Herbalife Independent Distributor in Ogden, UT with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Betsy G.
Midtown Community Health Center
I generally give midtown a 5 star rating. Wonderful Docs. Wonderful staff. But I'm seeing red over the fact that I cannot reach the clinic between 5 & 6pm or on Saturdays. I received a call from the clinic at 5:10pm regarding the fact that my Friday appt. needed to be rescheduled for Wednesday, tomorrow, in the morning. Knowing I couldn't reach the clinic after 5pm, I checked the website for other possible numbers, including urgent care. The one number I found(394-3693) was only to the Fax-line! I called 411 and they couldn't even find a listing for urgent care on Adams. They connected me with Ridgeline where the phone just rang endlessly. Doh! Obviously there's a problem. Please don't have schedulers call after 5 if it is not possible to return the call. Gotta have a number that's CORRECT to make that rerun call. I'm very surprised that this error wasn't found before, considering how long this website has been active. I don't like to complain: consider this constructive criticism.����
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