After Hours Clinic in Richland, MS with Reviews - YP.com
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09/07/2014
By: Nancy F.
Richland Primary Care Center
My doctor there is very rude and condescending. I am in a wheelchair and she acts like I can not take care of myself and thinks she knows better them me how to take care of myself. And one time I went in for a problem that she insisted I did not have. Refused to do any tests or anything. So after a few weeks I went in again and only then did she do any tests and what do you know? I had what she insisted I did not have! Will never go there again. In the process of finding a new doctor.
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