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04/26/2017
By: Raz R.
Clinica Virgen De Guadalupe
The staff takes a heavy load from their manager. Poor nurses that work here doctors always pushing money in their pockets.also some workers don't even get a lunch break cause of poor mangement.I heard the manager speaken with ugly words and she couldn't even say them with right English language. .good luck girls and stop the mistreatment you guys don't deserve it...so if like the bullshit stop by and pay them a visit
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06/20/2016
By: Elida A.
La Libertad Medical Clinic
Esta clinica es de lo peor y LA Doctors Elvira disque doctora le cobro a mi esposo por examines inesesarios no asusto diciendo que tenia principios de ataque all corazon nos mando a emergencia y resulta que mi esposo no tiene nada su corazon Esta bien y lo dejaron salir en 20 minutos Esta clinica es de lo.peor se aprovechan de la raza
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02/16/2016
By: Nancy M.
La Libertad Medical Clinic
The Doctors there are great excellent but the front desks sucks today I when in the afternoon and my daughter was seeing two hours after when I had to pay one of the lady's name Maria look like a man she didn't want to take my money she was just making wait for the fun of it. When I ask her if I could pay she was not paying any attention to me. All I ever wanted was to pay and to get out of there after having along day at work and a long day there. ����☹☹☹����Oh and if u want to make a complain about any body employees protect each other and they don't were anything like a badge... Doctors are great and other employees to except for two lady's that think they can treat the cusmorers wrong and get away with it
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02/02/2016
By: Antonio G.
Clinica Virgen De Guadalupe
This review is for the one on Seville. That front office lady with attitude needs to learn some people skills, very unprofessional. It's obvious that she is not happy there and takes it out on the patients. Pretends she doesn't know stuff and points fingers at other employees. Told my sick elderly Mom "Weren't You Just here like 3 days ago" with attitude, didn't help her with what she needed and made her feel even worse and made her blood pressure go higher. They don't treat their patients with respect. Long waits, rude, unprofessional, do yourself and your family a favor find yourself another PCP that gives you the attention you deserve and make you feel that your health is important and not have doctors ask you if your making up the symptoms your feeling. Thankfully we found a great Dr. Close by with the best friendly staff and the Dr. Takes his time listening to you. (Dr. RALPH MAYER on Clarendon) highly recommend.
06/05/2015
By: Irma R.
Clinica Medica General
Do not expect to be seen at your appointment time waited over 2 hours.
04/22/2014
By: yonatan11
Clinica Virgen De Guadalupe
Omg the place smells like crap literary....they have homeless men in there haning out and drinking.....and the staff is even worse.....
01/29/2014
By: F R.
All Care Medical Group
I love the doctors. no complaints there. that is with the only four I see. lately, they had really bad receptionist and nurses. they act like you're bothering them. If it wasn't for the doctors I wouldn't step foot in there. I've been going there for about 8 years and recently they've made some changes and I'm very dissatisfied. There's only a few good nurses left . Also, I had an appt. at 2.30 and it's now 7 pm and the pharmacist still has not received the electronically sent prescription even after I called twice to have it sent. I'm very upset and disappointed with their service. They need to work on their customer service.
12/11/2013
By: Lula M.
Clinica Virgen De Guadalupe
services horrible, avoid to came to this place, staff is rude and they don't know how to schedule appoitments, the person at the lab is horrible, this place is nasty
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01/21/2013
By: maribelb87
All Care Medical Group
This is the wrost place ever for anyone to go. There concern for patient well being is the worst I was there last week with the flu and another lady walk in with a big cut in her hand and the nurse told her to wait, she was bleeding on the floor and on the chair. I was like, "are you seriouse". The nurse told her that I was here first but I told the nurse to take her in, that it was okay. Bottom line is don't expect good treatment if you are serously ill, is not going to happen. Also, you have to make an appointment for everything, if you are sick and you are just a walk in, they will ask you that appointment are first and you will be last..... LIKE IS SAID WORST CLINIC EVER!!!!
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