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I've used Be Legally Green Goethe last 5 years. They're a bit pricey but I like their location vs having to drive to San Jose, which I hate. This time, I walked in only to be told that the doctor wasn't coming in today and they'd been trying to contact me to reschedule. I scheduled that Saturday appt because it was the first and only time that I would be free for the next two months. The receptionist kept offering me daytime appointments even though I kept telling him "daytime doesn't work for me. I work for a living. Just like you do." All he could say was that he was sorry. No offer of a reduced price if I rescheduled. No attempt to get the doctor to accommodate me since I'd been inconvenienced. Just "I'm sorry". I actually don't blame the Receptionist, but the doctor should be more professional. If he had appointments, he should be present. If it's not possible for him to be there, he should have made allowances.
1 person thought this review was helpful
I became "legally green" here last year. Could not have been an easier process.
Went back this weekend to get my renewal. Again, I was in and out in 15 minutes (possibly less)
$99 for initial rx/$79 for renewal
You can make appointment via phone or internet.
Seriously, Be Legally Green makes the process painless!
(BTW -- the sandwich shop next door is the bomb!)
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