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By: Andrew B.
Country Doctor Community Clinic
The worst experience I have EVER had. Be ready to be treated like garbage when you walk in the door. You will be ignored. They don't even look at you, just say someone will get to you "eventually". I have been STUCK with this place for this past year because I couldn't change my insurance (Ambetter) I actually avoided even going until it was necessary and still with the 4 times I have gone this year its always the same. Treated like garbage and always waited more than an Hour even if there are only a few patients there. The place looks unclean and you don't want to touch anything while you are sitting waiting forever. There is also no parking anywhere for blocks so if you are unfortunate to be stuck with country doctor like I was expect even quick visits to take a minimum of three hours. Its Horrifying. Don't believe me.. Go and see for yourself. And I am paying 300 per month insurance for this??? Thank god the year is almost over.
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By: Larry C.
Dr. Steven S Dresang, MD
What a bunch of useless half trained or maybe half baked who can tell with their broken english and goofy looking eyes....i think they need to put the pipe done and learn how to Read write and speak real words and please tell the front desk lady with her glasses to brush her teeth she parted my hair with that dragon beath...
By: marilyn.osborne.9
VA Medical Center
I have a veteran son who is homeless in Seattle Wa and is not service connected, he was scheduled for eye surgery to get cataracts removed, he is walking the streets and cannot see the crosswalks .. it is dangerous.. they postponed his surgery for a month. can you do something to get it moved up as he is in danger of getting ran over. I will hold va resposible if something happens to him.. his name is Hank Osborne .. thank you for helping me.. Marilyn Osborne
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