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10/11/2016
By: Fabiola C.
Berger, Renato Dr MD
I called dr. renato berger at 3:00 AM due to my child's asthma, rhe returned my call in minutes. that is why I am writing a new review, because my family really respects dr. berger's dedication to his patients.
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09/30/2016
By: Qua Đêm N.
Nguyen, Nam, MD
The best Vietnamese Doctor i've ever met. Low price, very courtesy facility, gentle and professional patien treatment. Recommend to everyone...
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06/09/2016
By: Kaila H.
CLSC
No one there speaks clear English, so you when you leave you'll be very confused. They force you to come in a million times. Even for normal results. Like, who can miss work 3 times for normal results!?!!!! Owners are all about money
04/18/2016
By: Fabiola C.
Berger, Renato Dr MD
We are very happy with our pediatrician Dr. Renato Berger and his staff. Dr. Berger is very talented and caring.
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02/13/2016
By: Simone S.
Berger, Renato Dr MD
Best pediatrician in South Florida! Staff is very polite. My children love Dr. Berger. He gets back to you when you call him after hours in a minute!
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09/14/2015
By: Amie O.
CLSC
Madness.They overschedule and cram as many people in as they can to make money. It is sad and unfair to the patients how under staff the clinic is and the owners must be so greedy
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08/02/2015
By: Maria H.
CLSC
I've been to both office and is not a good experience. The doctor I saw barely speaks English. I have no clue of my treatment.
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07/24/2015
By: Morgan T.
CLSC
Obamacare clinic. that's the only reason they are still open because they're one of the only doctors that take that horrible insurance.
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07/17/2015
By: Jay M.
CLSC
Do not waste your time here! They force you to come in as many times as possible just to get more money out of you and your insurance. They refuse to tell you results even if it's normal and you can't leave work to come sit there for 2.5 hours. Also You can hear everything in this cramped up little clinic!
10/24/2014
By: Teresa P.
CLSC
The moment I came in I was greated nicely. Everyone was very nice always with a smile. I was taken in quickly and the nurses were very nice and knowledgeable. I loved the treatment I received by the PA Victoria Perez and I can recommend her to my friends and family. It's a very busy place but wouldn't change it for any other. If I could give it 6 stars I would.
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