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05/26/2017
By: Albert-cici- L.
Dr. Samuel Olaniyi Bada, MD
Very great office the receptionist was very nice and the whole staff was exceptional, great front desk professional attitude
05/26/2017
By: Rhonda H.
New Life Medical Group formerly known as West Tennessee Pain Specialist
I love this clinic so much they not only our concern about your pain but they're also concerned about you. They don't heard you through like a bunch of cattle and they treat you with so much respect.
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06/11/2016
By: Cynthiawomack O.
Dr. Samuel Olaniyi Bada, MD
His assistant is good,she always take her time to talk to me and ask questions and answer the questions I have to make sure she give me the best service
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02/01/2016
By: George M.
Jackson Radiology Associates
Completely subprofessional on billing services . Date of service was 06/2015 just now generating a bill on 01/19/2016 . Then you call and get a non american call center. No one wants to deal with billing issues 6 months later. This was a not at fault accident . Just trying to put it behind me.
10/27/2014
By: Michael Y.
Everett, John E MD
Told me for 3 months that I had no injury to my back after a major accident. I FINALLY had an MRI done which showed a ruptured L4-5 and ruptured C3. You decide for yourself.
07/10/2014
By: Kathy S.
Mckenzie, Donna, MD
Pill pusher. Does not know the serious side effects of the drugs she prescribes. Poor ethics. Incompetent.
03/21/2014
By: Deborah W.
Dr. Eric Edward Potts, MD
Poor neuro doctor. Very condescending and apathetic. Would not recommend him to evaluate my dog. Needs to learn that he is providing a service, he is not a God. We are in process of changing to new neuro dr. Will not tolerate being spoken done to.
08/01/2013
By: rw8674
Tom Edwards, MD
My daughter had to have emergency surgery in April 2013 by Dr Edwards. He did a good job and she is now doing fine. With all the different medical bills, it was impossible to pay them all at the same time. We are paying on each bill every month until we are able to pay the entire bill. Each month I made payment to Madison Surgical Clinic and was turned over to a collection agency in July without any warning. I hate that I don't make the kind of salary as the doctors there do, so then I would be able to pay all my bills as soon as they come in. I think it is pretty cold hearted to turn someone over to a collection agency that is struggling to pay their bills, especially when they have never failed to make a payment each month. This is the only business that we have had any problems making monthly payments to. This place could take a few lessons from the other medical offices in the area.
05/07/2013
By: missey15
Dr. Clarence T Gooch, MD
HORRIBLE DOCTOR. I went to him because my mother-in-law recommended him and since this was my first baby and I had no clue about other obgyns in my area so I went ahead and made an appointment. Well, my first appointment was okay since it wasn't him that examined me so I decided to stick with them. Over the next few appointments I found myself getting more and more disappointed with the lack of information he was giving me. Every appointment I had to wait like an hour and 30 minutes or more. Some of the staff was rude and made me feel very uncomfortable, but some were very friendly and that's why I kept on going. He NEVER checked my baby's fatal position even though I repeatedly asked multiple times. My instincts were telling me something was wrong with my baby's position. Well, when I finally went into labor I went into L&D and found out my baby was in an abnormal fatal position where her knee was in the spot her head was supposed to be. They had to do an emergency c-section. I was so scared and horrified knowing that me and my baby both were in danger if we somehow didn't make it to the hospital on time. I blame him for it. He is an awful doctor, always acted like he was in a hurry, and very uninformative. I will not be going back to him and highly discourage anyone to go to him.
12/11/2012
By: leslieoutland
Ballard, Kelly MD
Pam please send my records to Dr. Wood. i have called all Drs. that i have seen here,none of them have my records. I cannot afford $250.00 a month just to get my meds. Hey i thought we had a great relationship,me and doc. Please this is very important,. What does he want? i will pay the cost of the fax. But please talk to me when i call. Those are my records and by law they need to be sent to my Dr. here. Please do this,i mean what is the big deal here? Dr. Ballard would just be helping a former patient.
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