Sun Fresh Market

★★★★★
  • 11212 Holmes Rd

    Kansas City, MO 64131

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  • 816-942-0202

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We??re grateful for your continuing to keep the store open, and we know you face a lot of competition
Probably you don??t even know about the trash/garbage spilling out the back of it. People who walk see it. It's The Orange juice you ran for 10 for $10 was great??very healthy. The liters of 10/$10 coke are the first thing I saw when I walked into the store. I saw a very obese, unhealthy looking little kid with 10 in his grocery cart. I think, if the coke was in the back and the orange juice in the front ??at least you could say you tried your best to promote health. We get hyped on sugar and caffeine the school superintendents get paid big bucks to put pop/candy machines in then they get paid big bucks by government for every kid they put on Ritalin. This is what Ritalin Dr. Peter Breggin, speaks against these neuroleptics in: War Against Children of Color:? How the neuroleptics, programs, and theories of the psychiatric establishment are threatening America??s children finding "biochemical imbalances," intervening in the lives of schoolchildren with psychiatric neuroleptics. Here??s an example of what some of these psychiatrists who benefit when we continually dump caffeine and too much sugar, too much TV., too many video games onto our kids: The state charged him, and his appeal was denied. He??s the kind who benefit when we unwittingly lead our children astray or don??t give them proper nutrition. George Iturralde, M.D., CR No. 218 (1992) Department of Health and Human Services DEPARTMENTAL APPEALS BOARD Civil Remedies Division In the Case of: George Iturralde, M.D., Petitioner, - v - The Inspector General.
DATE: July 30, 1992 Docket No. C-399 Decision No. CR218 Petitioner has argued, in effect, that the process by which he was suspended by the Kansas Medicaid program was unfair. Tr. 15 - 20; Petitioner's April 30, 1992 Motion. Petitioner does not deny that Kansas Medicaid is a legitimate State entity and that it, in fact, did suspend him. The second criteria is that Petitioner's suspension relate to his professional petence, professional performance, or financial integrity. Kansas Medicaid found that Petitioner had engaged in a consistent practice of billing for a higher level of medical service than his medical record documentation would support, and Petitioner had, in fact, reimbursed Kansas Medicaid to satisfy his overpayment. FFCL 5, 16. This finding concerns Petitioner's financial integrity. Kansas Medicaid also found problems with the medical necessity and quality of the psychiatric services Petitioner provided his patients. Petitioner appeared to utilize only three diagnoses, his patient records lacked documentation, and the records showed no indication that many patients receiving psychotherapy for a number of years had achieved any level of improvement. FFCL 17. These findings concern Petitioner's professional petence. Finally, Kansas Medicaid found evidence that Petitioner performed physical examinations in an office not equipped for that purpose. The office did not contain an examination table, protective paper coverings, or soap in the bathroom.

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We??re grateful for your continuing to keep the store open, and we know you face a lot of competition
Probably you don??t even know about the trash/garbage spilling out the back of it. People who walk see it. It's The Orange juice you ran for 10 for $10 was great??very healthy. The liters of 10/$10 coke are the first thing I saw when I walked into the store. I saw a very obese, unhealthy looking little kid with 10 in his grocery cart. I think, if the coke was in the back and the orange juice in the front ??at least you could say you tried your best to promote health. We get hyped on sugar and caffeine the school superintendents get paid big bucks to put pop/candy machines in then they get paid big bucks by government for every kid they put on Ritalin. This is what Ritalin Dr. Peter Breggin, speaks against these neuroleptics in: War Against Children of Color:? How the neuroleptics, programs, and theories of the psychiatric establishment are threatening America??s children finding "biochemical imbalances," intervening in the lives of schoolchildren with psychiatric neuroleptics. Here??s an example of what some of these psychiatrists who benefit when we continually dump caffeine and too much sugar, too much TV., too many video games onto our kids: The state charged him, and his appeal was denied. He??s the kind who benefit when we unwittingly lead our children astray or don??t give them proper nutrition. George Iturralde, M.D., CR No. 218 (1992) Department of Health and Human Services DEPARTMENTAL APPEALS BOARD Civil Remedies Division In the Case of: George Iturralde, M.D., Petitioner, - v - The Inspector General.
DATE: July 30, 1992 Docket No. C-399 Decision No. CR218 Petitioner has argued, in effect, that the process by which he was suspended by the Kansas Medicaid program was unfair. Tr. 15 - 20; Petitioner's April 30, 1992 Motion. Petitioner does not deny that Kansas Medicaid is a legitimate State entity and that it, in fact, did suspend him. The second criteria is that Petitioner's suspension relate to his professional petence, professional performance, or financial integrity. Kansas Medicaid found that Petitioner had engaged in a consistent practice of billing for a higher level of medical service than his medical record documentation would support, and Petitioner had, in fact, reimbursed Kansas Medicaid to satisfy his overpayment. FFCL 5, 16. This finding concerns Petitioner's financial integrity. Kansas Medicaid also found problems with the medical necessity and quality of the psychiatric services Petitioner provided his patients. Petitioner appeared to utilize only three diagnoses, his patient records lacked documentation, and the records showed no indication that many patients receiving psychotherapy for a number of years had achieved any level of improvement. FFCL 17. These findings concern Petitioner's professional petence. Finally, Kansas Medicaid found evidence that Petitioner performed physical examinations in an office not equipped for that purpose. The office did not contain an examination table, protective paper coverings, or soap in the bathroom.

Pros: Friendly, helpful, polite, safe, easily accessible

Cons: need more appreciation of community for the store

 

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