Lifeline Medical Services Inc in East Orange, NJ with Reviews - YP.com
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10/30/2017
By: Kay M.
Hendrick's Transportation
This company has been professional and provided quality service. I will use this company recommended
10/03/2017
By: Marquita D.
Hendrick's Transportation
This company is a sham! They will take your money and not deliver the service. Also the owner does'nt have CDL and the drivers are not trained or professional. A Sham!!!
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10/12/2016
By: Motherofebony B.
Hendrick's Transportation
This company do not pickup and do not give a courtesy call if not going to show up. And the drivers are very impolite
08/19/2016
By: Let's S.
Newark Community Health Ctr
I visited this location in June and July 2016. This is a decent little busy building in East Orange NJ. The staff is rude with a smile on their faces. However, I continued with my visit to the gyn department. My appointment was scheduled with a nurse practitioner by the name of Linda. She is a devil in the flesh. She misdiagnoses patients with no care what so ever. She is unprofessional and she knows she is. If you have had a bad experience at this clinic or any Newark Community Health Care location. Report your experience. Share what you know to prevent someone else's misdiagnosis. Share what you know to hold this clinic accountable for the lazy staff they hire. http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/Pages/File-a-Complaint.aspx
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09/09/2014
By: El L.
Arafa Transportation Inc
The absolute worse! Unprofessional and filthy. Deplorable conditions, drivers are rude, need to bathe and extremely tardy. Never again!!
06/24/2014
By: khalismuslim
Arafa Transportation Inc
They don't even have a working phone number to confirm your appointment.
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