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By: Eric O.
Heartland Clinic
Go elsewhere for care if you can. The people who work here are nasty liars, more than unhelpful, and I'm not sure what half of them are doing besides collecting a check.
By: Vincent S.
Pain Management Center
Staff is always friendly, my healthcare needs are always met & facility is well organized. Dr. Manchikanti & Dr. Long have made it possible for me to remain in the workforce & a productive member of society.
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By: Kathy O.
Baptist Health Prime Care
calles ahead to ask about the wait where my sick daughter would not have to wait in the room forever. They said 15 minutes wait time, they took everyone in the room plus two other who came in later, has now been an hour and half wait and we have still not seen anyone.
By: Amy K.
White And White Family Dentistry
We have been patients of White and White for more than 15 years and could not be happier! Dr. White is an exceptional dentist with attentive, thorough, and pleasant assistants. The office staff is very efficient and helpful. We always receive excellent care, whether it is for a routine checkup or a crown, and have never had to wait more than 10 minutes. I can't imagine going anywhere else!
By: Mohammad B.
White And White Family Dentistry
Good sales personnel , nice and caring customer service !!! .
By: Teresa W.
White And White Family Dentistry
my experience at this office could not have been better. All of the staff were very welcoming and kind.
By: Brandi R.
White And White Family Dentistry
Excellent service every time. Staff is friendly always!
By: Stephanie P.
White And White Family Dentistry
Great people! Always loved them!
By: Peter M.
White And White Family Dentistry
Great service by support team and provider
By: Brenda M.
White And White Family Dentistry
Everyone is very friendly, I enjoy going there.
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