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By: Christine B.
Bartels Powalski & Weissman MD PC
Received a bill in the mail for a culture that was never performed on me. I called and confronted them very professionally. They agreed to call quest and take the bill off. Next thing you know I'm getting a certified discharge letter. I only have 4 months left of my pregnancy and now I have to find a new doctor. All because Dr.Bartel messed up and put someone else culture on mine. Horrible!!!
By: Jean P.
Lancaster Medical
Did I have an appointment today? No! I just decided to read the reviews and I am DISGUSTED!!!! I've been going to this practice for 12 years. I have NEVER had anyone be rude to me nor threaten me with 'expulsion'. Makes me wonder just how these other patients have behaved. A few words about Dr. Kuehnling? Kind, trustworthy, knowledgeable, and in those 12 years, I have never felt rushed. I would recommend this practice to everyone!!
By: J M.
Lancaster Medical
Dr. Cleary has helped me for several years with a series of medical issues. I highly recommend him.
By: Donna C.
Lancaster Medical
They will drop you from their practice for no apparent reason. Never saw the doctor, only the NP, yet the doctor wanted me to be seen every three months. I asked if it could be every six months and the next thing you know, I receive a letter telling me I'm dropped from their practice. I'm healthy and there is no reason yto be seen every three months, except for the extra revenue for the practice. Don't get involved with these people, it will only cause you so much stress that's not good for your health
By: Dawn T.
Lancaster Medical
The office staff is incredibly rude and unprofessional. I have witnessed them being rude to multiple patients- including myself. The hold time on the telephone is unbelievable. It is certainly a money focused business. The office manager is horribly rude. I should have seen the signs about this "business" from all the poor reviews. Save your self the trouble and stress and go else where.
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By: Brigitte M.
Lancaster Medical
I'm so upset with Lancaster Medical . They just drop me for apparently no reason. I have an extensive medical history. I see my doctor at least every three months. They said they sent me and my Health care provider I letter stating they are letting me go from the practice due to more than 3 cancelation this past year. I didn't recieve a letter and neither did my insurance company . I tried to call and understand what happen and they were absolutely so ruined. I cried for hrs I love the nursing and doctors there . They were so good to me and my family . Its wasn't my doctor who decided to let me go as a patient it was the office manager . How can a non professional who has nothing to do with the patient care decide something that important. I feel horrible for the nursing ad doctors working there . They don't even know what there office manager is doing ruining there reputation. I could never recommend them due to the office manager.
By: Amanda M.
Lancaster Medical
I have experienced yrs of negative attitude long hold times and unreturned phone calls from this office staff. I have witnesses them be down right nasty to multiple patients on many visits to this office. I've never complained once about this treatment or been nasty back as I am one who firmly believes in treating unkindness with extra kindness. But as a Christian I will not stand for the way I was just treated. I called the office and In a very friendly manor I said I had a question about a bill I received and the response I got was " oh God hold on" in a very nasty tone. I really hope that the woman who spoke to me like that knows that was uncalled for and just wrong and if she's going speak like that she should be asking God to please let her keep her Job and to forgive her for being so nasty. I am shocked and now I'm on here looking for reviews for a new practice and I see as per countless reviews on this site and many others that everyone of them are pretty much the same on the nasty treatment from this staff. I learned my lesson to always check reviews first. PleAse if you read this spare yourself the disrespectful treatment and go somewhere where else where you will be treated with compassion and respect.
By: Eugene S.
Wny Medical Pc
worest ever. do not do what they say. need to find a different place.
By: Andie B.
Lancaster Medical
Terrible practice. The hold time to speak with a nurse is unbelievable. I care for my father (we both go here), I had to call for him last week on three occasions and waited over 25 minutes. I called today, again for him and was told there were no lines available. I then asked if there were no nurses. She only repeated herself. Last week I brought my son for his physical and waited more than 20 minutes in the room. So I left. THey enforce the 15 minutes late and you need to reschedule policy, and so do i. The staff was on lunch, I could hear them laughing in the room and smell the food as my son and I waited. I took my family back to our old physician this week, Its triple the drive, but it is worth it. The staff is poor here, so is the respect that the patients should be receiving. Dr. Keuhnling hands out prescriptions like he's got a deal with the pharmaceutical companies. My dad is not receiving the HEALTH care he needs, he is only being dosed. I would stay away. The reviews speak very accurately of the practice
By: Kevin V.
Buffalo Chiropractic Center
The best chiropractic center in western N.Y. I never had back trouble before and did not know what to expect. Dr. Palmer always has me in better shape after my appointments. He is very flexible with his hours and has excellent patient care. Nice office facilities, would never think of going any place else.
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