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02/15/2016
By: Robert W.
Delta Medical
Terrible,after waiting in the exam room for almost an hour,a nurse practitioner came in with a snotty and not caring mood.My wife is disabled and needed help with a simple problem and they just kept talking about all these exams she does not need.To get more money out of us.We left with a disgusting feeling and no help.We had waited almost two months to get seen by these people.And all they want to do is refer us to someone else who may be able to help.I do not recommend this place to anyone.The people,nurses don't care about how you feel.You will see this as soon as you start dealing with the staff and nurse practitioner.If you need help find people that care.
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