Best 30 Physicians Surgeons Orthopedics in Lubbock, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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11/17/2016
By: Wendy W.
Center For Orthopedic Surgery
All this is opposed to my previous review regarding our experience at the hospital our date there was I confused it was on the 16th of November we brought Judy Anderson to the emergency room not on the 22nd I apologize
06/11/2014
By: Will B.
Dr. Jerry Speight Grimes, MD
I can say that this experience stands out because of its COMPLETE LACK OF INTEGRITY. I was referred to Dr. Grimes by my primary care physician. At the same time my doctor ordered an MRI. My appointment with Dr. Grimes was A FULL MONTH after the referral. I went for my visit with full confidence that the MRI had been forwarded to Dr. Grimes. He ordered a round of X-rays when he had a more definitive test at his disposal. I declined the X-Rays for that reason. After waiting 90 minutes, Dr. Jerry Grimes sent his nurse to the exam room to tell me that Dr. Grimes would not see me without the X-Rays. He may be a great orthopedist, but in my opinion, HE IS COMPLETELY DEFICIENT IN INTEGRITY. I cannot in good faith recommend Dr. Jerry Grimes to ANYONE.http://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Jerry_Grimes/reviews#ixzz34LWJdduj
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