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11/07/2017
By: Jack A.
Heinen Medical Review
Took a pre-employment drug screen with these people. It took ME having to call a week later to see if they contacted my pharmacy to verify meds. Then they could not perform my entire physical in one day because the lab stops drawing blood at a certain time. They don’t seem to have much pep in their step.
09/26/2016
By: Peggy J.
Heinen Medical Review
Had to take a drug test for work, which is no problem since I have prescriptions for all medication I take. This place is like a micky mouse operation that can't get it together. Don't return phone calls and corporate is waiting to get this dealt with. Apparently they don't follow through with things either.
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06/01/2015
By: Nick F.
Heinen Medical Review
Staff friendly but can be fecisous, haven't met jade yet but brian tried to make me believe things that weren't true, hope there is a better experience with jade if I even go back
10/21/2011
By: hellome
Heinen Medical Review
i dont care for the staff to much, but dr jade is the best doctor i have ever had.
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