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12/29/2014
By: Mindy A.
A1 Imaging of Kissimmee
I had and MRI w and w/o contrast done there. The staff was so sweet and caring from the moment you walk through the doors. My veins are very thin and the nurse was so caring and careful, through the whole procedure she was very sweet and made me feel very comfortable. I highly recommended to anyone!!
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01/25/2017
By: Grace T.
A1 Imaging of Kissimmee
I am a bit claustrophobic and had to do an open MRI. I was even freaking out with that but the staff held my hand throughout the whole procedure. They are very friendly and eased my nerves by just listening and talking to me. I will use them every time!!
07/27/2017
By: Christine S.
Florida Hospital
There are no words to express the gratitude of my entire family the the staff of Florida Hospital Kissimmee during his two week stay. They were professional, kind, clean and all around awesome!!!
04/12/2015
By: Judy W.
Advanced Gastroenterological Associates
Wonderful doctors and staff! Highly recommend this office to anyone struggling with IBS issues like my wife. 2 locations are easy to get to right off I-4.
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Physicians, nurses, physician’s assistants, residents, and attending physicians makeup the clinical staff of an academic medical center.
Medical center accreditation is not required, but most centers work voluntarily toward accreditation because it represents higher standards of healthcare quality and patient safety.

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