21 Audubon Pediatric Clinic in New York, NY with Reviews - YP.com
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01/12/2015
By: Elizabeth R.
21 Audubon Pediatric Clinic
I been going to this clinic since my daughter was born, about 3 years ago and today i walked in so a doctor can see my daughter for some concern that i have and they just didn't want too taken even they didn't have altof patientsn they just didn't want to. They said walking in hour end at 3 that i should come back next day. I get off from work at 3 so how i am nna make. No exception even for a 3 years old baby. My last day in this clinic, never come back again. Thanks a lot for nothing.
10/22/2014
By: Jl K.
Amen Clinics New York
UPDATE: I have been to two very highly regarded doctors since running from Amen, a neurologist and a neuropsychiatrist, and both have told me Amen's all-important SPECT scans are incomprehensible and worthless.Amen responded to my review on Yelp! by saying they were always "Saddened" when a patient's experiences did not "Exceed" their expectations. If I had gotten "Anything," rather than "Nothing" from my experiences with them, I would not have a single complaint. Their bold arrogance of Amen, Inc. blinds them to any realization of their own incompetence and thievery. CORRECTION: I dropped only $3,800 in the week I was with them.
01/10/2014
By: Colleen H.
Center For Human Reproduction
I am currently taking DHEA to improve egg quality and I'm waiting on my finances, blood work, and analysis to get started with an ivf cycle. Although I am waiting to achieve more with CHR yet, I strongly feel that they really know what they are doing. I feel that I will achieve pregnancy with faith and their expertise.
11/07/2013
By: fultisher1961
USA Vein Clinics
I cannot thank them enough for all that they have done for me. I now am able to move and go out and enjoy life again without my cane! Thanks a million to the doctor and staff there for being so great with me!
08/27/2013
By: Janine D.
Center For Human Reproduction
I would recommend CHR to a friend because i felt I was in good hands and my doctor was very professional. He listened to me and explained everything he was going to do to me. He also assured me he will do everything he could to help me achieve a successful pregnancy .
04/29/2013
By: katema9
Center For Human Reproduction
CHR seems as if they are committed to helping to create a healthy child with all the genetic testing that is done. It was comforting to hear the doctor say that I would be his patient until I've achieved a pregnancy. I only wish that there were more included in the first consultation cost. No ultrasound or anything was done.
02/28/2013
By: olibia
Center For Human Reproduction
CHR is the only clinic I have been able to find that is doing any research on POF. Most clinics write off patients with this condition.
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