Mountain Family Healthcare CenterThese People Are Horrible
Mountain Family Healthcare Center is a shady business. Calviva is accepted at the Urgent Care facility next to it.
Fresno PD and a tow truck driver are being used to harass the poor people who visit Urgent Care.
My daughter was caught in the web of predatory Tow Truck drivers today.
He hooked up her car and STARTED THE WENCH with her in the front seat, waiting for her to get picked up.
He demanded that she give him her keys and refused to let her cargo. He demanded money for her to take the car.
The signs that the PD gave them to place, which makes it legal and legal, don’t meet the code as the character doesn’t include the number or name of the two companies.
It was there! So, I was threatened by the cop for trying to explain to him logic, and my daughter was given a parking ticket.
These people are terrible. He parked his car on the curb and waited for the next victim, a little woman who couldn’t speak English.
Thank you to the Urgent Care receptionist, who called the truck driver and drove the woman to her car. She had a checkbook and knew one to help her.
To get her car back, she had to pay 220! She was more likely unable to read the signs and know that she wasn’t supposed there.
2 Reviews on Mountain Family Healthcare Center
I would recommend another place.
I was treated like trash and would not recommend this place to anyone else.
I went in for an annual psychical and a referral for breast reduction surgery.
I was there for an annual psychical and a referral for breast-reduction surgery. Because I had been through the same process in another state, I was confident that I would be eligible for the referral. However, they were condescending about me asking for a referral. They said things like “it’s unlikely you’d qualify for that operation anyway” and “it’s probably not like you have that many breasts.”. ”
I was told that plastic surgeons do not accept referrals. The nurse practitioner confirmed this and said, “If they did, everyone would be beautiful.” She was very discouraged when I mentioned that I wanted the surgery for medical reasons. She advised me to look into medication as it is a lengthy process for insurance.
I explained that I needed a referral, and I was willing to go through the process. She then suggested that she write a referral for breast augmentation, considered cosmetic surgery. After examining my chest and looking at my clothes, she said, “Are these the things you want to get rid of?” I chuckled. It felt as if my pain and desires were ignored and dismissed. My personal views were placed in the best interests of the patient.