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  • 1.Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center University Medical Center

    2390 W Congress St

    Lafayette,LA

    22.04 mi

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    I injured my neck in 2009 and that has prevented me from working as I am in pain 24 hrs a day. Sitting, standing, or laying down for long periods of time are an impossiblility. I went to UMC to seek

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06/19/2017
By: Karen C.
Stacey W Mayeaux Md
I was a long term patient (also a medical professional) of this doctor when he first started his practice in Opelousas. He left his practice there to work as a ER physician., then started a practice in Port Barre, La. He now has recently moved his practice back to Opelousas which I was very happy to hear about until I called to make an appointment to see him. I was asked for a medical history over the phone from a receptionist, then told I would receive a phone call back only to be told that this MD decided that he was no longer accepting new patients!! Why was I not told this prior to giving my health history to a stranger! Good to know that this MD is screening who he wants to treat instead of following the oath he took to treat the sick. And yes I do work and have medical insurance so that was not the issue. If I could have given "0" stars I would have.
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09/19/2016
By: Russell N.
Stacey W Mayeaux Md
Been my primary care for 7+ years. Very professional and friendly. I won't see anyone else. He listens to what is wrong and treats you like a human being.
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04/01/2016
By: Jeannie-ann S.
Stacey W Mayeaux Md
Dr Mayeaux is such a sweet caring Doctor! I've never met a Dr like him besides Dr Richard Lafleur! My three kids and I see Dr Mayeaux and we aren't going anywhere!
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01/14/2016
By: Rebecca A.
Latiolais, Sarah, MD
These people are rude and turned away my young children before even meeting them. I disclosed that my son is a genius and has seen a specialist in the past but only needed a regular physician for well appointments. They said they couldn't see my kids because of this; when I started crying they said that I was a problem and not a good fit. I said I was just upset because they were turning away innocent, healthy children, and it wasn't right.
12/29/2015
By: Cookstephaniea@aol.com C.
Wellness Residential
awesome place for affordable price!helps so many people get their lives back together. Excellent staff and has therapy daily for those who need it.
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10/29/2015
By: Melissa T.
Wellness Residential
Do not come here ever. The daily management is non- existant. Everyday is chaos, confusion, and unorganization. They could care less about the residents. All they care about is getting your rent money. The brochure lies about everything.
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