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03/17/2017
By: Shado T.
Craig Carter DR
This has got to be the worst place on earth. I had my prescription filled at Lens Crafters. The glasses were perfect. With the same prescription I got a second pair of glass filled at universal eye care. Dr. Craig C. Carter. What a disaster. The glasses were so bad they were completely unusable. If anyone is looking for a good place to buy glasses, my experience was the worst.After my experience I would give this place less than zero as a rating. Beware, Everything is not what it appears to be on the surface.
02/23/2017
By: Jade S.
Dr. Ronald R Hurst, MD
My 83 year old mom needed gall bladder surgery and Dr. Hurst came highly recommended. He explained everything to my Mom and me and he has a great bedside manner.
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11/04/2015
By: Raul S.
Regent Medical
Hi yes I recently did my externship here for a month and they are all just horrible here one nurse is extremely lazy here they don't move fast enough the patients would be sitting out there hours just to see a doctor and he would take his time and move slow , when I started my externship they would always want me to put in the patients while one of the lazy nurses will just sit there and have me do her work they didn't hire me at the end because they said they no positions wasn't available but they didn't hire me because they're low on money and paying the nurses double because they rather people working there that's been there since it's opened and pay them more then to let someone new in they only let externs come because they don't have to pay them the business manger just sits down on the phones all day and there customer services reps have horrible attitudes and the place is very dirty and they need knew everything in there but they're to cheap to fix things in there I had an horrible experience there and I worked my hardest to get hired but was let down because they don't wanna hire new people because they rather give the employees that's already there more then what they should be getting paid the way they oppriate there should be very illegal because it's so unorganized there.
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09/10/2015
By: Jayme S.
Global Cardio Care
Global Cardio Care is a long-standing member of the community in Inglewood. It heals hearts and prevents cardiovascular disease with EECP therapy. Amazing place, people.
10/07/2014
By: Fernnelia P.
Kheradyar, David, MD
Dr. David Kheradyar office telephone line stays busy. How can anyone make an appointment when you can't get through? Its so sad when patients has to endure this type of frustration.
08/29/2014
By: Jade S.
Denise Albury MD
Dr. Albury has been my kids dr. for several years now and she is fantastic.
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