Thomas Robert D Md in Greeneville, TN with Reviews -
  • 1.Thomas, Robert D, MD

    401 Takoma Ave


    1.08 mi

  • 2.Dr. Robert R Diez D'Aux, MD

    228 N Main St Ste 2


    0.24 mi

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By: connie.c.burleson
The two stars are for the doctors and nurses. They were very caring and tried but was shut down by hospital director. Two doctors had decide that my condition was serious enough to be hospitalized. They even prescribed meds and treatments in the ER for me to be hospitalized. The Dr. said he needed to talk to the director. When he came back he said he was sad to say they would not hospitalize me at their hospital and they would be glad to send me to Johnoson City. They instead released me with this condition to seek treatment else where. Easy to read between the lines. No insurance, no care! Thanks for nothing!
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