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By: Jake S.
Pan American Insurance
Customer service here is the greatest, and prices are the lowest i could find! My Cherokee & Yukon are well insured here.
By: Jerry S.
Pan American Insurance
Already I have them for 3 years insuring my car. And I am saving A LOT of money! .
By: Catherine C.
Pan American Insurance
I only have insurance with Pan American because of the excellent service I get here. .
By: Drake K.
Pan American Insurance
The agents here are very friendly and professional. They treat me like they are glad to have me as a customer. Glad they're my insurance company!
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By: Rudy M.
Allstate Insurance Agent: Zenia Chavez
I don't believe these folks understand what customer service is. I've had an ongoing issue for over a month with these folks. To resolve the issue, they refer me to someone else. That person refers me back to my agent. It's been back and forth, spending unnecessary time on the phone, fighting, and ultimately having nothing accomplished. Stay clear from this agent, and Allstate for that matter. They will gladly take your money, but not assist you when you need help.
By: Rebeca L.
Mt West Family Health Center
Horrible - I literally had an appointment today and I was 2min past their 15minute grace period and I was turned away - this is after several appointments I've had here w the female doctor that has made me wait over an hour to even get taken to a room and now because I'm speeding from work to get here she can't see me because I'm 17minutes late instead of 15minutes - ridiculous! They sure don't forget to charge my insurance and me up the ass but they can't make a 2minute exception- what have doctors come to now a days? Go anywhere else but here - maybe they will appreciate you better as a patient!!!!
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By: Raul O.
Duncan McDonald, PT
I had therapy here a couple years excellent treatment would recommend this house to anyone Duncan one on one treatment...My wife also had to have therapy...needs therapy now but can't go cuz of OBAMACARE..SAD TO SAY I would have love for her to go of luck DUNCAN
By: Francesca H.
Tier 1 Physical Therapy And Sports Medicine
I had a similar experience with these ladies and gentlemen awhile back in 2015; the receptionist and my PT doctor, Kathy Roth, wasn't too accommodating with me either, and kept re-doing my schedule, let alone that I came all the way from New Mexico, in hopes just to be treated with a little more dignity. However, I also have special needs as well as had to be persistent about those additional needs being met. But so far I haven't been able to find an awesome PT office anywhere in the Borderland, for they do things pretty old school here as opposed to Southern California. Ms. Erica could have been nicer to the patients up front, let alone myself, though she had to multi-task quite a bit with the entire staff as well as the patients. However, us patients should always come first in ANY doctorial practice, and should attempt to do all they can for us and with a great attitude. Ms. Roth's brother that owns Hagan Imaging down town is also a snob, and didn't want to accommodate me either, nor his ditzy female staff. And his wife kept cutting me off, and almost never let me finish a sentence, though at times tried being helpful to my needs. What is it with female workers in a provider's office making things more complicated in the Southwest anyway? Please ladies, get it together; not one of us were made the same but then they weren't afraid to treat me like a little kid as opposed to a full grown adult, despite my differently-abled capabilities. And then they wonder why on a political level, why their home town being in El Paso is considered by many to not be part of Texas, though it's considered to be one of the largest growing cities in the state. However, based on how many of the medical providers treat their patients, not very impressed with the proud state Texas at all. But on the contrary, if you don't mind being dictated by a white lady while her faculty plays "follow the leader" then this practice will be a right fit for you! But if you don't, then this office will be a nightmare. Also, some of the interns and people that work at these Tier 1 facilities are good-looking, but watch out. They're snobby attitudes and passive social avoidance if you dare speak up for yourself can mean trouble for you in the long run. The only thing I give these guys now is the fact that their practice doesn't appear to be prejudice when it comes to skin tone and different nationals, which is a good thing. But hey, I'm a minority on a bunch of different levels, so I'm rather used to being treated like crap pretty much everywhere I seek medical treatment; even at the dentist. (Loose translation) But in all regards, please be careful when you go out to seek a patient-care office, and don't be afraid to ask questions or to speak up for yourself. Justice comes from us....not our current president, government or even Congress. God Bless. ~Francesca H.
By: John C.
United Medical Walk-In Clinic PA
I had a great experience here. I was nervous about going to the doctor but I am glad I came here. Everyone was friendly, Doctor was very knowledgeable and the waiting wasn't even long. I would definitely come here again.
By: Elizabeth A.
Farmers Insurance - Elsa Ortega
I am shocked to say the least. This company owes me over $2500 and they refuse to pay me. I cancelled my policy in January of this year and have emailed Elsa Ortega numerous times explaining that they continue to bill me although the company has given me a letter stating that our policy has terminated. I called again this morning and spoke to Juanita and said Elsa was not available (like always) and she refused to take any responsibility and said that they are only a broker and not an insurance company & have no responsibility in another company billing me. However, they broker with them and represent the company! They even get a commission for every payment I make!! Juanita said to stop calling and that she felt "threatened" because I kept calling trying to get a refund and she found my situation really funny, she mocked and raised her voice at me numerous times and I had to remind her that she should act like a professional and watch her tone. This is seriously something out of a television show. I never believed that a company would act so disrespectful and abusive. Needless to say I have reported them to the BBB and I currently have an active complaint. They are a very abusive company and then act like they are victims and refuse to take any responsibility.This is my personal experience please choose wisely and ask a lot of questions if you are going to do business with them. Check them out on the BBB for complaints and you will see the currently have active ones filed.
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An osteopathic physician practices a comprehensive form of medicine that takes a holistic approach to a person's health. Instead of specializing in one system or set of organs, an osteopathic specialist focuses on the health of the total body. This includes evaluating environmental factors that affect a person's well-being.
Many family doctors deliver babies, especially in rural areas without a nearby OB/GYN. However, most family doctors only deliver for low-risk pregnancies and do not perform cesarean sections.
Family nurse practitioners are highly educated nurses able to provide medical care individually or with the assistance of another professional. Family nurse practitioners obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and then take the National Council Licensure Examination to begin working as a registered nurse. Then, they continue their education and obtain a Master of Science in Nursing. Following that, they become certified in family practice via the American Nurses Credentialing Center of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, allowing them to become certified family nurse practitioners.
Some family doctors provide immunizations while others do not. Typically, doctors who work as part of a large practice are more likely to offer vaccines in-house. Doctors in offices of one to two physicians are more likely to refer patients to a public health department or other immunization provider.
A physician's assistant is a person qualified to perform routine medical services. This individual is professionally licensed and certified, but they may not have the extensive med school education of a doctor.That said, PAs do complete almost three years of postgraduate study and more than 2,000 hours of rotations.

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