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03/20/2014
By: Robert j. H.
Saint Francis Medical Center
Each time I have returned to O. S. F. St. Francis, I have found out that my complaints, pain,discomforts and problems - should have been spotted and dealt with in Pontiac, before it came to the point of seeking relief here!Thank you St. Francis.
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07/23/2015
By: Gloria W.
OSF PromptCare-Glen Park
I love this place i feel bad for staff when parents bring their children and let them destroy the place while they sit and do whatever on their phone. The parents actually get mad if staff says something. This is not a playground nor a day care !
10/06/2011
By: charles99888
Dr. Howard Liu MD
Dr. Liu is a great doctor, one of the best. The office help is a little on the "needs work" side. When you call in, do not expect a happy tone on the other end of the phone.
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04/15/2015
By: Tonia M.
Dr. Savitha S Reddy, MD
The phone numbers don't always match up with the address or business you are calling. Otherwise great if it wasn't for that!
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08/28/2016
By: Mary M.
Terry T Smith, Other
This is a very special caring loving team of Dr. and nurses that care about you and your family problems.
12/04/2014
By: Bkillinois ..
Kenny, William M, MD
This Doctor is very professional and has helped me very much.
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