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By: Ni C.
American Medwell Dewitt
I agree with the negative comments from other people. They are one of the most unprofessional. I went there one time with the thinking of having them as my PCP but that visit was the last visit. Their office looks good but not their actions.
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By: Jon G.
Children's Eye Care Physicians of Cny
It took me 3 months to get an appointment for my son who is 6 and needs a New script for school I called @ 915 to confirm my appointment where I was on hold for 15 mins my appointment was at 10 they said that everything was fine I showed up at 950 at 1050 after watching 3 families show up later then me and walk right into there app I got a little upset and when I walked up to the receptionist and asked her when I might get in she said there were still two people ahead of us I had been there an hour and still nothing needless to say I walked out and now have to find another doctor I know people have a bad day but common you keep us there for an hour with nothing to do at least have toys or something if your a children's doctor worst experience in a very long time I hope every eye doctor isn't this bad
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By: Sally G.
Family Medicine Medical Service Group
bad dr finn never bothered to even call back after a month of waiting and they bven e
By: memanning08
American Medwell Dewitt
This office is awful. They order unnecessary tests, and the practitioners are unprofessional and not thou rough. At one point they 'referred' me to a specialist by making an appt, but they didn't fill out the insurance referral paperwork. So when I got to the appt., the specialist couldn't see me.
By: reb571
American Medwell Dewitt
I had a terrible experience at American Medwell. The staff was incredibly unprofessional. The nurse practitioner was rude from the moment she walked through the door, chiding me and treating me like a disobedient child. Rather than making me feel that she was invested in my wellbeing, she sent the message that I was yet another inconvenience that she had to deal with. I was incredibly disappointed with this experience and I will never go back to American Medwell. I have never had this negative of an experience with any health professional. Unless you enjoy working with a doctor who is brusque, impatient, crude, and demeaning, I would not recommend this office.
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