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By: Judith R.
Did not use Minute Clinic so cannot give a review. But this review is for EPIC CLINIC which I did visit. Clinic was at Rhawn & Frankford Avenue. Saw a Dr. Dees because my REGULAR DOCTORcouldn't see me..booked up and I was pissed. First time going to this type..very nice, took care of me and soothed my nerves thinking I might have a blood clot...which my own doctor should have done. If necessary I'd use their services again,,,thanks Epic
By: Megan medical U.
A Class A CDL physical exam in this state for 40.? Fantastic! Helps me out, a lot. I'l make sure to tell my buddies about this Thank you.
By: Megan medical U.
Very nice people that care. They go the extra distance for you to insure you have everything in order.
By: Barbara J.
Frankford Hospitals
i been in frank ford hospital the doctors were very nice , but they take there time and let u sit in the room for hours . not telling u any thing or asking if u need any thing . other then that i was OK. very slow in getting answers from any one.thank u Barbara jacoby.
By: Jackie F.
Einstein Medical Ctr
Einstein is wonderful to me , the girls at the front desk are beautiful people that is why I been going there for years , Einstein Mayfair is not far from my home I don't like to travel far. Einstein would get a 100 percent.
By: Lindsay T.
Frankford Hospitals
Literally, the worst hospital in Philly. They used to be good, but the new administration has destroyed a nice neighborhood hospital.
By: Tiffany C.
Einstien Hospital
The GI department was one of the worst experiences I've ever had. I called in December 2015 to schedule a month and a half long wait for appointment Jan 29, 2016 only to receive a letter in the mail cancelling my appt. I called and was given no explanation for the cancellation and rescheduled a 2 month wait until March 30, 2016. While having tremendous medical issues related to GI it is taking 4 months to be seen by a doctor. I'll take my business somewhere else for better results
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By: Yvonne Y.
Kelly Services
I need a job ASAP!!!! I worked in the Medical field, as a Office coordinator, billing, Supervisor, medical records , admissions, scheduling appointments, answering calls and Customer service. I worked for Kelly services years ago and they were great at finding me a job.
By: Leonid T.
Open MRI
Slackers. Beware!!!Couple of weeks ago I was scheduled for echo gram test for my dad, day before appointment they've cancelled it.I had scheduled Streess EEG for this morning. First they moved it to 30 minutes later, then they've cancelled it 20 minutes before appointment. I lost almost two hours.Don't deal with them if you don't want to loose your time.
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By: Grace M.
Hotwire Communications
Terrible Internet service. It's not working FAR too often for a college student who needs to be doing homework. And having to pay for it is even worse.
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