St Vincent Hospital On 86th Street in Indianapolis, IN with Reviews - YP.com

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03/31/2015
By: Robert P.
Saturn BioMedical
Awesome place! New donors get paid $50.00 for each donation (first 4) and now they are offering an extra $5.00 for students who show their student iD cards. NOT to mention that they are the only center in the area that pays cash and not those stupid pre paid cards. Hands down the best center around
10/06/2012
By: mr.penn
Community Hospital South
The nurses on 3 East rocked. The staff was nice and the food awesome. My only complaint would be this hospital has a lot of attending Nurse Prac, and though she tried. If a patient is an Infectious Disease Patient I would think more than a Nurse Prac would be attending?!
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05/12/2016
By: R'leta W.
Community Westview Hospital
Could not get my primary care doc to help me after 4 visits even being 1 handed and westview docs made them help me finally. Thank God for Westview I could not even use my 1 hand
06/12/2013
By: rlr007
Saturn BioMedical
I was really nervous about donating, but they were friendly and made me feel comfortable. An easy way to make extra money :)
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06/08/2016
By: Doreatha B.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Im trying to find the location of this hospital,never been before please send the direction to this place please.
01/23/2013
By: jeremy.thurman.758
IU Health Methodist Hospital
they supply very good support... Unlike other places that treat you like a number on the stats ... Thank you
06/12/2013
By: jazzy17
Saturn BioMedical
I just left this place. They have some new kind of fast machine. Only took me 28 minutes. :)
07/11/2013
By: laci.davis.92
Saturn BioMedical
Thank You Saturn Biomedical! You are convienent, clean, comfortable, and the ppl are great!
09/10/2014
By: Nick K.
Community Hospital South
Makes sure you're comfortable, and listens and cares for your concerns
06/12/2013
By: jmhjts2
Saturn BioMedical
Awesome customer service...friendly staff
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