They either didn't read my information or didn't pay any attention to it. Even though they had my information right in front of them, I kept having to explain it to them and remind them why I was there. I was left in the appointment room by myself, but they eventually returned. I also suspect Dr. Sayegh's office of practicing insurance fraud around my lab result. He filed them as a person with a disease, while I was a healthy person going in for my annual check-up. So I had a copay of $195 and am appealing it, and calling it fraud.I was treated terribly. I'm absolutely positive that I would have gotten better service anywhere else. They had a couple of interesting magazines, but their selection wasn't very impressive. Every time I'm put on hold here I have to wait quite a while for them to get back to the call. Although I have had to wait longer at other places, I was still pretty unimpressed with their phone etiquette.
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