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Northwest Allied Physicians
This entire office from front office staff to the MA's and Dr. Lokale should not be in the business of healthcare. They should be shut down!!
By: Dave H.
Northwest Allied Physicians
Disappointing does not come close to describing this organization. They make our internet provider customer service appear exceptional. They do not answer the phone (disconnected multiple times after lengthy holds) while returning their calls (they do not leave a name or number). I will never use them again and will tell everyone I know of my experience, starting here.
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By: Nancy a F.
Northwest Allied Physicians
This is the WORST office I have ever had to experience. They NEVER return phone calls despite the situation. You will end up in the ER due to their neglect. They accept NO responsibility and blame a bad phone system for the lack of communication. If you complain they report you to the police for harassment....STAY AWAY as they have ZERO concern for your health.
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By: az-silver
Retina Associates
I was truly blessed when I was referred to Dr. Javid at Retina Associates. He came into the office on a Saturday to perform emergency surgery for my detached retina - without his expertise, I would probably have gone blind in that eye. In subsequent visits, he and all of his staff were kind, caring, and professional. I never had to wait - I often was seen earlier than my scheduled appointment. This is the ONLY place I would go if I ever need advanced eye care again.
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