My son had a hernia. We saw Dr. Molick, a pediatric surgeon in this group. She was spectacular. On our office visit, my 2-year-old son (the one with the hernia) was being a real pill, but when I apologized, Dr. Molick simply smiled and said, "I'm a pediatric surgeon. This is my every day. If I can't handle this, I need to find a new career!" How WONDERFUL to finally hear such recognition of childhood behaviors from a physician.
This hospital is dedicated to cardiac patients only. My mother recently spent time there for a heart cath and stent placement. Her stay has been wonderful, the nurses have been very helpful to us as the family, as well as my mother. They did not make us feel stupid or insecure. They welcomed questions and tried to answer them well. They really were top-notch. This hospital is NOT in-network for insurance coverage, but they waive as much of the copayment as they can so that your out-of-pocket is pretty comparable to in-network hospitals.
Dr. Galichia did a WONDERFUL job of treating my mother. He did more tests in one day for her than her current cardiac care physician had done in five years. Thanks to Dr. Galichia's thorough treatment of my mother, she's still with us; as he found several things that needed immediate attention!
These people are okay. Can't say they're outstanding. their properties are often kind of shoddy workmanship as they make their money off of a fast turnaround. On the other hand, if you're willing to take a bit of a risk, you can purchase some homes for pretty low prices. But, it's going to be a gamble.
This home care company has been decent in my dealings with them. Not outstanding, but not any really negative experiences either. The home health aides seem to be a little lazy, but not negligent or rude. The nurses don't have the best bedside manner, but are knolwedgeable. All in all, it's not a dangerous home health company, but not an excellent one either.
This store has many items that are unique for the person into hobbies that are really specialties and high-end. However, for the average everyday hobbyist, they are overpriced, selling ant farms, for example, for three times what one can buy the same thing at Toys R Us for. So, for selection, I would recommend them, but be willing to leave with a lighter wallet!
I became involved with these folks when they convinced me they could get me a loan. They did, and were going to allow a carryback to a seller. They told me they could find us the house we wanted and could inflate the price to make it appear we'd given a bigger downpayment.
By the time we ultimately found the house we wanted--due to our own diligence--the realtor we'd been working with had left the company and the new realtor said we'd never had a loan in the first place!!
I didn't give them a 1 because I don't know if it was just that realtor or the company that used those unethical policies.
I was treated poorly by the manager/owner, when he felt I wanted more for my trade-in than he thought it was worth. He actually took my keys, refused to give them back until I had listened to him call another dealership to ask how much they would give me for my car! I was incensed! It was a horrible experience.
These schools are good, with a good curriculum. I did have a minor problem with administration insisting on a 15-year-old with a learning disability be held after school and walk over 2 miles home since she would miss her bus, when no parent was available to pick the child up. Ultimately, they did remedy that problem with during-lunch detention (for being tardy to class).
This newspaper is small, but it is cheap and easily available to Rose Hill residents. Their ad prices are very, very reasonable. The only problem I do have is that the owner is pretty advanced in age and behind the times in technology, so his secretary has neither a computer with email, nor fax machine, making actually placing an ad a bit difficult since their hours are spotty and unknown.