Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Locations & Hours Near Jackson, TN - YP.com

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By: Linda G.
UT Family Medicine Center
Dr. Gregg Mitchell is the best doctor ever! He is super smart and very thorough. He listens carefully and pays attention to detail. He doesn't make you feel like just a number--he really does care about his patients and he always has a smile and is always friendly. I would quickly recommend him as the one to see with all your medical issues. Getting an appointment with him might be a trick, though, since he stays booked solid all the time. But he is well worth the wait--A+ all the way!
By: J L.
UT Family Medicine Center
We have seen many doctors at this facility and they have all been kind and concerned for our well being. They get us in quickly if we have an unexpected need and they are generally quick to get us in and out. It can be hard to get the same doctor for every visit because there are a lot of resident doctors there, but we haven't had a doctor so far that we disliked. And if you're willing to wait, you can get in with a specific doctor.
By: raja0799
The Jackson Clinic
Dr. Muir has been doctoring for about 25 plus years. He is polite, courteous, thorough, careful with meds and just pleasant to have an appointment with. You can't help but like this guy! Above all, he is trustworthy. Jackson Clinic should be proud to have Dr. Muir on staff!
By: raja0799
The Jackson Clinic
Dr. Muir is an outstanding physician, patient, caring, intelligent and friendly. I gave him only 4 stars because it sometimes takes him a while to get it right but, he will and his diagnosis is great!
By: Cara M.
Eye Clinic PC
Really friendly staff. I felt very comfortable there and was taken care of.
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