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Twin Towers Medical Centre (KLCC)

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3.2
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the receptionist was very friendly.. even though went there early to avoid waiting, there were a few people there already waiting in line
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4.7
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Twin Towers Medical Centre is accepted by Perkeso as one of its panel clinics. You can visit them if you are covered by the Perkeso insurance.
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3.6
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Twin Towers Medical Centre is a private dental clinic in Kualal Lumpur City Centre. Call for appoinment before your visit
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3.6
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Twin Towers Medical Centre merupakan sebuah klinik pergigian persendirian yang didaftarkan bawah MDA (Malaysian Dental Association)
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2.4
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This place is a scam. They overcharge. After paying RM250 for initial consultation and RM150 for blood test, the charge another RM400 just to give you the test result when you go back to pick it up. Twin Towers is a tourist trap taking advantage of foreigners. Their staff are rude, doctors lack empathy. and the waiting time is very long. Appointments mean nothing to them. You make an appointment but once you get there you still have to take a number and wait over an hour to be called. Be warned. Better go to a good hospital like Gleneagles. Same price for initial consultation, but they don't charge you when you go back to get your test results.
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1.6
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If you like assembly-line service, then this is the place for you. Some of the individual employees are quite kind, but, for the most part, everyone is just going through the motions of getting you from point A to point B. I knew what I was getting into and needing to get a physical done at the last minute. About 10 days later I picked up the results, but was not able to see the doctor because I couldn't wait 30-60 minutes until she was available. They gave me the results to take home, which I had also planned to pass on to my doctor back in my home country.The simplest, most basic fact that didn't require a doctor's attention was incorrect and that resulted in the doctor providing a completely wrong diagnosis and recommendation. The assistant put down that I was 133 centimeters, but I am 163. The doctor, who I can't be sure is a medically certified doctor, met with me and reviewed everything and should have caught that at that point, but she didn't. When she got the results a week later and wrote up her report, she wrote that at "133 cm" and 62.6 kg my BMI is 36.4 and I am obese. However, at my actual height of 163 cm. my BMI is a healthy 22.7. I am a runner and quite physically active. I was astonished that she wrote I was obese and had a coronary risk and a family history. All her recommendations were based on the wrong height measurement. I just called back and asked them to make the proper changes in the numbers as well as the recommendations. There were important tests, such as thyroid results, that were supposed to be included in the results, but were not. Go to Pantai, Prince Court or Gleneagles for your physical... if you want true results.
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