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By: Amy K.
Complete Health Systems
Great knowledgeable staff. Very professional atmosphere. Caring technicians that will help walk you through the process. Sleep staff is wonderful.
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By: Gerald P.
Hurley Medical Center
this place talked to my wife, and she told them she could not make the appointment, unless it was after 4pm, they told her that only new patients were required to be there that early, and they couldn't make an appt after 4 untill this first one, so she told them she could have her husband bring our son. After waiting aver 20 min past our appointment time, the Dr. tells me that he cant do anything because im the step dad and don't have legal guardian rights.....which is funny, because I signed all his paper work to talk to a counselor and sat with him with his counselor.....maybe my wife should sue for that.I will never go her or recommend this place to anyone. They wouldn't even let me make a new appt for him, cause mom had to do it....I missed a day of work for nothing and when I complained about that, they laughed about it.
By: no1930
Baker College
DO NOT spend money on the truck driving program. they will NOT work with anyone most instructors don't know what they are talking about.. you are better off going to a side of the road training place. baker robs you of money for this program that I ended up loosing my job over due to having to drive and lab work on days I couldn't that's what I mean they will not work with you......
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