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By: Katherine M.
FoundCare Health Center
I have been going to Foundcare for 2 years. Never had a problem til it came to getting prescriptions filled. A new prescription took 2 weeks to get preauthorization to my insurance company after 5 phone calls. No one ever returned any of the phone calls. Had to keep calling the pharmacy and my insurance company to see if the script got authorized. Now I am out of my scrip for an under active thyroid and have just placed my 4th phone call to Foundcare. I called 2 days before the scrip ran out as my pharmacy told me they are getting no response to their requests for a refill. Have been 3 days without scrip and no one will return my phone call. I just had blood work done 2 months ago for this condition so doctor has updated readings. I can't even drive there to talk with anyone as I'm out of state staying with my elderly mother who is nearing her end of life. Maybe management ought to listen to voicemail to see how unresponsive their staff is or maybe they too just don't give a hoot either.
By: Client F.
FoundCare Health Center
I have gone for years, but now on two occasions I was refused assistance, both events forcing me to seek higher top charges for what would have been a simple doctor visit and prescription. It was clear this service has fast become profit orientated. On both occassions medical staff was there but refused desperately needed medication that was not a controlled substance yet not having it could have cost me my life. Once, you shrug and go, we all make mistakes, second time, you perceive there is something dramatically wrong with the staff and facility itself. Not that they were required by law to provide those prescriptions but because they stonewall refused those prescriptions. There is absolutely no reasoning for such behavior and it endangers the public. Clean it up or hand the facility over to those who really care.
By: bruceglor
UNS United Nursing Services
Bruce Glor, CFPI hired United Nursing Services in 2005. UNS takes a highly professional approach to their work based on their extensive experience. The caregivers they send bring compassion, energy and knowledge which is very refreshing.
By: Vicki T.
Total MD
I went to Forest Hill location. This place is horrible do not go here. Dr Sabido cares nothing about his patients and treats them like they don't matter. He doesn't know a lot of the medication names and left me in serious suffering pain. They have manage to screw up calling in my prescriptions over the past several months so many times I lost count. I cannot stress how bad this place is. I will now be looking for a new doctor.
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By: Monica J.
New Objectives
By far the best drug rehab in West Palm Beach Florida. The facility is beautiful but better is the clinical aspect. This place is unlike others in the fact that they truly care and will do anything for the client as long as the client is committed to long-term recovery
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By: Alex D.
New Objectives
I highly would recommend New Objectives . They have a very well trained team of doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, ect. They will show you compassion and understanding beyond anything you have ever seen all while helping you find your way to recovery. There's no shaming or cruel staff. Even the director of the facility takes time to speak with patients herself and show them they matter. I couldn't say enough good things about this place but I'll sum it up with; they transform and save lives every day.
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By: Wafaa A.
New Objectives
New Objectives is a wonderful treatment facility and the staff is committed to the treatment of their patients. My friend recently left this treatment program and has benefitted from being there. The therapists are all unique and she appreciated being around people who understood her specifics needs. Truly a transformative place.
By: Linda T.
The Advanced Spine Joint Institute
The owner i assume told me he couldn't help me because he would not get paid from Medicare since when .his professionalism was totally off the wall nd since is one turned away with medicare then he says u can find your way out.how rude and so uncouth ..never have ever had that i would be afraid of his work
By: Adriana A.
Moses, Gregg F DC
I went in there today with pain all over my body. Left there with instant relief! I've been to many chiropractors and have NEVER had such a thorough exam and the best adjustment ever!!!Would definitely recommend Dr. Moses!The office staff is so nice, knowledgeable, and thorough as well! ����
By: Dolores G.
Merey Daisy MD Ph.D. FAAFP PA
Dr. Merey is a wonderful knowledgeable physician whether it is medical, weight loss or you need a little Aesthetic work done. Very accommodating for 11 years she is my md. Love you Dr. Merey me and my family. Thank you for all your help.
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