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01/18/2017
By: Joselyn P.
Power G Medical Center
Love this place and the personnel! The doctor takes a little long but he makes it up by being the most detailed and up front doctor I have ever been seen with! He really takes his time to get to know you and tries to give you the best care possible!
12/03/2014
By: Lizi Y.
Power G Medical Center
El personal de medicos de terapistas de fronk desk son muy profesionales, tienen mucha atencion con los pacientes.
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