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By: dale.breedlove.7
Monroe Primary Care
So far not impressed with the landmark location. This is my 2nd visit here. My regular dr is a Monroe primary dr, Dr Musa and she is amazing! The front desk staff have been (both times) more interested in chatting personal crap with their co-workers than checking you in. Even tho I was the only patient there on both visits. You will have to wait until they get free to acknowledge you. My first trip was to dr Spence. The personality of a rock. I have an issue with my finger and he didn't even touch it. A waste of time and money!Second trip I saw nurse practitioner Wendy Veeder. Loved he.! Great listener! Very personable. Would ABSOLUTELY recommend her. Front desk staff needs to be wait on patients first and socialize when patients are taken care of
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