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    Walmart Pharmacy
    This is the second time where I have not gotten my renewal correctly. I am supposed to get a 90 day supply and they claim that my doctor only called in a 30 day supply. I have called my Doctor and they verified that they they called in a 90 day supply and they even sent in a new perscription with a 90 day supply.
    - Sue G.
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    Moby RX
    I use a few pharmaceutical offers and coupons to keep costs down and at times I need to give pharmacy tech the information more than once.Other than that, I am very satisfied with Moby's professional, friendly service.  Buy local!
    - Lorenzo R.
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    CVS Pharmacy - Portland
    I have used them over the years. They have always filled prescriptions on a timely basis. They are very knowledgeable. They have a new store, which is really nice to go into. The customer service is always excellent. I have never had any problems with them.
    - Linda M P.
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    Brighton FirstCare
    I was in Portland, ME on family vacation. My daughter had a horrible earache so I searched online for a close urgent care facility. The office is attached to a hospital so I was worried about a long wait. However, the wait was reasonable, the staff friendly, the facility was clean and well maintained. The doctor diagnosed my daughter with an outer ear infection and gave her the medication she needed. She was fine the next day. I was quite happy with Brighton First Care.
    - Anna W.
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    Barbara Bush Children's Hospital
    On the morning of Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011, my wife began having what she thought were false labor pains. As a precaution, she went to her doctor and was admitted to the Southern Maine Medical Center ER. Within an hour they were transporting her to MaineMed and the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital maternity.
    After 48 hours of monitoring and attempting to keep our daughter in there, the decision was made to deliver her via C-section as they were starting to see signs of the baby going into distress. At 12:12pm she was born, all 1 pound 11 ounces of her.
    She immediately was placed on a respirator and in an isolette (think incubator). We were able to visit with her within the hour. Once we were able to see the discharge papers months later, we discovered that she was not expected to survive despite an initial prognosis of an 80% survival chance. At no point did we have any indication from the staff that they expected anything from her but survival and growth. The Neonatologists were very diligent in presenting us with all of our options any time a decision was required. The nursing staff - especially her primary nurse, Judy - were absolutely amazing and did so much to help us through the ordeal. This was our first child, and until last summer we didn't think we would be able to have children, so such an early birth was particularly hard.
    I gave them a B for communication for one reason: It was not until after we had been home for a month and looked through the discharge papers with a nurse friend of ours that we discovered how truly sick she had been all along and that they did not expect her to survive. As I said, we had no indications from the staff of this, and even when we found out, it didn't bother us. There wasn't anything we could've done except worry about it, and it would simply have made a bad situation infinitely worse.
    All told, our daughter spent 132 days in the NICU. She was on multiple types of respirators, had heart issues, eye development issues, lung issues, and multiple surgeries. She was released 29 days after her due date, on April 3rd. Despite all of her many many issues and problems, she went home without oxygen, or medications of any kind. Now, she is a happy, healthy 4 month old... who just happens to be 7 months old. She's already starting to catch up to her agemates, and I'm firmly of the opinion that this is due solely to the love and care she received at the NICU.
    We had originally planned to deliver her at the Southern Maine Medical Center for a variety of reasons. After this experience I doubt we would use any hospital other than Maine Medical Center and the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital if we are ever again blessed with a child.
    - George M.
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    Walmart Pharmacy
    You could call in your prescriptions and they would tell you when they will be ready. They have the four dollar drug list which helps keep the price of your prescription sound. I went to Florida this year and it was very easy to transfer my prescriptions from Maine to Florida and vice-versa. It isn't any hassle to have your prescriptions refilled even if you are on the road and you happen to run out they could just transfer your prescriptions to any Walmart.
    - Lorna D.
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    Brighton FirstCare
    I had such a wonderful experience from start to finish. The women who check patients in are so friendly, professional and accommodating. There was not as long as a wait as I was anticipating. The nurses were so friendly and punctual. The doctor I saw that day was fabulous. So great that I actually inquired to see if he had his own family practice. I was pregnant and he thought I had pneumonia. I was so nervous because of the x-rays that needed to be done, but he was so reassuring. I felt really safe and well taken care of. I will go to Brighton FirstCare if I have another emergency.
    - Shannon G.
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    Mercy Express Care
    Absolutely excellent! Head injury during home oil change for my auto. I drove to Mercy Expres Care, they got me in promptly.A medical assistant cleansed my wound and prepped me for the Doctor. The Doctor stitched up the wound and gave me clear instructions.
    - John K.
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    Hannaford's Pharmacy
    The last prescription I had filled was done via the phone re-order line (automated system).  It's very easy to use and works very well each time I use it.  You also have the option to have the pharmacist call you if you have specific quesitons about your order.  I picked up my order at the time stated on the order line.  Fast, easy and convenient!
    - Diane H.
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    Maine Medical Center
    Was taken into intake room directly from the ambulance. Answered insurance questions, etc., and was taken into exam room. ER physician appeared within 5 minutes, was concerned about possible stroke, scheduled me for a CT scan, which took place approximately 1/2 hour later. After CT scan (which showed no stroke), he gave me a thorough, in-depth explanation of what the probable cause was (misaligned crystals in the ears) and what could be done about it. Told me to see my own doctor the next day and gave me some medicine for my dizziness.
    - Corrie Z.
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  • Doc Wellbee

    3957 Pleasantdale Rd Ste 107
    Atlanta, Georgia