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By: Kim H.
Carolina Orthopaedic Surgery
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By: Gail N.
Carolina Orthopaedic Surgery
This office has a very rude call center. I called to make an appointment for a calf/hamstring strain and was told that no new issues at beginning of the day even though this has been done for me before because of my work schedule. I then tried to call the referral line to get a recommendation for a different doctor practice(ortho) and that lady was even ruder than the first operator! I was trying to ask her not only for a referral but how to appropriately fill a survey out(survey is on their website.) She said you will need to talk to scheduling. WHY??? Can this person not help me fill out a survey properly to make sure it gets to someone who can address the issues I have? Then she transferred me in the middle of my next sentence which was "Can you put me through to someone who will recommend to me another practice since I have asked you twice now and you won't? I plan on letting EVERYONE know how I was treated by your office call center and ask them to reconsider using your office.
By: Jodi P.
Commons At Fort Mill
The only thing nice I can say about this place is that I have met some really nice people. It is in a great location and the schools are awesome...well, that's about it. The people in the office can care less about their residents and their safety and concerns. I have lived in these apartments for almost 2 years. My dog was injured due to poor landscaping maintenance and I had to pay over $2,000 for my pet injuries and the only thing I got from the owner(s) was that I was a bad and irresponsible pet owner. I have had a dishwasher that half way works and once the maintenance people got tired of "trying" to fix it (they did replace it, but I still had the same problems with the new one), they stop coming over to see about the problem and trying to fix it. I have had mold in my windows, ceiling and walls. It took them MONTHS to fix the mold problems in the windows and ceiling. And I was basically told that the mold issue in the walls were in my head and nothing would be done about. My apartment stinks like mold and I have a child that is allergic to mold and they can care less. The insulation is HORRIBLE....You can hear everything from the people around you. From toilets being flushed, to walking around and people just crazy.The extra amenities are crapy. In the gym the equipment half way works, the grill around the pool are are always dirty and barely works, the playground....well, you better hope that your kids have their tetanus shots up-to-date, there's rust nails sticking out of it and there are wood pieces missing and most of the equipment on the playground is broken. There is nothing else for the kids to do. Also, the pool is not kept well. I am so thankful that we are moving and I would NOT recommend anyone moving into these apartments.
By: Ryan K.
Bromley Village
My family's time at Bromley Village Apatments has been fantastic. Our little girls LOVE the amazing pool and have had a blast having movie nights with friends in the theater. The staff has always been very responsive and helpful. One time, we had left for a late evening and were concerned we had left an iron plugged in. We called to ask them if they would be willing to go check and they were INCREDIBLY gracious and even thanked us for calling to make sure. I highly recommend this property as transitional spot for those moving from out of town or for a long term alternative.
By: greg.adkins.50
Bromley Village
This place will fine for anything they can. Just had a drug bust there. Heavy drinking at the pool. Very slow on getting your depoisit back to you in a timely manner. Staff is rude, and disrespectful.
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