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By: J P.
Levin Robert MD
The doctor is rude, condescending and non-caring. I had to wait over an hour to be seen. The office does not return calls and turns off their phone prior to closing time. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME!
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By: Brent M.
Premier General & Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr. Zack is a fantastic dentist. Filled my cavity in under ten minutes and did an incredible job. He was the second person to ever fill a cavity for me and he made me feel very comfortable and was an incredibly nice guy. Would for sure go again, but hopefully I won't have too!!
By: Makevia H.
Institute for Women's Health and Body - Wellington
Dr. Herbst is an excellent gynecologist. He took his time to explain every procedure that I had. He is very knowledgeable, professional and thorough. He has an excellent staff which makes every visit enjoyable. I absolutely love Institute for Women's Health and Body in Wellington. I highly recommend this practice to anyone.
By: Maria R.
Institute for Women's Health and Body - Wellington
I have been going here for 9 years. I love my doctor services. Dr.Emerik, but the staff is very rude. Doesn't make you feel welcomed, from the moment you walk in they don't even greet you and the front staff always engaged in there own conversations. The nurses in the back on there cell phones and don't even greet you. Having personal conversations so unprofessional. The nurse that I had was ok but not welcoming. Omg and when you call this place you are literally on the phone on hold for 30 minutes and you can hear when they pick up the phone and put it on hold again. And every time I call they are very rude no curtesy.
By: Kay & michael D.
Premier Family Health & Wellness
Dr. Apicella,I would like to acknowledge the outstanding service and reliability of Premier Family Health & Wellness, as well as Premier Urgent Care Center.Your facility, under the direction of yourself and Dr. Mariaclara Bago, have a staff of the most caring and efficient doctors that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Your entire staff of medical professionals reflects the same caring attitude of its medical directors. I highly recommend this practice for your medical needs.Sincerely,Michael Donello
By: Sally A.
I have heard raving reviews of Dr. Graham but certainly did not have the same experience. I often would be kept waiting in the exam room for easily an hour, no exaggeration! Do not schedule the last appointment of the day or you will be waiting that long. The first appointments of the day seem to be the quickest. I feel I was educated on natural childbirth & knew what I was looking for in a birth experience. However, Dr Graham was apparently not the right doctor for me. After I declined routine interventions, I was asked by Dr Graham, "Why did you choose me to be your doctor?" In addition she said to me, "You tore just like you wanted to" after I told her I did not want an episiotomy. There were many other expressions of poor bedside manner. I would never go back to this doctor and could never make a recommendation for anyone to see her. I am shocked that she has a busy practice and positive reviews.
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By: Polly S.
CVS Pharmacy
The CVS pharmacies in the Welling / Palm Beach areas are horrible. I have Humana insurance and they want me to use CVS for prescriptions. Otherwise, I have to pay then be reimbursed. This Pharmacy is so bad that I always pay out of pocket and go through the hassle of sending in my receipts and waiting for my money for over 60 days. They never have my very basic ADD and Pain medicine in stock. They are rude. They are insensitive no matter how much pain you are in and they losing my business means nothing to them. They balme all of thier issues on CVS as a corporation. They complain about how bad it is to work for them, thier out-of stock issues and rediculious rules. But... being rude, incensative and is super slow motion has nothing to do with anyone but the actual employees and pharmacists behind the counter.I have tried to use every CVS pharmacy from wellington to West Palm and there are about 7 of them in this area and they are all they same. Terrible. Don't waste your time or your money. Go to Walgreens or Publix. In this area these two pharmacies are awesome! Polly Stottlemire, Loxahatchee FL
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By: Lori W.
Premier General & Cosmetic Dentistry
I could not have been happier with the professional front desk staff assisting me with an emergency appointment for an old root canal that was performed in Massachusetts. Thankfully, Dr Shane Zack was incredible during my immediate needs and have not had an issue since. I am in seriously great hands and utilized the whitening and twice yearly cleaning services offered.
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By: India D.
CVS Pharmacy
This is, by far, the worst pharmacy I have ever encountered. The staff is rude and incompetent. I have received numerous text messages from them claiming my prescriptions have been filled and are ready to be picked up only to arrive to get 1 out of 3 prescriptions and that 1 isn't even completely filled. They won't tell you that, or any other pertinent information though. That will be left for you to figure out. I have even received my paper prescription handed back to me without a word of explanation as to why I'm getting my unfilled prescription paper back. Every single time I have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with this particular CVS pharmacy and its employees it has been a pure nightmare.
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By: Robert K.
Masudi, Suhail A, MD
Great doctor. I find his bedside manner outstanding. Highly recommended to other patients
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