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By: Annie N.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
I will recommend to anyone. Service was Great! .
By: Anton G.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
Every time I arrive, the front staff is very welcoming. Very nice office and personnel. And the treatment I receive is the best!
By: Eva V.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
Extremely happy with Dr. Herman's exam, action plan, and explanation of my condition. .
By: Jaelynn V.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
Dr Karen is very sweet and knowledgeable. Over the past 4 years she has helped me SO much. I just Love her!
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!!!!
By: Q L.
Westwind Medical Associates PA
First thing I will say- they ask for your SSN, id, and also request to take a picture of you. Why is this necessary? This made me feel like I was treated like a criminal. The documents I read seemed to all indicate that the only purpose for this is to make sure they get their money from you no matter what and to send you to collections if you try to challenge them (I had a billing issue so I can say this for a fact). I guess I should have seen this as a red flag when I got the paperwork (but I have learned my lesson now!)The second bad thing was that- I went in for a preventive physical and wanted to be seen by the doctor. The front-office staff told me they couldn't do this so I was seen by the nurse practitioner. The Nurse Practioner, Cecilia Elias, did not perform most of the things required for a physical. Additionally, her bedside-manner was insulting: I tried to explain that I was having issues feeling like I didn't have any energy but she kept trying to say I was depressed and anxious and trying to peddle me anti-depressants. I held my ground but she still screwed me over because she put the reason that I was there as being due to anxiety/depression so I did not receive a free physical (as part of my health plan) but had to pay more than $100 out of my own pocket because of her mistake. I tried calling their office to resolve this but they absolutely refused to make the correction. They did do bloodwork and after getting it done- some issues were found. They tried to get me to go back and pay more money for the consultation but- like I would ever go back after the horrible way I was treated.Finally, I would like to say- all they care about is $. Their administrative assistants don't care at all about helping you. I've also seen bad reviews from them elsewhere yet I don't see them reaching out to reviewers to correct whatever issue happened. Steer clear of Westwind Medical and their shady business practices!
By: Makayla W.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
Thank you for always providing excellent service! .
By: Liam M.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
The treatment I receive here is always exceptional and is really helping. And I have noticed the front staff is improving as well...very warm and welcoming.
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By: Sarai maya H.
Westwind Medical Associates PA
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By: Carolynne S.
Dermatology & Aesthetic Center of El Paso
Very professional, helpful and friendly staff. Dr. Karen is very knowledgeable and makes patients feel comfortable. Thanks!
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