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08/13/2013
By: jmor200
Community Health Center Inc
Toke me 40 mins. for someone to take my phone number down so that the person who makes new client appointments can contact me! In the 40 mins I was hung up on 4x and put on hold 3x ! Everytime I called back there was a new person! Once I said something about the bad service the women said that there was only once person that made appointments for new clients! ( Thats ridiculous ) & that she wasnt in! Mind you it was 11am. Not on their lunch time or break! HOW hard is it to make an appointment these days ??? They said that the front desk would have been able to help but that their system changed and I had to speak to this person! Theres 5 front desk people but only one person can help me? I felt like I was at the DMV to make ONE appointment! RIDICULOUS!!!!! & they told me if they dont call me back, to call them back at 2! How much you want to bet that they wont call me back?? Danbury clinics are as ratchet as the people who live here! SHAME!
01/07/2015
By: Nick M.
Optimum Medical, LLC Dr. Jacques E. Etienne M.D., F.A.A.P
Just want to say that it is a shame that someone would comment negatively about this Dr.He has been my childrens pediatrician for over 8yrs, as was their Dr. When he was at another practice and I followed as he is an excellent Dr. Always very tentative to my kids. Never misses a thing and has always made the right call for them. He also speaks Spanish and Portuguese which in Danbury is a benefit. Him and his wife and extremly friendly to the extened that when out in public they say Hello. All I can say to the aparent former employee who posted a negative review is shame on you, and just grow up
06/11/2014
By: Cassie P.
Perera, Tarique D, MD
Brilliant psychiatrist. Truly goes out of his way for his patients.
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06/05/2015
By: Dean T.
Danbury Medical Group
These are the best doctors in town.
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