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By: Latoya S.
Turning Point Hospital Women's
horrible place staff is immature docs are confused and they try to give meds tat aren't vitamins they threatened me if I tried to leave but I'm a determined cna and when I want a healthy recovery this is not the program if you have a loved one plz check on them and if your considering going there DO NOT
By: queenviii
Dr. Andrew G Cordista, MD
He is one of the best back surgeons in Moultrie ... Does the x~ rays right in his office .... He done a wonderful job on my moms back ... Just wish he had of done mine.. Lol
Tips & Advices
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