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02/08/2017
By: Ben G.
Neurology and Neurosurgery Associates, P.A.
i think it is pretty bad when you owe less than 100 dollars to this practice and they said they wouldnt let me make an appoitment unless i paid some thing i am on a fixed income said i could pay a little when i got my check but they said they still wouldnt make appt: till i paid some thing i even had a referal from my family doctor only reason i was going there was to foolow up from being in W.H. hospitas because i had a mini stroke. so if i ever have to go to hospital again and have to see a neurologist and they say they are from neurolgy and associates i will refuse to see them. they dont care about patients threre concerne is the bootom dollar i understand it is a buessnes but its not loike i owe thousands of dollars i owe under a hundred. and it took them over 2 weeks to call me back reason they called me back on that day is i complaned to my insurance co. and they called them.
06/13/2012
By: caterina4407
Smith Chiropractic
Dr. Smith and Dr. Yahna are the best. The entire staff is awesome. You won't get better care anywhere else.
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