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Just The Trueth

Absecon, NJ

#1 Apr 29, 2010
Anyone who is thinking of use this clinic should think again.The so called Dr.Neville is not a doctor at all,it seems.What happened ? It use to be a great place to go with good old Dr. Poesnecker ,He knew his job well.This new clown has no credentials to do anything,though is in practice for some odd reason. Its a big farce sad the clinic takes no pride after such excellence.Thank goodness, I was informed before returning for a service's that no longer exist.What where they thinking ?
More truth

Burlington, NJ

#2 Apr 29, 2010
Just The Trueth wrote:
Anyone who is thinking of use this clinic should think again.The so called Dr.Neville is not a doctor at all,it seems.What happened ? It use to be a great place to go with good old Dr. Poesnecker ,He knew his job well.This new clown has no credentials to do anything,though is in practice for some odd reason. Its a big farce sad the clinic takes no pride after such excellence.Thank goodness, I was informed before returning for a service's that no longer exist.What where they thinking ?
Woodlawn's down the street is far worse.
Rosicrucians

Quakertown, PA

#3 Apr 29, 2010
Aren't they the same place?
Just Me

Absecon, NJ

#4 Apr 29, 2010
Rosicrucians wrote:
Aren't they the same place?
They are owned by the same corporation .At Woodlands there are actual doctors, who are pretty decent.The staff is a bit messed up though.
Local

Burlington, NJ

#5 Apr 29, 2010
Just Me wrote:
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They are owned by the same corporation .At Woodlands there are actual doctors, who are pretty decent.The staff is a bit messed up though.
A bit messed up is an understatement & that includes the docs.
local

Anderson, IN

#6 Apr 29, 2010
Funny, I was going to start a thread last week and ask about the Woodland Clinic.....I am looking for a local doctor that treats menopausal symptoms with natural (or bio identical) hormone replacement therapy. Since Woodlands seems to be big on homeopathic treatments I thought maybe someone might recommend them. Am curious as to more specifics behind the negative comments about the clinic.
local

Anderson, IN

#7 Apr 29, 2010
sorry Local, didn't mean to steal your name....I saw it after I posted
Gloria

Quakertown, PA

#8 Apr 29, 2010
Strangly enough someone just told us how great they were at treating children with ADHD and I was going to take my daughter there. Please tell us what the problems have been.

Since: Apr 10

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#9 Apr 30, 2010
Gloria wrote:
Strangly enough someone just told us how great they were at treating children with ADHD and I was going to take my daughter there. Please tell us what the problems have been.
Yes is the best for the problems you are describing. It is the sister company that they are referring to .
junklover

Parksley, VA

#10 Apr 30, 2010
STAY AWAY from BOTH PLACES......last I heard they were under investigation from a major insurance carried for insurance fraud......

CLymer takes no insurance...where woodlands does...BUT< they tell you that YOU need a ton of useless tests that the insurance does not pay.
( nor do they tell you that)

AND they make their own snake oils......STAY AWAY......

signed..first hand expirence.

Since: Jun 11

Kingston, Jamaica

#12 Jun 9, 2011
I dont trust that place since the turned out to be illuminati freemasons disguised under corporaion
smiley

Sunbury, PA

#13 Jun 9, 2011
osiram wrote:
I dont trust that place since the turned out to be illuminati freemasons disguised under corporaion
Its been that from its inception.
Local Yocal

Quakertown, PA

#14 Jun 9, 2011
osiram wrote:
I dont trust that place since the turned out to be illuminati freemasons disguised under corporaion
great tax shelter just like the good ole churches.
seriously

Jamison, PA

#15 Dec 30, 2012
i really cannot believe these posts-whether they are the best or the worst doctors in the world why would anyone take the opinion of these-well, i really cannot use the word I would like to use
"they make their own snake oil" and they are under investigation from insurance and they have freemasons illuminati? you really better know what you are talking about before you begin to babble such utter nonsense-
like any hosital or doctor does not have issues?
and as far as tests that are not needed?? the next time you are so sick that you think you are going to die and there is a test to find out what the problem is, you will be begging for it
Just stick to your regular doctors who prescribe everything and anything to get the comps from the salesreps and then make a claim with the lawyer handling the side effects and write about that you fools
seriously

Jamison, PA

#16 Dec 30, 2012
More truth wrote:
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Woodlawn's down the street is far worse.
it's Woodlands, not Woodlawns-try to get the name correct before bashing the place
OMG

Souderton, PA

#17 Dec 30, 2012
The name Clymer says it all!

Bath salts anyone?
Searching

Drexel Hill, PA

#18 May 5, 2013
Does anyone know the history of the property next to the Woodlands?(5666 Clymer Rd.) It is currently Success Rehab. I would like to know when the building was built and what it was used for.
Local

Perkasie, PA

#19 May 6, 2013
Searching wrote:
Does anyone know the history of the property next to the Woodlands?(5666 Clymer Rd.) It is currently Success Rehab. I would like to know when the building was built and what it was used for.
I think that was affiliated with the Clymer Clinic at one time.
Searching

Drexel Hill, PA

#20 May 6, 2013
Does the name Humanitarian Society ring a bell with anybody? According to the property history I could find on line this society sold the property in 1978. The architecture of the building on the property suggests it was built in the seventies. Was there any clinic in this area operating say, between 1900-1950s?
Local

Perkasie, PA

#21 May 7, 2013
Searching wrote:
Does the name Humanitarian Society ring a bell with anybody? According to the property history I could find on line this society sold the property in 1978. The architecture of the building on the property suggests it was built in the seventies. Was there any clinic in this area operating say, between 1900-1950s?
I think that was all woods along that stretch before the 70s. I never heard of the "Humanitarian Society", but lots of places do business with a different registered name. The internet can only give you so much information. If you really need to know more, check physical public records. You can check the courthouse to find out if and when the property was sub-divided, who owned it, and what year transfers were made. You can also check at the township building to see when building permits were issued. After you do that, you can call the state corporation bureau to see if they have any info on the names you came up with.

If you're just curious, it's probably not worth all that trouble.

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