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09/20/2012
By: maria4181986
Children's Mercy Northland
I was so thankful my boys were able to be seen, and there was not a long wait :) The Staff were super friendly. My kiddos recieved amazing care. I must say I would have given the clinic 5stars, but there were a few misunderstanding/communication problems. I was told my children's scripts would be called over to the nearest CVS by my Apt, but that was a lie it was futher away from were we lived...then dr/nurse did not call scripts over for both children just one.... Then when I called I was told they would call in meds for other child it took a while for that to be done. FYI CVS in Gladstone, Mo off 72nd and N. Oak Trafficway is very slow and they could use a class for customer service.
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01/27/2016
By: Amie B.
US HealthWorks
I don't understand way everyone is giving this office bad reviews I've been going to this office for physical therapy and was seeing Jason Gearhat and never had one problem with none of the stuff always friendly. If I ever have to do physical therapy again this will be the place I go always felt like I was wanted there no problems.Thank You Jason Gearhat
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12/15/2013
By: Angela W.
Truman Medical Centers Hospital Hill
My father was in KC,MO and followed him. He did excellent and invited me to stay with the students in the hospital while he recoved that is an excellent place for a gpa of 4.0 in Medical Studies. Always wanted to help the needy USA or abroad that is the true meaning of healing.
01/16/2013
By: hpujols
Chiromed Health Center
best place to go for back pain
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