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By: Belinda C.
Physicians Care Plaza
The nurses and doctors cuss like sailors in the hallways! The F-word must be a requirement to be hired there!! They treat anyone who has government insurance like a second rate citizen. They are VERY unprofessional and if you dare say anything to them about the way you are treated you will find yourself released from their care. Their favorite way to get rid of patients that they consider beneath them is to say that they had a "dirty urine test". Shame on this facility and shame on the physicians who work there.
By: Thomas M.
Physicians Care Plaza
Well let me tell you, as soon as I presented my Mississippi Medicaid card I was dropped like a hot potato. I just wonder how many others have been treated the same? Now the excuse was I had dirty urine and I do not do drugs of any kind except what I am prescribe. That is how they get around discrimination. I feel this organization is flying just below the radar to prescribe drugs and make lots of money. Legalized drug dealer is what I feel they are.
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By: Jamie R.
Henson Medical Clinic
Very helpful and the best nurses caring and comfortable would highly recommend it to anyone in urgent need
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By: Linda K.
Dr. Wanda Henson
I have been a patient of Wanda Henson for a year now. She is personable and down to earth. However, her receptionist has poor customer service skills who never even turns around to acknowledge you and she is rude. Also, the nursing staff changes every time I go there. Not sure what that is about. As I said before, Dr. Henson is easy to talk to and personable. However, you may have to remind her regarding your prescriptions, as mine didn't get called in a couple of times, and once they gave the pharmacy the wrong birthday for me. It's the little things, you know that can make a big difference when you have a busy schedule.
By: Taralynn E.
Mcauliffe Stephen
They wouldn't take my debit card because I was going for anxiety. They said they mainly only do cash handling. They are nothing but drug dealers and their supervisor cussed me out on the phone when I called to ask her about it. They are ridiculous
By: B.
Garden Park Physician Services
I saw the midwives at garden park. Average wait time for appointments was 45 minutes in the waiting room and 1 to 1.5 hours in the tiny treatment room. I delivered an almost ten pound baby naturally. SOOO painful! I got the epidural but they didn't get it in the right spot so only part of my belly was numb. I was in horrible pain after delivery. I was burning alive down there!!! I felt like I had been run over by a bus! Everything was extremely swollen. I asked for pain meds but had to wait an hour because the doctor had forgotten to write a script. They gave me tyelonl for pain. 4 hours later I asked for another tyelonl (hope I am spelling that right) they gave me a hard time and said I was only allowed one every 8 hours. I had just pushed for 3 hours to deliver an almost ten pound baby who's shoulder broke during delivery because he was so big and they were giving me problems about pain meds!! I was in so much pain I could barely walk. Everytime I asked for tylenol they treated me like a drug addict, looking at the time and shaking their heads. My husband was going to leave to buy me some tylenol at the gas station but I couldn't walk because of the pain. We asked the nurse if they would be able to assist me if I needed help while he was gone. The nurse said we are really busy and probably won't have time to help you. I will never be going back. There was a couple nurses who were amazing. One was Andy and I can not remmember the other ones name. My husband had a tiny chair that folded out to half the size of a bed to sleep in and no pillow or blanket. Glad we brought our own pilllow.
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