• 1.Fresenius Kidney Care Pine Bluff

    2910 Market St Ste 19

    Pine Bluff,AR

    2.18 mi

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  • 2.Fresenius Medical Care

    2801 S Olive St Ste 19

    Pine Bluff,AR

    1.93 mi

  • 3.Fresenius Medical Care

    2202 S Main St


    30.78 mi

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By: Nancy E.
Robinette, John W
First time at this doctors office. Never know what you may find. It was great. Staff was nice and friendly and helpful and Dr. Robinette was very very nice and friendly and took care of me well. Over all a very enjoyable visit to a doctor. Will for sure keep him as my foot doctor. :)
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By: Latoya G.
Dr. Anna Talley Redman, MD
Great Dr great service no long wait time i love it
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