Suite 205/161 Bigge St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia
161 Bigge Street Liverpool NS
(02) 9822 8447
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
Saturday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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Tina Nguyen said 3 years ago
The receptionist with the red short hair DID NOT treat me like a human being. Please note: this review is about the receptionist ONLY. Everyone else at the practice are capable of acting in a professional manner. I was 30mins early to my appt and the receoptionist wanted me to be seen prior as the other client that was booked before me was late. I was unable to be seen early as i needed support from my partner (he was on his way). I needed to be seen at my normal time that i was booked. As soon as my partner walked in, the receptionist said in a loud rude tone whilst talking to her colleague 'the first one didnt want to be seen cause she was waiting for her partner, we cant do that it puts everyone behind'. I clearly did the right thing by coming early and she made me feel like a joke just because i needed my partner there. We were fuming. Im suprised this lady has a job. She is digusting and should not be hired by anyone. She should be paid by the government to not work because her behaviour blew my mind.
Anna Pavxo said 3 years ago
HANDS DOWN to the best - most amazing place for pregnant woman - Amazing technology, even though its expensive , you GET what you pay for. even though the government pays for your scans at normal imagining places, Sydney ultrasound for woman has the best technology, they check EVERYTHING .. happy to pay to assure my baby is growing healthy and they have so many appointments available. DEF RECOMMENDED! :)
hinarii Ariiveheataiteraipoiri said 3 years ago
Rude admin lady early on Saturday morning 28/10. No good mornings just straight up have a seat for me then you are ask to close a door that was already open prior our coming then you are ask to speak louder in a rude manner and no eye contact.
Sandra Auro said 4 years ago
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