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By: Timothy T.
Benefis Hospitals Inc
I drove the additional distance from Bozeman just to be seen in this ER... sure glad I did! What great and speedy care they provided to me. Everything from check in to all the tests. All the people were very professional and caring. The Dr. Matt T. and the radiology gal (sorry forgot her name) explained everything in detail and made sure my concerns were addressed. All the nurses were great! Can't thank you enough!
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By: Don S.
Burk Christine J
Dr. Burk did not talk to me personally about my daughters emergency condition. Was out of the office when I needed to schedule a important procedure vital for her care. Her nurse is completely ill informed and inept and botched faxing the appropriate paper work to get my daughter to be seen right away. Do not see doctor Burk or her inept staff if you want any quality in your care. Very Very bad news.
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By: Alaina W.
Bigelow Thomas R DMD, MSD
Dr. Bigelow and his assistant are very friendly, profesional, thorough, and informative. I was able to have a root canal done in two visits. They were able to put my mind at ease for having a root canal for the first time. So, if you need to visit an endodontist. I highly recommend Dr. Bigelow!
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By: Se'anna B.
TLC Center
They work well with your busy schedule, my son has learned so much in this last year. He also has opened up and made friends. The trachers are very observed and clean.
By: Thomas F.
Dr. Deborah D Dover, MD
Terrible service, terrible care.
By: kyriewise
Check-A-Child Day Care Center
My kids always love check a child! They've been going for years.
By: elizabeth.piercepinion
St Thomas Child & Family Center
Looks are deceiving -- first rate facility, terrible professionalism.
By: mtmama
Epilepsy-Benefis Care Center
They are horrible. I had a natural birth and they kept trying to give me drugs and epidural. They would not leave me alone or listen to me, did not care what I wanted or needed. My baby and I were as healthy as you could get and they kept taking her from me and wouldn't give her back even though she was just sitting in the nursery waiting for the nurse for over two hours to have her hair washed or her vitals taken!! I will never have a baby there again! I will be doing it at home next time!
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