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By: Pat M.
Tulsa WebIT
Very professional and knowledgeable. Completed the product in less time than stated at the price that was quoted. Would highly recommend to other companies. Considering their Social media marketing to help grow my current business to the next level.
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By: Adam W.
Harvard Family Physicians PC
Dr. Jeffrey Chasteen is the BEST doctor EVER. He's kind patient and will spend as much time with you as he needs to figure out what is wrong. My first visit, he sat with me for at least 20 minutes and asked more questions that ALL my prior doctors combined ever did. He's helped me so much.
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By: Josh W.
Warren Clinic
To anybody who reviews based on WAIT times, not weight times you're a clown. What if you were in with your doctor and he just bounced on you because his next appointment was here? would you feel taken care of? NO, so stop whining about waiting, if you make a doctors appointment and don't allow 30 minutes on the back end then you're just an idiot. Nothing in healthcare is ever on time, you as a patient should know better. If the staff is incompetent, then they would be taken care of, but if you're tired of waiting so long because doctors actually CARE for their patients, then take yourself somewhere useful. I've been a patient for years and have waited years probably to be seen, but when a doctor listens to your concerns...i could give 2 sheets about having to wait a little extra.
By: Steven S.
Harvard Family Physicians PC
If you have a choice in the matter choose a different place. They lost all of their good doctors, that ought to tell you something. Building is crappy, elavators never work and stink, and parking is a nightmare. Avoid seeing Dr Jonathon McGhee, hes a quack.
By: christina.daczewitz
Warren Clinic
Waiting for appointment is a joke hour weight
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