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06/10/2016
By: Deniese B.
DR Janice E Milligan MD
This is the WORST place to go. WHY make an appt for a certain time, if you make them wait 3 hrs to see you. NEWS FLASH doc our time is just as IMPORTANT yours if not MORE
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01/28/2016
By: Wanda R.
Leal Medical Center
Some staff members are very rude and waiting time is too long. I would not recommend them to anyone. Was very disappointed with the way they treated me.
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01/19/2016
By: Elvira L.
M Elena Kendall
Dr Kendall Office Washington great they treated me wonderfully i received great bedside manners frontera they doctor they Aoerolase laser treatment Washington helpful i Would recommend DR Kendall anda her staff
01/12/2015
By: Stacy L.
DR Janice E Milligan MD
Dr. Milligan is the best primary care physician in Homestead. You will wait a while but that is because she spends an appropriate amount of time with each patient. Her staff is friendly and professional. She is thorough and you will feel safe with her. I highly recommend dr. Milligan.
01/12/2015
By: Stacy L.
Bermudez Roberto MD
This dr does not treat non-hispanics. The staff is rude and incompetent. You will wait at least 3 hours & then not see the dr if you are non-hispanic. If you are a pain pt you must give a urine test for every refill in a filthy toilet with no seat. They treat you like a drug dealer or addict. Dr. Milligan is MUCH BETTER.
09/17/2014
By: Martinez C.
Milton Bengoa MD
This was by far the worst doctors office I have ever been to. I was a new patient and my appointment was at 11:00am however I was not seen by the doctor until 3:00. I was asked to leave and come back twice after I refused the second time and asked that they just cancel my appointment and refund me my copay the manager has the nerve to come out and yell at me infront of the entire office that I was discriminating against the doctor when in reality I was leaving do to the poor staff and the fact that they were rude and unorganized the doctor did not even introduce himself or greet us. Overall I had to report them to the better business bureau.
09/28/2013
By: michele7169
Bermudez Roberto MD
I saw doc for 2 trs with fibromialgia, arthritis, shingles few times a yes.. An assault.. 2 car accidents and neck and back surg.. Can t sit or barely walk!"or sit,,, hes given me p and my refill date is momday now wat? Pain n with drawl? No warning or tapering off!! Not good gor the body!0
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