Dr Davis in Lakewood, OH with Reviews - YP.com
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12/22/2014
By: Rasmeha N.
Orra, Abdul M DO
The ladies at the front desk are he most disrespectful women.! The doctor doesn't care about you. He wants his money and that's it. They don't care if you need to be seen! Just find another place. This was my first and my last
06/05/2014
By: Christopher R.
Orra, Abdul M DO
Don't waste your time! From the moment I called they were only interested in what I wanted to be seen for and reasons why they could not help. Then they gave me a generic excuse that I would need to see my prescribing doctor. That doctor is a psychologist and not a general practitioner.
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