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01/08/2016
By: Pearl B.
Bullock, Nicole P, MD
DO NOT go to her, she does not care if you are in pain. She refused me pain meds after a procedure that caused me pain and told me to go to my Primary for meds. My Primary DID NOT give me the procedure - she did!
02/19/2014
By: Bob S.
David E Spivey Jr MD
Your just number 22375 to them, not a person. I fired my doctor out loud,, for everyone to hear. If you like military style health coverage, go for it.
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