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08/18/2017
By: Anto K.
Metropolitan Family Medical Clinic
The receptionist or the lady whom I spoke to on Friday 8/18/17 at 3:40pm was very rude. Her name is either Molly, Mollin or Alicia. She was so unprofessional, harsh and argumentative, refused to take or get the information needed for follow-up visit. She hung up on me when I requested to talk to her Supervisor. I will not recommend this clinic to any of my patients, friends or family
05/22/2017
By: Lori B.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
I had a horrible surgery at UCI medical center in Irvine by Joseph Niam. I went down to 70lbs. I was very sick. Dr Krahn and Dr Chin literally gave me my life back. They have always took such wonderful care of me. I just had my panelectomy done by them and it looks great !!!
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04/04/2017
By: madmic7
US HealthWorks
Very good service, gets crowded at times...BUT, they do keep it moving....easy access....allow time for access during late Fridays though....Concerts at nearby Orange Show Grounds
03/10/2017
By: J L.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
The staff are very friendly and informative. They make you feel very comfortable which i liked very much.
02/25/2017
By: Samantha H.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
Doctor Krahn was very polite and made me feel like everything was going to be okay. He made my experience very good.
02/11/2017
By: Phillip R.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
I love this Dr. ! He has been absolutely fantastic from day #1. I would recommend dr. Krahn to anyone, everyone.
02/08/2017
By: Avon S.
Sunil Arora MD
great service by staff and doctor, very caring and compassionate. My family has been seeing Dr Arora and Dr Kim for years.
02/04/2017
By: Samantha R.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
Wonderful experience, staff is very warm and welcoming always available to answer questions and concerns. Patients always come first, they will go above and beyond in every sense of the word.
02/01/2017
By: Dennis B.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
The Drs here are awesome they listen answer all of my questions, they staff is really great as well, i have never felt better.
01/23/2017
By: Mirna C.
Dr. Douglas M. Krahn, MD
I felt comfortable when dr came in introduced himself and a nurse came in with him he explained what he was going to do and pretty much had answers to all my questions.
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