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By: Sherry M.
Hunterdon Family Medicine at Cornerstone
This practice is to big and impersonal. Although I have never seen this doctor, she is the owner of the practice. I had an issue with a diagnosis from a nurse practitioner (only person available when you are sick) and she refused to speak to me. If you are looking for a general practice, keep looking!
By: Danielle D.
Hunterdon Family Physicians
Very unhappy with this practice. I have been sick for 5 weeks now. After paying for 2 office visits - dealing with 3 different doctors in the practice, was still told to let it run it's course, which I understand, but they would not give any kind of antibiotics or at least cough medicine, OTC cough meds were not enough - even a pill form cough suppressant would have helped. I have now pulled muscles in my chest and back from coughing so hard and have to go for a chest xray. Needless to say, I changed doctors.
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