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09/22/2016
By: Kim T.
Heartland Medical PC
We just moved to the area. Plans were to get the whole family established for both Medical and Dental care. We chose this place for our any medical needs, if we might ever have any. When we first arrived with our paperwork in hand, we were treated so rudely and unprofessional. I was refused treatment or to even be considered as possible patient because of being given pain meds after I broke my back 1 YEAR AGO!! I requested the applications back which had personal Medical information, social security numbers, etc. The woman at the desk refused to give my personal health and financial information back, even after refusing to let us me seen by a physician. Now.... let me say this.. THAT'S AGAINST THE LAW! I'm a Nurse Practitioner, my wife is a CRNA and my mother a Physician. We WILL get this corrected, however, it is unfortunate that people who, possibly, aren't aware of their legal rights are being manipulated by this woman they have working for them. Know your patient rights.
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08/30/2016
By: Linda M.
Heartland Medical PC
Very rude staff including dr. P. The red head receptionist needs a kick in face or ass. Worst place to take anyone that is sick.
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08/18/2015
By: Crystal T.
Heartland Medical PC
The most rude staff I have ever seen in my life, especially the red head at the front check in. I switched my kids clinic because of the hateful staff at Heartland Medical. I would NEVER recommend this place to anyone!!!
04/25/2014
By: Rosanna A.
Heartland Medical PC
you have the rudest staff i have ever expierance for a professional business
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