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By: Maggie W.
Sacred Heart Health System
The lab upstairs connected with the physicians group is the worst. When you walk in then never say good morning hello how are you they keep their head down they're in the back laughing and talking that waiting on their patients and extremely rude. If you can possibly go to any other lab I suggest you do. When you check in to see the doctor at the front desk it's never good morning or how are you it's here's your copay pay it up. Many times they forgotten to send the slip back to the doctor said the doctor doesn't even know you're here.
By: Steve B.
North Okaloosa Medical Center
Great hospital! Doctors were wonderful as well as the nurses. I've been to other hospitals for a chronic medical condition and I've waited in the ER sometimes up to 10 hours. Not here. I was seen by the ER doc, then the Hospitalist and taken up to my room after some tests in the ER. I started to feel better that night. Everyone explained everything, which is a first.
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By: Anna W.
Gold Fingers Shop
Great service and fast turnaround............... very professional services will be back for sure...
By: Thelma R.
Sacred Heart Health System
I like Dr.Coopers office they take the time to understand senior citizens complaints.
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