3/185 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga NSW 2076, Australia
185 Fox Valley Road Wahroonga NS
(02) 9487 9800
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Alex Farmer said 2 years ago
My god! Running 45 minutes late but no mention of that upon arrival nor sorry or thank you for waiting! Reception staff very moody, not a single smile or effort at great service. Doctor herself rather strange I found. To top it off I got home to find I’ve been given someone else’s ultrasound, complete with their date of birth!!!
Mark Charters said 3 years ago
Receptionist extremely rude, when working at front desk you would asume staff would more friendly and not sort and unprofessional when answering the phone.
Daniel Thomy said 3 years ago
The San Ultrasound for Women: Reception staff are extremely unprofessional, unhelpful and unfriendly. Upon checking in for your appointment they neglect to inform you that they are running in excess of 60mins late. If you dare approach them to ask 'how late they are running', they either attempt to make you out to be impatient or blame it on an earlier patient that required additional time. Whilst random occurrences of this would be understandable and tolerable, the San Ultrasound for Women are consistently running late unless you get one of the first appointments when they open.
Scarlet Bell said 3 years ago
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