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  • 1.Modern Medicine

    4114 1st Ave


    10.42 mi

  • 2.Modern Medicine

    279 Dairy Rd


    12.04 mi

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By: Alicia M.
Valley Health Of Hurricane
This review has one star because that's what is necessary to write a review. Otherwise, it would have none. I have been trying unsuccessfully for 8 days to get a prescription. This prescription is one that can't be stopped all at once: you have to be weaned off of it. Apparently, that doesn't matter to Valley Heath Systems I've had problems getting prescriptions refilled before and a local pharmacy told me that was usual for this medical center. I'm going to try one more time tomorrow, and if I have no success, I will never use Valley Health again, anywhere. This is one of the most frustrating medical offices with which I have ever dealt. It is clear that the business aspect takes precedence over patients. They don't seem to care.
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By: lindsay r.
Valley Health Of Hurricane
Love this Office for both psychology and as a PCP. <3
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By: Beth M.
Dr E Brad Mccoy
Excellent doctor listens to you. Friendly staff
By: carl.pinson
Dr. Leonard Andrew Fichter, DO
Love the expertise of dr Ficter and his partner dr Ratliff
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