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10/11/2016
By: Kelly J.
Kaiser Permanente
ER forgot to get the transport for my daughter who need emergency appendectomy surgery. They convinced me to let them move her to Walnut Creek even though I was concerned and the dr told me the ambulance would be there in about an hour. Then the Drs who saw her seemed to disappear all the while my daughter is laying in a room forgotten and getting worse. Hours and hours later and multiple phone calls to everyone we could think of and finally they arranged the transport. Horrible service, negligent staff, unconcerned Drs. No wonder so many people have horrific stories about this place they obviously deserve these opinions and more.
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10/11/2016
By: Kelly J.
Kaiser Permanente Vallejo Medical Center
My daughter was admitted with appendicitis and needed an emergency appendectomy. The dr talked me into transporting her to Walnut Creek and then they never got the transport. Hours phone calls and more later we finally made them get the transport. All the while my child is getting worse and in more and more pain. Worst ER ever
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06/26/2016
By: Armando M.
Chu, Betty Z, MD
First off she is the worst dr. Ive seen in my 20 plus years of going to kaiser. She is absolutely rude and disrespectful and spoke to me as is i was a complete idiot. Took my 2 mo. Premiee baby in because her symptoms got worst after being home for a couple hours from our first vist. Took her back just like the discharge instructions told me too, onlu for her to glance at my child for two seconds and tell me to go home. After i explained why i was back to have her talk to me like i was a idiot. Worst experience ever. If i go back and get her i will demand another dr. And i will be filing a complaint with them monday morning. Once again WORST DOCTOR!!!!!
07/01/2014
By: Mosh J.
101 North
Wonderful Dispensary! Very professional and reliable staff. Excellent medication and really great prices. I have been a member here since 2011 and am still pleased with the service.
03/24/2014
By: Gena V.
101 North
flat out dont go here white security gaurd spit on my car my friend saw thats the only reason i know. Im saddened by my treatment here never comi g back
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