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11/10/2017
By: Carol B.
Doctors Medical Center
I just had outpatient surgery at Doctor's Medical Center (DMC). The whole experience for me was wonderful. The Same Day Surgery center people were wonderful, attended to my needs. The Anesthesiologist & the Operating Room staff as well as the recovery room staff were great (in other words, everyone in that department were great). If I had to do it again, I'd have surgery there again. It beats the other place where I had surgery done before.
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10/28/2017
By: Saffrea H.
Lags Medical Center
My initial visit here was so bad I couldn't leave a review because a 1 star was too generous. However, I've noticed significant improvement with the new management that has taken over. I'm hopeful things will continue to improve.
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07/06/2017
By: Atheenavamp H.
Golden Valley Health Center
They were very helpful. My son has had several appointments always a good experience, will keep going to the clinic
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04/05/2017
By: lynnann.patterson.9
Doctors Medical Center
Went to the ER three days in a row, each day progressively worse than the last. When I was admitted on the 3rd day I was septic and had MRSA. From what I can remember ( incredible pain all over my body 9.75 on a scale of 10)I spent 6 hrs in a little room somewhere in the bowels of the ER. The experience in the was extremely unpleasant - I couldn't get anyone's attention to get a bed pan so I had wet myself 2 times on the gurney - I had to lay in urine for a couple of hours. When I was finally taken to a room upstairs my treatment improved tremendously. I was so thankful for the wonderful nursing care I received - THE NURSES WERE GREAT.
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12/14/2016
By: lawrencemod
Doctors Medical Center
I brought my husband to the ER yesterday morning, my husband suffers from COPD, the staff there was good, at the ER, but the service was terrible! We got there at 9:30 Am he was admitted to his room at 6:pm to South Tower 2nd floor. Then he gets released by noon time today, get home and almost passes out , he wasn't ready to come home, nurse there and the doctor have a lack of communication when it comes to the patient health! Nurses never tried to walk my husband down the hall way to make sure he could walk and not loose his breath, that was why he got admitted in the first place!
12/11/2015
By: jerry.weimer
SleepMed Therapies, Inc - Modesto
Excellent service on CTAP mask. SleepMed Contacted the manufactorr to replace my defective machine during the Christmas to New Years rush after the Doctor owned home company that sold it to me told me to put up with a defective machine for a week until their staff returned from Vacation.
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11/14/2015
By: Priyanka S.
Golden Valley Health Center
I came in to get one of my sibling's tests checked and it was not a pleasant experience. The clerk in the front acted as if she did not want to help us at all. Her name was Connie. She assumed that I was underage and asked if there was a parent present. When I told her that I was watching my siblings because my parents were out of town, she sighed and acted as if it was a burden to help us. I don't know if it was a racial thing because we are Indian and she's Hispanic or if she thought we were just there to give her (Connie) a hard time. I work in health care also, and I would not be treating anyone as if they were lower than me, especially when it comes to Medical services. There was also a trainee there, I don't know if she was supposed to show him "how it's handled," but it was not at all professional. I will not be coming back here. I was shown that racial discrimination is present, and I was shown what not to do while working in a medical facility.
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08/04/2015
By: Linda V.
Doctors Medical Center
Worst experience of my life. I have fibromyalgia. I was treated as a drug addict. Attending physician actually tried to have me committed. Morning shift social worker released me. I overheard a male nurse tell another I was a whack job. Attendants were nasty, rude, cruel. I have thought about filing a lawsuit. No caring, no concern. Horrible creepy place. Obviously they only treat drug addicts. No one else would be crazy enough to go there.
06/09/2015
By: Gary B.
SleepMed Therapies, Inc - Modesto
Very poor after testing service. If you could go to another sleep aid center, you should. They also do not follow the directions they give you once you arrive for your test.
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