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02/24/2016
By: Joseph J.
Torrance Memorial Physician Network South Bay Family Torrance
I have been working with Dr. Reitler for 20 years plus and have had nothing but great experiences with South Bay Family Medical Group. I have visited for things that were urgent and also non-urgent and have always been taken care of in a timely manner. The staff has always been very professional and pleasant to work with in the office. Could not ask for more.
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01/15/2017
By: Jams H.
Torrance Memorial Physician Network South Bay Family Torrance
Thanks for good but I faced little bit Unprofessional work. I hope it will be solved soon. But I get most respect them. Thank you so much again.
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