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01/27/2017
By: Maria S.
City Medical
Rude and very unprofessional no one cares to hear them chat about partying every weekend when there behind and ive waited over an hour. The girls talk about drugs not professional at all!
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10/05/2016
By: Tannian M.
City Medical
I have been going to them for years and they are great! Fast service and great people! Very knowledgeable staff!
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09/12/2016
By: Zaynab A.
El-Khalili, Ali, MD
Great experience friendly staff and Doctor nice and clean environment.. Will be returning. Doctor was so easy to talk to.
09/10/2016
By: Jack H.
El-Khalili, Ali, MD
I'm diabetic had foot infection. Went under Elkhalil knife. Kept my foot and now walking after 2 month treatment
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07/22/2016
By: Renee M.
El-Khalili, Ali, MD
I only wish he had a boss to answer to for the rude way he treated me. He is STRONGLY against medical marijuana. After 5-6 visits he sent me to another dr. for a second opinion, then refused to see me to discuss the opinion, which completely contradicted his diagnosis. Literally yelled at me for bouncing between drs. I tried to ask him to look at the report from the other dr but he cut me off mid-sentence "NO!" and stormed out. He was so rude and mean that I left there in tears.
06/10/2016
By: Jeni M.
El-Khalili, Ali, MD
I woke up with my right ankle swollen and could not hold my weight. I went to this doc for the first time as my normal foot Doc was on vacation. What a mistake! I waited 45 minutes to only be seen by this doc for 5 minutes.He did not do any x-rays but was quick to say that I need an MRI. He wrote a prescription for an MRI, crutches, and a boot and would see me in two weeks after the MRI. I made an appointment for the MRI but had mentioned that I will be using a different foot doc for the results. Doc was informed of this and had decided he no longer wanted to completely fill out the form for the MRI, although I paid for the visit and this is what he prescribed. I then went to my original foot doc a few days later. My regular family Foot Doc actually did x-rays and spent an hour with me, having me do walking tests and even thoroughly explained what could have happened. He said no MRI is needed and to wear the boot for 2 weeks.Well here it is 2 weeks later and everything is fine.
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03/26/2016
By: Udo B.
Bining Nathan MD P
Very disappointing handling with Copay. Be aware that he may come back like he did with me to pay a copay for a visit in 2011. 5 Years later! First thing what was required for me was to pay the copay before to see the doctor and now 5 years later he is asking again? Of course I have no receipt anymore. So be aware when you visit this doctor office to keep your receipt (I had $15.--) for a least 5 years or better keep it forever. Who knows maybe he will come back to charge you again later. Could be 5-10 years or more. He actually recently sent me a bill again that he will collect the money when I don’t pay. Be AWARE!
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04/01/2015
By: Floyd G.
Sachdeva Jk Md Facd Pc
Have known Dr Sachdeva for over thirty years, very good bedside manner,spiritual, make my family important
11/05/2014
By: Ryan S.
City Medical
I have been receiving treatment from this facility for over 2 yrs now and it has been the exact same thorough exam I got on day one. I love how the staff and the PA team treats you like family and an actual human. I will continue to go to City Medical until the end of my life. Thanks to everyone there. Esp. Barb, shes great!
03/06/2014
By: Marie B.
City Medical
This place is great!!The doctors are awesome and so are the staff. Very professional and curteous.Ihave been a patient for over 10 years.All my family goes there.I would highly recommend them.
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