Multicare Health System in Gig Harbor, WA with Reviews - YP.com

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04/25/2015
By: Jennifer S.
MultiCare MedSpa
I would highly recommend the Gig Harbor Med Spa to all! The spa is one of the most relaxing, friendly and amazing spa's I have been to. They offer you sandals and a robe, water and tea, foot soaks, and make you feel so relaxed and comfortable. The staff works to meet your needs and make you feel so important. They are always on time and care about their customers.
10/10/2012
By: suzanne.haydenmentzos
Settle, C S, MD
I have had 5 doctors including specialist and neurologist for migraines I have suffered for 12 yrs. 3 surgeries. This Doctor is kind and always works to help do what is best for you. I always feel so good leaving his office. Positive and Professional. Thank you Dr. Settle. I feel you save my life every time I see you. Being in pain all the time is hard.
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12/16/2015
By: Keith H.
Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center
I cannot say anything about this clinic that is negative.Dr Kim was very nice,sincere,and informative.The staff was also top notch.My consultation and treatment made me feel confident that I picked the right clinic.I am happy that I finally had this treatment done.Dr.Kim gives you a very thorough consultation.
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