Sangamon County Medical Society - Sangamon County Medical Society, the voice of over 1,200 physician, resident, and medical student members. Established in 1899, we are a professional membership organization for all licensed Doctors of Medicine and Doctors of Osteopathy in Springfield and Sangamon County.
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City: -71.2047 Massachusetts, United States
SN 9083200811292037 How disappointed we are in the customer/technical service provided by Navien. Began having problems 2 yrs after unit was installed so it wasn't the installer like Navien wants to think.It worked fine for 2 yrs. So for the past 1 1/2 yrs we have scalding hot water for a few minutes...then cold; freezing cold. We are an older couple who must now take cold showers, do dishes with cold water, etc. We have called Navien tech support numerous times. Some calls they have records of but most they don't. We have spent over $1,000 on different plumbers working on the systems with the assistance of Navien techs. Once Navien did send some new parts, but the installation of those didn't make any difference. We have asked Navien to have a rep or supervisor call us numerous times but that has never happened. SO very disappointed with the Navien company. Of course, now the unit is out of warranty. What do I want for Navien? A company who cares about the satisfaction of their customers. I have never in my 64 yrs....ever encountered such poor customer service. I have never given a negative review, however, I feel I must inform anyone thinking about purchasing any product from this company to go somewhere else. I so wish Navien would do the right thing by us but after 1 1/2 yrs, they've worn us down.
I'm only 1/2 way through this collection, but I may have to give up. So far I don't consider anything I've read to be "travel writing". This is journalism or essays, both of which can fall under the category of travel writing, but not in this case.
Changes going from Office 2010 to Office 2013 make it extremely irritating to use, and in fact break functionality available in 2010. After having paid top $ for the downloadable "pro" version of 2013 and having tried to use it for 4 months on a new PC, I just gave up and reverted to Office 2010. What pushed me over the edge was the axis scaling functionality for charts in Excel. It used to be (in office 2010) that you could auto scale to a set of data, freeze the setting (by selecting the "manual" radio button) and use that for subsequent data. However, in redesigning the dialog for 2013, this functionality that I use a lot was broken. It looks like the design team "lost the plot" on the good design of 2010 when they made it "pretty" for 2013. Also, a lot of the functionality compactly displayed in the single dialog box is now scattered across several panels. What a botch!! This story is repeated across the entire Office 2013 - gratuitous change for no reason that gets in the way of useful functionality. I am an old guy and have been using MS office since the beginning. I'm used to being violated by MS. If it weren't for a large collection of Excel VBA-code macros I'd give up on MS Office and switch to Libre Office.
Seems to help with kidney infections, I had touble with infections for over a year and have started using these every day and haven't had hardly any trouble since. Seems to work.