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  • 1.Water Tower Medical Commons

    2350 N Lake Dr

    Milwaukee,WI

    2.02 mi

  • 2.Prospect Medical Commons

    2311 N Prospect Ave

    Milwaukee,WI

    1.84 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
  • 3.Common Ground Healthcare Co

    1034 E Ogden Ave

    Milwaukee,WI

    0.74 mi

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12/16/2015
By: rdynek
Froedtert & MCW Clinics
If I could give ZERO STARS I would have. Absolute Nightmare Experienced during procedure you might only see in movies. Anesthesia Failed and Woke up during procedure gasping for air and paralyzed while still able to feel everything. I will update this review with full details of the story later.
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