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06/26/2013
By: caton1982
DR Malati Harris MD
Always typing on her coumputer and not looking at you. Seems to blame things on your weight. she don't check with insurance on whats cover and then gets you with a bill. calling they tell you that its you to find that out. Never seems to know what shes doing. The only doctor that I pay my co pay and her spend five mins to tell me its viral and I'll get over it and still get a bill. Rip off
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01/14/2017
By: mpinegar
Lawrence Family Practice Center
I have been going here over 20 yrs. always has short wait time,and clean facility. My doctor and his staff have always gone the distance helping me out. Beat Cancer with their help too!I throughly honored to have them as my Family Practice Center.
01/08/2015
By: cowgirlautumn
Hougham Lori DO
Doesn't know much and will send you to see another doctor! More of just a OB!
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