Trinity Health Locations & Hours Near Livonia, MI - YP.com
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08/16/2015
By: Reviewer J.
MidWest Health Care Inc
Cons: Office staff / nurse lady was not terribly friendly. I sort of felt as if she was "just doing her job," perhaps treating me more like a number than a person. But far worse than that, when I used the bathroom *there was blood all over the toilet*. I guess someone had cut themselves pretty bad earlier and no one had bothered to clean it up. It was disgusting... and probably a serious violation of health code.Pros: The doctor I saw was friendly enough. I had to do a physical exam for a 'general labor' employment position and the physical exam he performed on me was very fast and very non-invasive. He kept his hands off of my privates -- no "turn your head and cough" hernia check -- and I greatly appreciated this.
09/14/2015
By: Mary S.
Enriched Life Home Care Svc
The team and staff and Enriched Life Home Care were so kind and professional. We were in a very difficult situation with a parent who needed help and we did not know who to trust. We were referred to Enriched Life and their team and could not have been more thankful for all that they did for us and our mother. We highly recommend them.
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