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By: Darrell T.
Dublin Pain Clinic
This place is a joke plan & simply I had my 1st back surgery 20yrs ago I've had 6 in total needing a 7th it took 3 hours just to be seen the nurses was nice enough the PA was a flat out bitch who was passing judgement on me be4 she even came in the room I answered all the questions and went through the pointless bend this way walk over to here tests after I told them I've had injections & they don't work the PA didn't say anything (I'll be back, I need to talk to doc.) She just walked out the nurses ask me a couple more questions and closed her laptop telling us the PA would be back eventually When she finally returned she started to claim that I failed my drug test when she saw it wasn't going to work she claimed they dont prescribe meds at the level that I'm on i take morphine sulfate ER 60mg 2× a day & 10mg oxycodone IR 4× a day as needed deffenitly not a starter dose but as I said this started 20yrs ago so l do have a tolerance as any1 wouldHer final advice was for me to go to drug rehab no concern for the fact that I need these meds to control pain just go to rehab like I'm shooting heroin and chasing a high if I didn't need this crap that these doctors put me on I wouldn't be taking these drugs to begin withThese flippen Dr. gave these drugs to any1 who asked creating this huge problem while lining their pockets with money and now do to their malpractice its the patients fault like we put ourselves on these stuff we made huge sums of money big pharma gave us the free trips and fancy dinners My insurance co. advised me to go there so I figured the place was legit after my appointment hind sights 20/20 right i took a closer look at Dublin pain clinic (that's on the bottoms) they've had 1 doctor get his license revoked and have moved their location at least 3 times in the last 5yrs yeah it's me with the problem Bottom line is any1 leaving a good review for Dublin pain clinic is either just trying to keep getting their meds or its the clinic its self
By: Meredith S.
Brackin Porter Family Medicine
Absolutely terrible. Overpriced, won't give refills so you have to go back every month. I don't know who the hell has time to go to the doctor every month for a medication you take daily. They are horrible!!!
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By: Bigredclown _.
Dublin Pain Clinic
So I got my first shot today in my back and it hurt like something crazy but now it's a little better not completely 100% about 55% better alot of the stiffness and pain is gone away for how long who knows but I know tonight I'll sleep better for the first time in a year and a half thank God!!!!
By: Christopher E.
Rivers Edge Family Medicine
Have been going here for 3 years. Dr. Brill is fantastic, the receptionist is horrible and rude. Almost quit going here multiple times because of her but my doctor was so good at taking care of all of my needs I just put up with her. The past few visits have pushed me over being able to deal with it anymore. I'd advise anyone from seeking a primary care physician here as long as that receptionist is employed there.
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By: Sarah B.
Fairway Family Physicians
I was a new patient and went for my yearly well check that is covered by insurance. Just because I was a new patient, they are billing me over $200 just to become a patient. They said it was not considered a well visit. I have been fighting them for over 6 months to recode my visit. I am now being threatened to be sent to collections. Do not go here if you are a new patient.
By: Maddie F.
Dr. Shifra Tyberg, MD
Whenever I need to speak with a doctor or ask for a recommendation, no one is ever available. Voicemail is their best friend and main source of correspondence with patients. Very unprofessional in that manner and their lack of urgency is insulting coming from a primary doctor's office.
By: Patti A.
Grant Family Practice
People answering calls are little slow but were very caring .. Haven't seen Dr yet but heard he's amazing
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By: Greg W.
Grant Family Practice
Good place to go they really care about your health problemsand hi joke odds guy hub hhhjnv jjjjhyxhhhfffucucucucucucucuxuxucc
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By: Julie F.
Brackin Porter Family Medicine
Doctors are FANTASTIC. My whole family goes there. Is the medical quagmire a giant pain? Oh yes --BUT both Dr. Porter and Dr. Brackin have always been helpful and expedited any issues. I have only met one rude staff member there -- ALL of the others have been awesome. One bad apple isn't going to make me change Doctors! New electronic access you have to your record is AMAZING -- makes things way easier and efficient.
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By: Katie F.
Rivers Edge Family Medicine
Horrible. Just speaking with the receptionist has completely turned me away from ever coming here. She was so incredibly rude and not at all helpful. I wouldn't even bother with this place!
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