• 1.Med Plus Florence

    2908 Mall Dr

    Florence,AL

    3.53 miServices

    (1)
    BBB Rating: A+
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    I've been a total of 3 times, the first two times I had Dr. Ferguson and the last time I had Dr. Yadla. Needless to say that will be the last time I go, Dr. Yadla wasn't thorough at all. I came in wit

  • 2.Med Plus

    108 Avalon Ave

    Muscle Shoals,AL

    3.82 mi

    (5)
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    The doctor I saw was wonderful. However the staff was cold and abrupt, and I waited for 2.5 hours in an empty waiting room to see the doctor.

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07/30/2014
By: cindyannemassey
Med Plus Florence
I've been a total of 3 times, the first two times I had Dr. Ferguson and the last time I had Dr. Yadla. Needless to say that will be the last time I go, Dr. Yadla wasn't thorough at all. I came in with an awful painful soar throat and left with sinus medication. what a joke. I called and asked if there was any medication that could be given to help reduce the swelling and pain and they acted so rude. terrible lobby service and awful practitioner
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