Lakeland Medical Center in Lakeland, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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09/20/2016
By: Patrick D.
Trinity Medical Group
I've been coming here for a few years. Never had any major problems. It is a very busy office. Even the wait isn't to bad. No longer than any other doctors office. Never had any problems getting my scrips called into my pharmacy. Nice people under very stressful conditions.
02/06/2013
By: sophias.mom
Mehanna George F MD
I have been a patient of Dr. M for many years. He is a competent physician and his staff has gone above and beyond to accommodate me in my time of need.
01/24/2014
By: Megan P.
Integrated Health of Lakeland
He is Great, looking to try the massage....
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