1.Landmark Medical Center
115 Cass Ave
The worse Hosptial ever. Rough around the edge. Inept triage nurses. (wouldnt let me see a Dr!! Had to go to Milford to find out I had acute stage of parasite that could be easily remedied.. Never ag
2.Pulmonary & Sleep Office
25 John A Cummings Way
Physicians & Surgeons, Pulmonary DiseasesClinicsPhysicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General PracticePhysicians & Surgeons
Excellent all around! Experience was lovely, great staff down to earth. I received not only great health treatment but also kindness.
1 Hoppin St
4.Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island
116 Eddie Dowling Hwy
HospitalsMedical CentersRehabilitation ServicesEmergency Care Facilities
Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island offers a wide range of diagnostic and nursing assistance. The organization provides personal health care and in-house and assisted living services. It also prov
5.Tri River Family Health Center
281 E Hartford Ave
Unlike what other reviews have said, I have found them to keep a very tight schedule and I am always seen within ten minutes of my appointment. If I schedule ahead, I always get my regular doctor. I
164 Summit Ave
I have been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and my experience with this facility is wonderful. The staff is so professional and caring. No matter what is going on around you or behind the scenes the
7.Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island
1 Brewster St
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