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Sysy Morales
Works at The Girl's Guide to Diabetes
Attended Virginia Western Community College
Lived in Ciudad Guayana
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Have her in circles
253 people
Wil Dubois's profile photo
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Susan Fox wang's profile photo
Newport Beach MedSpa's profile photo
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Health activist, health blogger, freelance writer
Employment
  • The Girl's Guide to Diabetes
    Writer/Editor, 2009 - present
  • Diabetes Care Club
    Patient Expert, blogger, forum advocate, 2011 - present
  • Metalsa
    Training and Culture Specialist, 2008 - 2009
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Ciudad Guayana - Virginia - Caracas
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Author of The Girl's Guide to Diabetes.com

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Type 1 diabetic since 94' and mother of twins
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  • Virginia Western Community College
    science/liberal arts, 2001 - 2003
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Friendly staff. The room smelled like mildew mixed with chemicals. I got a bad headache there and lost my appetite. There were dead bugs at the foot of the bed. I had a reservation at the Courtyard Marriott that was moved over to the Fairfield, and how is that ok? You can upgrade people, not downgrade them!
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I asked if they took my insurance and an employee told me "yes!" Turns out they don't and I shouldn't have counted on her answer but should have called my insurance and been sure. Then after paying about $2000 for a few visits between my two kids I left for a practice that accepts my insurance. I asked a lady in the office for the xrays so I could save on those by taking them to the next practice. She said I could come in anytime to pick them up. I went to pick them up and another lady said I had to send a fax or email to release them. So I sent an email with the other practice's fax info and everything I was told to include. They never sent the xrays so I had to pay an unnecessary amount of precious money for new xrays. I called Anderson and Sheppard to complain and someone said to email my complaint. I emailed my complaints and weeks later have heard nothing. I saw the bill for the new pediatrician and even before insurance coverage, the costs are 3 to 4 times lower than Anderson and Sheppard. So, while they were nice enough there, I would be aware that you may be overpaying and getting hassle from incompetent or inconsiderate staff.
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Public - a year ago
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