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05/25/2015
By: Joe M.
Steven Vandoornik MD
This Doctor almost killed me. He is bad. I almost died because of him.
07/06/2013
By: rpalmbos
Barbara MD Depree Facog
Be careful of any Doctors office that cannot be found in a time of crisis or a Doctor whose main goal is the betterment of woman's health however when there is an adverse reaction to prescribed medicine they are nowhere to be found. Even though this doctor works for Holland Hospital they have no idea where she might be even with this emergency of my wife. Off for the 4th of Jul;y with no emergency call number.
03/18/2013
By: angie.mcdaniel.10
InterCare Community Health Network
Not even a whole star!! Do not go there! This is the worst doctors office ever. The receptionist see and tell others personal medical information.I file a complaint on a doctor there for not doing her job, next thing I know they claim I failed a urine test for drugs, THAT I DO NOT DO!!! And refuse to let me take a test at another facility, maybe one with labels on there urine specimens, and lids.. The quality of care at least for people who don't speak Spanish, is almost non-existent. They never even called me back about my complaint. Now they are taking medically necessary treatment away as punishment for filing it. This place is the worst!!!!!
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