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02/29/2016
By: Shirley H.
Professional Medical Training
Great school! I just got a job at Mcleod Hospital. The teachers were great! No more fast food jobs for me!
02/11/2016
By: C L.
McCaffrey, Michael M, MD
Another incompetent physician in SC.... not a big surprise. Doctor failed to contact patient with abnormal test results but rest assured, he collected all the money due and then some PRIOR to the visit.
01/21/2015
By: April O.
Waccamaw Primary Care
The worst experience at a doctors office I have ever had and this is coming from a medical professional in the field. Nothing but a bunch of clowns running this circus. It's baffling to me that this doctors is permitted to run his own practice. You would have better luck going to a tarot card psychic reading than actually getting any kind of medical treatment. Completely and ridiculously horrific.
09/05/2014
By: Ashley M.
Dr. Morris J Washington, MD
Amazing doctor he is a wonderful sweet kind great guy glad he's my Doctor
04/16/2013
By: mitchm.
Associates In Surgery Pa
Very DANGEROUS place. Enter at own RISK!!
11/16/2012
By: margie.fiori.5
Conway Physicians Group
Dr. Edelson is a wonderful doctor. Not only is he very knowledgeable and professional, he makes you feel that he truly cares.
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