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09/13/2017
By: Jessalyn T.
American Health Network
Hadn't visited this office in a few years and my most recent visit was not a favorable experience. Staff doesn't seem to know what they're doing. Told me I needed to have a blood test, and after blood was drawn they let me leave the office. Called me 15 minutes later and asked me to turn around and come back because I was supposed to wait there for my results. Just received a call today from collections that I owed them a balance. Never received one bill. They failed to update my address although I filled out paperwork with this information the day of my visit. Overall, they seem like they're just lazy or completely incapable of doing their jobs. Either way, I won't be back.
12/19/2016
By: Kevin N.
American Health Network
Absolutely terrible. Staff is rude and non helpful. You can never get a hold of anyone and they take days to call you back. Doctors don't listen to your thoughts or investigate, they act as if you're taking up their time write you a prescription collect your money and get you out the door. Would not recommend.
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02/09/2016
By: John M.
ImmediaDent - Urgent Dental Care
I was really early to my appointment, and they did not honor it. They let themselves get overbooked. I've rescheduled for another time, at a different time, but if they pull this stunt again, I'll never recommend them to anyone.
03/25/2014
By: sweetmom7
Dr. Mark Andrew Dewalt, DO
With small children, they know us by name as many times we have had to come here. They are really nice caring doctors- Dr. Mark and Dr. David both. Easy to schedule, not too long of a wait, and all staff are really friendly and caring. Dr. Mark sent our youngest as a baby to a really good ear specialist-one he trusted his own children with, and I have to say, overall, that's the type of Dr. I would like for my family. He was even nice enough to squeeze us in to get an uncooked noodle my youngest decided to stick up his nose one day!! Thank you DeWalt Dr.'s for all you've done/continue to do!
02/21/2013
By: sandyhilliard
ImmediaDent - Urgent Dental Care
The place was ok but it seemed like everyone there was on foodstamps and welfare, not that there is anything wrong with that.
10/01/2012
By: rdiemand
Just Smiles
The facility is very clean and wait times are very minimal. Dr. Chahine and his staff are also extremely friendly and excellent with young children. The practice is small enough that they're able to remember details about my family yet large enough that they have access to the latest technologies and techniques. I couldn't be happier in my experiences with them.
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