Watson Clinic Llp in Kissimmee, FL with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Ramon G.
Associates In Dermatology
The Kissimmee office is the worst for costumer service. I have called the office numerous times since 9/6 to speak with a supervisor/manager reference our son being turned away for no apparent reason. I was told that I would receive a call and to this date I have not.
By: Rodney L.
Poulos, Margaret K, MD
Great prices and great people , would definitely recommend them to everyone!.Everybody was very professional and genuinely concerned.
By: Linda J.
Poulos, Margaret K, MD
Great office! Beautiful and clean! Staff is very nice! Dr. Margaret Poulos is an outstanding physician - extremely knowledgable and a wonderful bedside manner! I highly recommend this medical practice!!
By: Sharon B.
Poulos, Margaret K, MD
I would recommend them to anyone!.Quick, reliable, affordable, professional, and most important: FRIENDLY
By: mmorales1
USA Medical Care
HONESTLY THE BEST PLACE TO GET YOUR DOT MEDICAL CARD , Dr Erckson is very professional and very dedicated to his clients price is very reasonable for the cdl / dot medical card, he respect your time thats very important too. Thank you all
By: Julie A.
Enrique G Gutierrez MD PA
This is the 3rd and last visit front desk staff are beyond unprofessional the wait time is redicolous appointment at 10:00 am guarantee to check out at 2:00 pm. Second appointment I was told to come in as a walk in by Annie or Anna as early as possible 3rd person to check in and was told you are a walk in and have to wait until they have availability got called in at 10:00 am. Doctor is thorough and great but is it worth the wait? Moving on to another provider.
By: Billy A.
Hyde Medical Svc
This doctor is great but the workers are not . I recently went in there to change my prescription to a insurance covers one. I walked in and walked to the counter and waited for 20 minutes. no was there I herd them in the back room talking with the doctor. So I went out side to call them and and said I was coming by . No answered called 3 more times and then they answered. They told me that the doctor was not in and could not change the prescription till I saw the doctor , but I herd him talking in the back room talking to them. I was lied to and they did not want to help me. Also every time I go there it's a big hassle to get a prescription sent to the pharmacy it some times takes a week of calls to get them to send it over . There are never the same people working there. I recommend if you go there get a hard script so you don't waste days for them to send it.
By: Mel T.
Kidsville Pediatrics II
It's just plain horrible. No sense of professional etiquette whatsoever. They'll treat you like an incompetent parent who doesn't know the first thing about taking care of your own kid. The only good thing about the practice is Dr Cuevas he's very knowledgeable and professional but the office flow and service REALLY sucks which makes me hate having to come here.
By: J L.
Ajith K Potluri, MD - Potluri Ajith K MD
This office is very unprofessional and rude. I once needed a note from the doctor for my work and the office manager Rosa told me that the doctor will not give me a note and she would not give him a message so I could talk to him about it. I spoke to him about it at my next appointment and he gave me the note, so I let it pass. But last week I called to re-schedule an appointment that was for the 17th. I had the appointment card in my hand. I was told that I had no appointment on the 17th and that it was on the 7th and I "no-showed." I asked how that could be possible if I had the appointment card in my hand and was told that it's not possible that I have a card that says the 17th since the computer says my appointment was on the 7th. I made a new appointment for a few days later. When I showed up for my appointment the office was gone and no one had notified me that they moved. I called and got a voice mail, so I left a message. I called several times within 15 min. of my appointment to try to find out where to go but had to leave vm. Later in the day they called me and left me a voicemail saying I was a no-show for my appointment. I called back and was told I was being charged for a no-show because I didn't do everything I could have done to find out where they were located. I said I didn't think that was fair since I obviously tried to be at my appointment. I was then told that because of "my behavior" I was not a good fit for their office and should look for treatment elsewhere. When I asked to talk to the doctor I was refused. I asked if I had a medical concern would I be able to talk to the doctor and they told me that since I was a no-show they have terminated me as a patient so the doctor probably will not call me back. This is a horrible way to treat your patients. Both Rosa the office manager and Marian in the billing department were rude and condescending and refused to help a patient. I would not recommend this establishment to anyone.
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By: Tanya C.
Charneco, Vivian, MD
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