Hendrix Vision Center
11685 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA, 19116
1000 N Broad St Ste 2
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Indifferent staff. Checked in 10 minutes early for an appointment and waited OVER AN HOUR to be seen. Someone who arrived after us with a later appointment was taken back before us. WORST CUSTOMER SER
2.Galiani Ophthalmology Assoc
14 Memorial Dr Ste A
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4.Twer Ophthalmology Associates
7900 Bustleton Ave
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5.Neuro Ophthalmologic Associates
840 Walnut St
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6.Philadelphia Ophthalmology Associates
913 Walnut St
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7.McDonald Ophthalmology & Associates PC
522 Delaware Avenue
Physicians & Surgeons, Ophthalmology
McDonald Ophthalmology & Associates strive to provide the best eye care possible for all patients. Specialized areas of practice include but are not limited to: Holistic Eye Care, Family Eye Care, Cat
648 Childs Ave, Drexel Hill, PA, 19026
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