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By: Mike M.
The Orthopedic Group
I was treated at the Uniontown office. There are problems with their prescription process. They used an out of state pharmacy based in Follansbee, West Virginia, to mail me my prescription, and apparently I had no choice in the matter because I was never asked which pharmacy I wanted to use. I had to wait 2 days to get my medication. It makes no sense to mail something 70 miles that a patient could otherwise walk down the street to get. Everything else was fine.
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By: Dan S.
Mitchell, William J, MD
Crooked, miserable, pill pushing staff that treat you with zero respect unless you are wearing pajamas and have an access card in your pocket.
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By: Annette H.
The Orthopedic Group
I would recommend this orthopedic group to anyone! Dr. Ari Pressman is my orthopedic surgeon and recently performed carpal tunnel surgery on both of my hands within the last two months. Dr.Pressman and his staff have been absolutely first class, caring, and everything that a patient could ask for in a surgeon and his team. I have had a very pleasant experience from beginning to end with this group and they made what I thought would be a stressful and unpleasant experience, remarkably, easy and non-stressful. Thank you Dr.Pressman and staff!
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