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By: matthewprimeau
Heart and Vascular Institute
While Dr elder is a wonderful caring Doctor, after spending 6 hours to do tests, i will not be back. I tried to call office manager and complain my complaint fell on deaf ear. Considering my sister in law works with Dr. Elder at another office I thought I would be treated better then this. They overbooked and put a whole nursing home ahead of me for the tests. Then they gave them food after I had been there there over 4 hours. I was offered nothing. So I left went and got food came back and told them to take the IV loop out I will never be back.
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