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By: Rhonda B.
Fort Smith Medical Center
From ladies at front desk , the lady in the lab, all the nurses , and my primary care . Everyone is polite, very professional . Yet you are treated with respect as an individual. I couldn't be happier with the care I receive . Would recommend to anyone.
By: Pat C.
Mercy Convenient Care
Saw Dr Collins on 11/19/16 for injured shoulder. She ordered an MRI and a prescripton. The prescription was sent to Arizona and when she closed medical records she cancelled the MRI. So, do we start over with new doctor???? Spoke with nurse Taylor. She was no help. The MRI order sets there until the doctor comes back in a few days..
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By: Marcos C.
Mercy Clinic Cliff Drive
terrible staff no clue including the dr they miss why took that careers client do no mean nothing to them never return call and all lie about it cover for each other
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By: Ron A.
Im Well Clinic
Ron A.02/19/2016EditTheir appointments are way too rigid with absolutely no flexibility. I always try to be early for my appointments, but when a few minutes late their only solution was to reschedule. Seriously? Absolutely zero effort was made to try to work me in. I would rather wait at a walk-in than waste my time trying to fit in IMWell's overly tight schedule.
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By: Debra R.
Arkansas Heart Center
I received extremely bad treatment at this facility. I asked for a 2nd opinion and was told that was not allowed.
By: ginacond
Sparks Regional Medical Center
My care during my stay was excellent. They did take care of my medical needs. The Doctors and staff made sure I understood everything before during and after. There was only one nurse on the fourth floor that was rude and put out because I asked a question. Everyone else was great. My problem is every time I go to see a physician I have a co-pay that I pay at the time of service. It never fails that I receive a bill for that same co-pay a month later. Each time I go to see a doctor I know I will have to call the billing office and wait on hold for approx. 20 min. When I do get a representative on the line, they act like they do not believe that I paid and have an attitude. It has sometimes taken 3 months to get it figured out, after numerous phone calls and faxes of bank statements showing proof of payment. In the mean time I have been turned over to a collection agency for something I have already paid for each time.
By: stephanie.rusch.50
Sparks Regional Medical Center
These people have the tact of a bedbug. They've led me on while keeping me thinking they could fix my hiatal hernia surgery for three years all the time KNOWING my entire case ONLY to let me know last Tuesday that my body would NOT be able to handle the sergery and I'd die. HE'S HAD TO KNOW THE THAT LAST THREE YEARS. What a E hole!!! Terrible hospital, Terrible doctors
By: barbarasl
Arkansas Heart Center
My doctor and nurse are exceptional, and care more about the patient's health than any I've ever met. They inspire you to do better. Even the girl in the lab is great at her job of drawing blood - and my veins are hard to get. Would be 5 stars, but there could be some improvements with organization in the front office.
Sparks Regional Medical Center
good housekeepers, especially (Lara), she wrks. hard & seems like she really enjoys her job. thats hard to find nowadays & she always polite& kind& down to earth.
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