St Marys Medical Center in Waterbury, CT with Reviews -
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By: faith_natal
Westwood Ear, Nose & Throat
I have never seen such a heading test did not last more than 2 mins, speakers were making bad noises the girl made my son repeat 3 words with door open and that was all. When i say 2 mins im not joking that was horrible then took them months to help with a refer and always mean rude by phone if not cuz I called them many times I was never going to be able to find out what happen with the refer cuz everytime I called i heard a different history. In the other hand i took my other son to easter seal and they did a great job there better equipment and the hearing test last for like an hour.
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