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By: Michelle C.
Kaiser Permanente
This facility has friendly knowledgeable staff. The doctors have great bedside manners. They take all of your concerms serious and do their best to help you through the process. They also take heart health very serious. And Doctors always follow up
By: Lillian Z.
UC Davis Children's Hospital
Amazing hospital! Deeply cares about the children they support and care for! My husband got surgery here years ago that saved his life! They continue to succeed in saving children's lives
By: Amanda W.
Kaiser Permanente Point West Medical Offices
Gets me in and out in a timely manner. They always greet me with a smile and have my health concerns at the forefront of their minds and actions.
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By: Jenna J.
UC Davis Medical Center
The staff in labor and delivery at UC Davis was amazing during my labor and delivery that had many complications. My husband and I are very grateful for their kindness, attentiveness, professionalism, and expertise.
By: Dipti D.
Kaiser Permanente Point West Medical Offices
Good visit today for routine care and short waiting time for patients to be seen by the provider.Ample parking spaces.
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By: Richard W.
UC Davis Medical Group
My experience with UC Davis is that they have a one size fits all mentality and are very shy to perscribe pain medication or any mediction that is controversial and run their Medical Practises on the rules of Liability and Bottom Line Finances. I was shocked at what they bill my insurance for and amazed at how they get away with it since all the Doctors are so young and inexperienced often resulting in non resolution on my condition that has allready been diagnosed. They will walk you though a chain of specialist that have no or little opinion and try and try to keep you on a tredmill. They will try to break you so they can fix you. Good for business but bad for patients.
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By: Gina N.
Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy
This is an old building, but amazing staff. My family has been treated here many times over the years and treated very well
By: Melinda S.
Kaiser Permanente
Took my mother to this kaiser in August. They were nice but a bit disorganized. We had hoped going to a larger city would give us a better more experience second opinion but that wasn't the case.
By: Lea L.
Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy
Older facility but excellent doctors and nurses. Kaiser is much more affordable than other health plans.
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By: April M.
Kaiser Permanente
I LOVE KAISER!! Top-notch professional doctors, courteous staff, facilities that are self-contained (lab, radiology, specialists.....all under the same roof!). Would highly recommend!! We have been very happy with our Kaiser health care!!
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