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05/09/2014
By: mrsw0nderful
Mansfield Family Clinic
The staff is great, doctors are too, but they suck at time management. Every single time I've gone to this dr its been over an hour plus to be seen. Every time. Every time. Regardless of a day appointment or afternoon you better clear your entire day because you will not get anything else accomplished other than sitting in the waiting room. Oh and if YOU are more than 15 mins late for your appointment, you will be charged $35 per their sign. I've never been late but the doctor sure has.
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