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By: Mariah M.
Tiggeriffic Preschool & Daycare
This facility in Meridian is concerning. My niece came to visit me last week after being there all day with 2 bruises on her forehead and one on her cheek. She had deep scratches on the side of her nick and her face, and 2 very noticeable deep bite marks that looked like the size of an adult mouth on each arm. My niece is 2 years old and this is absurd. The owner of the facility was spoken to and had absolutely nothing to say about it. She stated it is a daycare and kids act wild. I disagree, if you are an adequate owner and know how to run a business, this does not happen. I would not recommend this daycare.
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By: Buddy A.
Allen, Buddy
Had an amazing experience at his office. Adjustment was great and staff was awesome. His Massage therapist is also amazing. Highly recommend Dr Allen and his clinic. -Brittney
By: Simona C.
Children's Unique Styles
Worse daycare ever owner is not suppose to be the owner has workers there that can't even handle kids and look mad all the time My kids came home the two times they went and said they didn't eat or they didn't give them their breakfast in the morning I don't recommend this daycare for nothing I have 4 kids and outta all 20-30kids they couldn't control my kids like what the heck u are a daycare ur suppose to be able to handle that but they don't cause they allow the kids to do what ever instead of teaching them DONT TAKE UR KIDS THERE
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By: Sarah L.
Dreamland Education CTR
This child care facility is amazing. The teachers are loving, caring and truly connect with the children. They helped my son get over that last difficult hump of potty training and were very consistent in pushing him to advance. He knows his letters, numbers, shapes, and colors and every day amazes me with something new.
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By: User 5.
Dreamland Education CTR
NEVER bring your children to this daycare. I liked a lot of the teachers, but the ladies running it were awful. They make everything look picture perfect when you come in, but if you ever start to question anything they either lie or make excuses. The children barely get fed enough to get through the day. There were never enough teachers in the classrooms. And all the owners did was sit around and gossip. I was always scared for the kids there, and I'm thankful we were able to get out of there a little while ago. Please don't let your kids go to dreamland no matter how great they may make it sound.
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By: Jason W.
Idaho Minor Emergency
I have been seeing Dr. Hooft and his fellow associates since his clinic opened about 10 years ago. Everyone is always friendly and courteous and I'm always able to get right in. You never need an appointment, regardless of what you are being seen for. Whether it's an illness, injury or just routine lab work, they always get you in right away. Even though I have moved farther away and also changed jobs (I used to work across the street from the clinic), I'll take my time and drive through 3 towns to see Dr. Hooft rather than go to a clinic that is closer to me.
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By: Pablo C.
Idaho Minor Emergency
Dr Hooft has treated me so well, with concern for my needs also since 2006. For me his the complete family physician and licensed medical doctor which are becoming scarce. I have no complaints and neither does my family from our history with Dr Hooft.
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By: Mike H.
Advanced Therapy Care
No professionalism. Melissa told us she thought our kid was autistic as we were leaving, in the lobby in front of other patients. No sit down, just dropped it on us. No wait list for a reason. Unprofessional care, blame the patient, zero customer service from corporate. Find somewhere else to get care for your child, these people will just leave you frustrated. Owner didn't even care enough for a call back, secretary in front office is office manager. Again, find a better place.
By: Privacy is N.
Greenwald, Nancy E, MD
Dr. Greenwald is rated two stars out of 5 on most health grade sites whereby patients claim: - She does not listen to patients, she just gets louder when you start to speak to ask a question, she hardly ever see's her "patients" (maybe twice in 2-3 months) and she blames Traumatic Brain Injury patients' lingering disabilities as simply being "depression" - convenient for her as she can always point to the patients' chemistry for non-success rather than a lack of quality Healthcare administration. Maybe it's all about climbing the corporate ladder for her through success statistics, not real patient outcome...
By: Alice H.
Idaho Minor Emergency
My husband and I have been going to the clinic since it opened. We have been amazed at Dr Hooft and his staff not only being efficient but extremely kind. We have gone there for everything from stomach flu to back pain. We were diagnosed correctly and referred to specialists when needed . I have read some of the critical reviews and cannot confirm any of those comments. Dr. Hooft is a fine dr and has gotten our family through so much. When we had times of no insurance we were charged a fair amount and the medical staff either gave us samples or found the cheapest generic. We have been to the emergency room and they do so many unnecessary tests. Dr Hooft is more practical and orders tests when indicated. We appreciate this clinic soMuch and have sent countless co workers, friends and family there. We have always been thanked for referring them there and they have reported the same great service.
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