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08/14/2016
By: Edward S.
Erieside Medical Group
Aug 5th Hay Fever Shot DIDN'T HAVE IT ! Call us Aug 10th. Tried to give me a physical All I need is a shot & Asthma Inhaler. Couldn't do the blood work. I ate.Try Sat Aug 6th Website says 9-Noon Wife calls at 11:00 Girl says leaving in 10 min Try AGAIN on Mon Aug 8th race there after work Sign in for blood at 4:00 In UNIFORM Soaking Wet Hot Truck Tired Weak & Hungry. Fasted all day. NO paper work Engine light when on air conditioner went off paper flew out the window on Route 2 Blood girl says get a new 1 at the window Lady tells me to get new 1 in back from the blood girl No one can be bothered to help me on a 90 degree day So UPSET I left. I've never had a problem with Dr. Ho or Dr. Hahn in 30 years until now The level of POOR service I got this week is UNBELIEVABLE ! Sent 3 email's and never heard a word from them. I get 1 weekend off every 6 weeks and they ruined it. Probably be SICK till the 1st frost in OCT. I've yet to get a PHONE CALL or a SHOT from his NURSE ! NO ONE CARES !!!
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