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By: Sara B.
A & R Health Services
This Is an awful suboxone doctor every time I went to my appointment the place was operated a different way. They dropped 70 patients and I was one of them, for the reason they lost a doctor. I have been a patient there since last June 2014 and was dropped on January 20, 2015. Plus one of the doctors I saw was trying to push me to go to a pain clinic for the reason that I'm on ultram. I was on ultram when I started going and they knew that, I they them a copy of my prescription history. What suboxone doctor try's to push their patients back on pain meds?
By: daisybitc
Evidence Based Recovery & George Lloyd Md
Dr. Lloyd is absolutely the number one doctor! He has changed my life 100 %.I do suggest and recommend that if you or a loved one or even a friend is suffering from opiod addiction, that you call Dr. Lloyd. I was at the bottom in life. I had lost everything. Dr. Lloyd helped me help my self tremendously. Now as of August 18 Th I will have been clean (drug free) for 3 years. I am a sophomore in college with a 3.7 GPA. And my two children have a close relationship. Please call him he will help you to better your life in so many ways!
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