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  • 1.Rapha Racing

    3811 N Mississippi Ave Unit 200


    1.86 mi

  • 2.Rapha Racing

    1915 NW Kearney St


    0.84 mi

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By: Kurt C.
Kaiser Permanente
I have been dealing with Kaiser for 2 years for a hip problem. In 2014 of July I went into the office for hip pain. The doctor said I have sciatica so I went along with it . After six months I wasn't getting better so he sent me to physical therapy. The therapist sent a message to my primary care for ex rays. Again instead of that they sent me to spinal boot camp. After about 4 sessions they put me out. Now its been over a year and I finally went to see a specialist. He looked at a old ex ray and seen that my hip was messed up so he orders a new set of pictures. He calls and informs me that I need a hip replacement. This is in July of 2016. They set up a appointment for Sept 9. Then on Sept they send me a message cancelling the appointment. Next appointment is on Oct 27. Finally they tell me that I am on a six month waiting list. Meanwhile my wife is diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and they haven't even started to treat her. I asked for a earlier surgery date but they don't care about peoples lives just the money and I have the best Kaiser insurance so they told me no. Save your life and go some other place but Kaiser.
By: Lucilla T.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
You guys are always so nice, very knowledgeable and listen to my needs and steer me in the right direction. Thank you for helping me feel comfortable.
By: Gregory C.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Always very good customer service. Very knowledgeable and experienced staff. I have been with this Center for years and don't want to change it.
By: Diane M.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Leslie does a great job with my lip fill, not too much, exactly what I want. Everyone says I look younger than 66, but they can't tell why. My breast reconstruction is being featured in a fund raising calendar. I'll be sending you a copy. Hope you can use it to encourage other women after double mastectomy.
By: Elmo G.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Great results and professional, caring staff. Excellent! Would not hesitate to recommend them to my family!
By: Ronald J.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
From the first time I walked in I felt very comfortable and welcome. Staff is very friendly, professional and helpful. I have already told friends about The Waldorf Center!
By: Leticia M.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Great service and great results. Your staff is very professional and helpful. Enjoy visiting your Center. Will continue to come back.
By: Harold V.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
The staff at The Waldorf Center was professional, courteous and very competent. I would highly recommend them!
By: Harry K.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Susan is the best!!! My skin has never looked better. The whole process was amazingly easy and the staff was always great.
By: Grace V.
The Waldorf Center For Plastic Surgery
Great Customer Service. Everything went well right from the start until the very end. I appreciate everything!
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