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07/16/2017
By: Bonnie A.
City of Huntington
Found exactly what I was looking for. I will always and have always used these Yellow Pages. Thank y'all very much.
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03/01/2016
By: Laura M.
Carico, Gregory A, MD
This so called Doctor, does not care about his patients. He has gotten and kept family members (his patients) hooked on medications, provided prescriptions for patients to sell, started and messed up vaccinations (for which the patient is responsible for) refused treatment/hospitalization and monitoring of suicidal patients, who told them of their plans, refuses referral to needed specialists, refused follow up testing after giving medications over periods of time. This man is ridiculous and is going to kill someone if allowed to continue his practice!
08/22/2014
By: Mountain M.
Carico, Gregory A, MD
This so called doctor has been sued for malpractice so many times from folks in this area should make your head spin. I don't understand why they still keep him there. He should have his license taken away. A really horrible doctor. A nightmare for those seeking help. STAY AWAY. Go to Kings Daughters and get away from that place as fast as you can go.
12/11/2007
By: billwink
Milton Amy
they have the nicest staff of any area doctors office or hospital.
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