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  • 1.Workforce Wv Career Center

    200 Value City Ctr

    Beckley,WV

    0.74 mi

  • 2.Workforce WV Career Ctr

    200 New River Town Ctr

    Beckley,WV

    0.05 mi

  • 3.Region 1 Workforce Invstmnt

    200 New River Town Ctr

    Beckley,WV

    1.45 mi

  • 4.WorkForce West Virginia

    200 New River Town Ctr

    Beckley,WV

    0.05 mi

  • 5.WorkForce West Virginia

    195 Davis St

    Princeton,WV

    29.38 mi

  • 6.Region-1 Workforce Investment

    195 Davis St

    Princeton,WV

    29.38 mi

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05/24/2017
By: Michele R.
Scott Killmer MD
Truly great people!! From the moment I walked in until I walked out, everyone was kind and caring. Dr. Killmer is great. Very laid back, and he puts you at ease while he explains what he is going to do. I can't say enough good things about this entire office!!
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05/04/2017
By: William G.
Rahim, Mustafa, MD
Remembered‚Äč me without seeing me for over 5 years.He had only seen me once briefly.Impressive!!!Took all the time with me that I felt that I needed to understand what was going on inside of me.
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03/03/2017
By: Nella S.
Muscari, Kyle M, MD
Found him to be a good at listening to his patients and takes time for them and cares and understands
02/02/2017
By: Cecil R.
Rai, Kumar
I NEED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE DOCTOR if HE PLANS ON DOING CARTIOD ARTERY SURGERY ON MEPLEASE FORWARD ANY INFORMATION THAT YOU CAN TOCECIL ROWE449 OLD CROW ROAD BEAVER WVA, 25813
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12/21/2015
By: Vickie C.
The Happy Camper
This place makes good money killing our kids, it needs to be shut down, synthetic chemicals is what's being sold. They were busted twice, where is the 3rd time, they say the 3rd time is the best. Why not go on a petitions to have it closed for good. Not worth loosing our love ones over, why let them make money and be happy while our babies are dieing??????? Please Lets Stop This.
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12/15/2015
By: Jessica M.
The Happy Camper
Wow....gues its cool to like a place that sells drugs that kill.................tgis place needs to be shut down
08/17/2015
By: Kathryn B.
Love Family Practice Group
My experience here was literally a NIGHTMARE. I needed a physical for my university. My mother had seen an advertisement for Dr. Love's office in the local newspaper so I scheduled an appointment for 10:15. I arrived at 10:00 to allow myself time to fill out any paperwork. I have never received any paperwork like the stack that they handed me after my co-payment. The receptionist had already check-marked "YES" on boxes of consent that were unrelated to my visit including expensive services that were to be preformed and charged regardless if I was to be prescribed NARCOTICS. I brought it to her attention back at the desk and she insisted that I needed it. After arguing, she offered to print new paperwork. After approximately an hour, I was escorted to the back by two Valley College students where they proceeded to take my weight and get a urine screen. They were unable to get an accurate weight because the scale was not calibrated. I assisted them with calibration and they recorded the proper weight. I was then handed a specimen cup with no lid and shown to the bathroom. The toilet seat was covered in visible fecal matter and the toilet paper roll was empty. I found a roll in the cabinet. There were no paper towels provided; only a dryer. I really hope that the employees do not use that sink or bathroom. I was then escorted to an examination room where the two students attempted to take my blood pressure with a faulty cuff (BP was recorded after a couple attempts with the new cuff). They then attempted to preform an EKG (why?). The EKG was recorded after they finally got the pads placed correctly. I was then asked questions by a male nurse (or CNA) regarding my diet, exercise and family history around 11:30. There, I waited until 12:30 and was never seen by Dr. Love. I gathered my belongings, left the building and got my physical completed at MedExpress within 45 minutes. STAY AWAY
11/25/2014
By: M K.
Love Family Practice Group
Love Family Practice doesn't care about their patients at all, period. It seems they thrive from a "patients are irrelevant" perspective. No matter what I say I am ignored, argued with, or lied to. Not only do I sit there for over 3 hours every week, I leave to find myself having to call them as soon as I get home because my prescriptions are wrong. This happens way to often. I could understand every now and then, but unfortunately it has become so normal that I don't bother to tell them about certain prescriptions that I normally take like the sleeping pills and sometimes even my blood pressure medication! Also, they change my medication often without even telling me or obtaining the proper verification through my insurance provider beforehand so I end up having to wait days before I can get the medicine.Enough is enough. I'm finding another doctor as soon as possible.
09/02/2014
By: Ruby W.
The Happy Camper
Love it! All the interesting stuff. I just wished I worked here!
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02/25/2014
By: Eva P.
Dr. Herbert P Oye, DO
Highly recommend Dr. Oye! Dr. Oye and his staff were extremely courteous, caring and the wait time was practically none!
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