WELCOME TO WELLNESS SOLUTIONS!!!
Be Protected -- We are a Doctor owned and operated office
$39.00 RENEWALS, $49 NEW PTS.
NO HIDDEN COSTS!!!
Please call if you have any questions - (818)853-7566
Mon-Fri: 11:00-6:00 appointments and walk-ins always welcome
Sat: 11:00-4:00 appointments only
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I went here because it was close and convenient. The office is clean and professional. Everyone I met was professional and helpful with answering my questions especially the doctor
I had a great experience, I am a new patient so I was. It sure what to expect and was always a little nervous, the Dr. was incredibly helpful and very nice. Everyone there was wonderful. I will definitely return to renew.
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Had a fantastic experience here. It was my first time seeking a referral, and it was all smooth sailing. Very clean and professional atmosphere- I didn't feel nervous at all to be there. Went on a Thursday late morning and there was no one in the waiting room but me. All staff members were extremely friendly and helpful; got a rec for which dispensary to head to and will be writing a nice rec for them too (GVC)
beautiful staff excellent doctor cares about patient rights reserved for next reference year come early get it cheaper then on day
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I LOVE Wellness Solutions! It is a REAL doctors office with a lovely staff and a caring nurturing doctor. The way I found them is hilarious and I'm so glad I did! I will be getting ALL my renewals from them and I will be referring all my friends who are also being healed by the True Flower of Healing.
So, here is my story. Its kind of funny. I walk in to a different place in the same general area. This office shall remain nameless. I had called ahead of time to see if I needed to make an appointment. The person who answered said I did not. As such, I went in a few hours later on my lunch break. After zigzagging though a hallway of a building that kind of had that "shady vibe" I get to a reception area about the size of a medium closet with a locked door and a window to the reception station on the other side. There is a sign that informs me that I MUST sign in. There is also a sign with a large arrow pointing to a buzzer that informs me, rather obnoxiously, that I can use the buzzer ONCE but only after I have SIGNED IN! I sign my name, the time and how I found them. I then dutifully put the pen back and carefully hit the buzzer, making sure to do so only once. Luckily, I didn't have to wait long as a cute little receptionist came out in his nurse/hospital-style blue uniform. His eyes were a deep red having obviously just partaken in the very medicine I was there to get my rec for. Hey, I'm sure he isn't operating any heavy machinery behind that desk, so I personally have no problem obviously! Lol. Anyhoo, he tells me that the doctor has stepped out for lunch but will be back in about 20 min. Obviously, I'm a bit disappointed. I tell him that I called about an appointment and that despite being told it was "all walk-in" nothing was mentioned about lunch hour. I told him I'm on my lunch break myself. He assures me that the doctor has already been gone at least 20 min and that that he is sure to be back. Considering my work is only about 10 min or less away, I feel I have plenty of time as long as it really is only 20 min. He then has me fill out the paperwork. I do so and then he asks for the fee. I pay him in cash. Bad luck strikes again, he can't break my hundred dollar bill and my smaller bills are not enough. I'm really not interested in using my credit card (you never know), so I'm forced to have to go and break my bill somewhere else. I still have about 15 before the doctor is supposedly going to be back, so I figure I have time. As I'm going down the street I notice a liquor store. It was the only likely place to break my bill. Hopefully they would have something not too artificial that I would be forced to buy. As fate would have it, as I got closer I realized that the next door neighbor was none other than the WELLNESS SOLUTIONS Doctors Office. On instinct I walked right in. Rather than ziggzagging through a maze of dark and shady hallways before finding a little "in the cut" hole of a reception room; I now find a large and BEAUTIFUL reception area. There was a was water and coffee. There was a large coffee table covered with hip magazines and excellent history of Rolling Stone Pictures. The coffee table was surrounded by at least eight gorgeous and comfortable chairs. The room was light and beautifully decorated. There were two doors. One which was closed and another which lead to a reception office. Next to the door was a window, which wasn't necessary and the door was open and I was immediately greeted by a charming elderly gentleman. He was well dressed and at first I took him for the doctor. I told him my situation and asked him if I could do my consultation in time to get back to work. He told me in a very friendly and cheerful manner that as soon as I filled out the paperwork, I could "see the doctor immediately". I thanked him and was prepared to have to pay anywhere from 50-100% more for the consultation fee. Yet, to my delighted surprise the Wellness Solutions fee was actually $10 MORE AFFORDABLE! On top of that, they offered one of those instant ID Cards, (great for ever having to deal with Law Enforcement) for only an additional $10! The other place didn't even have an ID option! I excitedly filled out my paperwork and was charmed once again when there turned out to be out 5 less pages of initial wavers to sign. (Remember that song, "Things that make you go, hmmmmmmm..... ;)
I was soon greeted by the doctor (SO THANKFUL it wasn't someone one the other end of a Skype Line, been there, done that!) and I immediately fell in love! She was a sweetheart of a lady with the scholarly disposition of a REAL Doctor, yet she also had the "vibe" of a nurturing mother :)
The consultation was real and professional. She knows her stuff and I felt a real sense of interest in my true well being from her. She gave me good advice and some great tips on what to look out for health wise. All in all I was very satisfied by the experience!
Peace, Love, Kisses, Harmony ;)
This place has a very warm and inviting look and vibe. The staff was very kind and informative. They met my needs and even provided great recommendations. I highly recommend them (no pun intended).
These folks here are great. They actually care about their patients, you can tell. I live nearby and until recently haven't felt the need for a card, but I went in and spoke with the doctors and short bit later I was set. Since I work and live nearby I see them every once in a while, and they always treat me like the first time I met them. Compassionate and just awesome. Go here if you want to be treated like a person and not a walking 40 bucks.
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Right when I walked into this office I could sense a high level of professionalism. Turned out I was right. I been to a few other place but just turned around and walked out. They were either too packed or too crummy or just didn't feel right. This was different. I should say I have lung cancer and the effects of chemotherapy has affected my eating and has given me nausea and that's why I'm looking for a legit doctor. The doctor spent time discussing my condition and actually reviewed my records. She was knowledgeable and sensitive to my condition and answered all of my questions. Here I didn't have to wait and the office is really nice-artsy with a warm feeling. the front office guy, Norman, was really cool, and helpful. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a pleasant and professional experience. I wish i could give them more than five stars.
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