Dr Smith in Southgate, Michigan with Reviews - YP.com

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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!
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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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.
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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!
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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