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  • 1.Grace & Mercy Human Svc

    1437 Blankenship Ave

    Las Vegas,NV

    2.42 mi

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By: Adell S.
VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VASNHS) - U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
My husband goes to no regular Dr.s in LAS VEGAS,NV. He uses only them. They have saved his life during massive heart attack. He had 5 arteries 98%blocked with hard plaque. Only 20% of heart was working. They could not take care of his heart, so they paid to send him to an excellent heart surgeon. In 3 days his surgery was done. I have nothing to say but good about them. The mental health Dr.s are also great. Work well with PTSD patients. Will help all vets from WW2 to todays vets coming from Iraq,Afghanistan also other places. You did your duty with ARMY,NAVY MARINES,AIR FORCE COAST GUARD!!! They got your medical care covered.
By: Devonna G.
Rainbow Medical Centers
I've been going here for 10 years or more and the entire staff is very helpful and friendly and I wouldn't be alive without their help they have given me sample mess when I didn't have insurance for my prescription without the medicine I would have been in ICU on multiple occasions
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