Best 30 Primary Care Doctors in Hot Springs National Park, AR with Reviews - YP.com
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06/19/2017
By: Donald C.
Hamilton West Family Medicine
this message is for jennihello jenni, when you fill out that request for my new wheel chair,please make sure and insist that we get a jazzy , select 6 ultra.because of my total paralisys, on the left side, i must have (for safety sake) this wheel chair, as it elevates the seat to assist my transition in and out of it, risk free. also, i called medicare, and they directed me to the hot springs, village location, for purchasing the jazzy. also, i will not be eligible until may 8th, of 18, but we can start the paper work in april of 18. thanks don campbell
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03/12/2017
By: Brandon W.
Lake Hamilton Family Medicine
Very professional polite and just make you feel like no matter what your gonna be fine. Carrington is by far the coolest cat I ever met in all my doctor visits. Scott Erwin is just as fun and cool. I mustn't forget about the nurses it's to close to call and excuse my language but my goodness they are fine as hell!
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