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By: mssweeth2o
Specialty Clinic
Different doctor every time. Also, if you or your child happen to be ill don't expect them to give you an excuse for work or school. If you happen to argue with them enough to get one they usually make it out to sound like you are a liar. I'm sure there are people out there who abuse the "system" to get out of work or school. Not all people have the luxury of taking off work whenever and who wants to have to sit at the doctor's office for 2 hours anyway? I'll be finding a new doctor's office first thing tomorrow!
By: Dayna H.
Axiom Healthcare Services
Axiom Healthcare Services cares about their employees and residents. My grandmother was a resident at Reed's Cove for a short period of time. The atmosphere is welcoming with beautifully built and decorated facilities, not overwhelming or stressful.
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By: Victoria D.
IMC Immediate Medical Care East
I never write reviews but I am just so satisfied with my visit. It was my first time there it was quick and the doctor was very kind and helpful. She really listened to my problem and was very caring and helpful. It was a very good experience.
By: suzie101
Shubert Natural Health Care and Chiropractic
That Dr. Shubert has helped my whole family since I have been coming to see her for our natural health care needs. I now have a person who will let me know what I need to do naturally when my child is not at her best. Thank You
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By: Chris K.
IMC Immediate Medical Care East
I have been seen at this clinic twice now. Everyone is so awesome!!! Very nice office. Friendly and caring staff and doctor!I would recommend to family and friends.
By: Diane T.
Wesley Woodlawn Hospital and ER
I go there for the best care ever!! Everyone really cares about you!! Treatment excellent!! Have been there many times and never been dissatisfied!!
By: Terri M.
Gracemed Meyer Family Clinic
The staff are friendly. The clinic is always clean and well organized. The doctors and nurses are thoughtful and knowledgeable.
By: Tracy M.
Wesley West ER & Diagnostic Center
The service was great, the doctor, nurse, and staff were efficient and friendly. I recommend it for basic urgent care.
By: John D.
Accident Pain and Work Injury Clinic
I love coming to see Dr. Gadalla. He is a wonderful Dr. Who listens and tries to help in any way he can.
By: zeldaross1
Heartland Women's Group - Cypress
Dr Lowden delivered my grandson. She is excellent!
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