkiq
Group Health Assoc
If I could describe this place in one word it would be "incompetent". Everyone on their staff is too incompetent to do the job they were hired to do. You will receive bills you shouldn't, and you will be lied to. They will never bill your insurance (they want to make you take that extra step). The WORST doctor's office I've ever been to. Save yourself the hassle, find someplace decent!
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