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    1025 S Mount Vernon Ave Ste A

    Colton,CA

    8.41 mi

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    41758 Laurie Ln

    Hemet,CA

    30.54 mi

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06/10/2014
By: Pinkponydance@yahoo.com A.
Greenfield Alternative Medical Evaluations
This is the ONLY place to go!Greenfield is a REAL Doctor's office. I was treated professionally, respectfully and compassionately. Their office has an amazing, comforting atmosphere. The minute you walk in their door, you can feel the calming and caring vibe. The Doctor was just as fantastic. He really cared about me and advised me on other medical concerns as well. That really impressed me. I can't speak highly enough of Greenfield. They also support rescue animals and rescues! You've got a patient for life guys!
08/13/2014
By: Alex A.
Arlington Clinica Medica FAMILAR
THEY REALLY PICK UP ON THE SLACKI WAS HERE A YEAR AGO AND IT WAS A MESS DIDN'T LIKE IT.I CAME BACK FOR A PHYSICAL FOR MY CHILDREN AND WOW A COMPLETE 360 TURN AROUND, THEY GOT MORE ENGLISH SPEAKING EMPLOYS, ITS NICE AND COLD IN THE OFFICE, AND THEY GOT RID OF THAT SMELL. OVER ALL IM VERY HAPPY THAT THEY REALLY DID A TURN AROUND
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Physicians, nurses, physician’s assistants, residents, and attending physicians makeup the clinical staff of an academic medical center.
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