• 1.Quest Diagnostics

    609 5th St SW Ste 2

    Live Oak,FL

    0.42 mi

    (3)
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    Very well maintained, with professional and courteous staff. They do their best to make you comfortable.

  • 2.Quest Diagnostics

    221 SW Stonegate Ter Ste 107

    Lake City,FL

    17.48 mi

    (2)
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    web appointment and phone appointment scheduling does not work ,technical difficulties. Too cheap to hire humans to answer phones or schedule appointments .called help line and have waited forever an

  • 3.Quest Diagnostics

    256 SW Washington Ave

    Madison,FL

    27.13 mi

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11/18/2015
By: Mary S.
Quest Diagnostics
The staff is very good; however, my husband had a difficult time and did not get his blood drawn. They need to have a cot or bed of some type to help patients like my husband. He passed out several times, blood pressure dropped. They had to lay him on the floor. I am sure he is not the only patient who has a difficult time with a blood draw.
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09/21/2015
By: Kimberly T.
Quest Diagnostics
Make an appointment you get in faster. That office is totally under staffed, but they were professional (even while being yelled at by other clients). Make an appointment room is small standing room only
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04/06/2016
By: Anthony S.
Quest Diagnostics
Very well maintained, with professional and courteous staff. They do their best to make you comfortable.
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