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01/14/2016
By: Kathy J.
DR Lynn's Family Practice
He was great until today everyone in office great but lady at back out desk very rude I asked Dr Lynn to fill out some FMLA paperwork he didn't want to do it had an attitude whole time I was there treated me like I was a bother to him like I did something wrong asking for help
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11/05/2015
By: Tom D.
Effingham Family Medicine
DO NOT GO HERE!!!!! Susan Harrison - nurse practitioner. Rudest place I have ever been too. Told me they "didn't have time for me". We not refer me anywhere else. Hung up on me and told me to go somewhere else.
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05/28/2015
By: Glen R.
Effingham Family Medicine
Rude front desk,Dr. Has balls to tell you off if you get upset,with holds RX and holds you at mercy with test results until they feel like telling you. Nurse sits in front desk texting and will not a knowledge. Bible in office is sacrilegious.
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02/24/2015
By: Allison P.
DR Lynn's Family Practice
Dr. Lynn is a great doctor and I love the nurses at his office. The tall red headed nurse is the BEST, I wish I knew her name. She is excellent at drawing blood and giving shots, and is also very personable and makes you feel comfortable if you're nervous around needles. However, the rudeness of the office staff is enough to make me not return. Woman is incredibly rude over the phone and talks over you. Even in the office she will act as if you have zero intellegence at all. She is snappy and unprofessional and I've heard many of Dr. Lynns patients say this as well.
11/18/2014
By: Just N.
DR Lynn's Family Practice
This facility has the worst front office staff! The Elvira looking lady at the front desk is rude. So is the smoker lady at check out! I love Dr. Lynn but his office staff is enough to not make me come back.
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