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05/07/2017
By: Juliane S.
Doctors Care
The nurses and doctors are great. Professional and caring no question. But, the process of signing in, being called to a room and the payment process needs to be greatly improved. I went online to set an appt. for 10:00. I arrived and was not called back until 11:00. I did not see the dr. until 11:30. Then I waited in the waiting room to pay until 1:10. I was told by the receptionist there was nothing she could do. No apologies. I was obviously frustrated with the wait. Nothing was said. Poor customer service.
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04/19/2015
By: James Q.
Lake Carolina Pain And Spine Center
DR Koranloo changed my life I am normally an out going ns social person because of my pain I had become withdrawn and refused almost all invitations do do things . The pain patch he prescribed changed my life I am once again enjoying like ns my friends !! James A Quinn
08/01/2015
By: Emma S.
Doctors Care Northeast
Great service, super friendly and caring staff. Exactly what you need when it is an emergency, and they honor most insurances. I did not have to pay anything out of pocket with my plan. Great place. Thank you for your help!!!
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06/20/2017
By: Ricardo C.
Resource Medical Group
They're very good at taking care of my equipment and supplies. Very friendly easy to work with staff. I would recommend if you need any medical supplies two give them a call.
12/30/2013
By: Angela L.
Doctors Care
When I need an MD on weekends or evenings, or when I cannot schedule appointment around my work schedule, I need Doctors Care!
12/30/2013
By: Angela L.
Doctors Care Ridgeview
Weekends and evenings, hereme and my family come! Thanks!
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Physicians, nurses, physician’s assistants, residents, and attending physicians makeup the clinical staff of an academic medical center.
Medical center accreditation is not required, but most centers work voluntarily toward accreditation because it represents higher standards of healthcare quality and patient safety.

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