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  • 1.Gupta, Kshitij

    303 E Matthews Ave

    Jonesboro,AR

    4.04 mi

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07/26/2017
By: Dorothy G.
Nea Baptist Clinic
Been a patient for almost 30 years and have excellent health care. Dr Crawley is a great doctor for me.
07/25/2017
By: Robert W.
McDaniel, Craig A, MD
They have a very good staff hardly any waiting at all I get rite in no problems. and are very nice and polite doctors that take the time to talk to you.
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07/13/2017
By: Savannah C.
Uams Family Medical Center Jonesboro
Called a week ago to get a prescription refilled and they said i couldn't have it because i am pregnant well i go in to see them a week later and guess what im not then while im there i ask to get it refilled and they said yes but never sent it in. And they apologized for mixing up my chart with some one elses that is dangerous. They are not careful and not all nurses wear gloves when taking vitals and working with you!!!!!!
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