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By: Melissa G.
Michael S Jackson MD PC
Got kicked out of his office. And left me with 2 weeks worth of my meds. I was on pain meds. And he's left me with no Dr. I have no more meds. He was rude and left me a message and left after Friday. Won't open again been out a week. So I can't get ahold of them. He's screwed me bad. I wouldn't go to him for nothing. Please don't trust him with all your ailments. I'm left without my pain meds I been on over 20 yrs. So now I'm having to find a new Dr. Thanks for nothing.
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By: Stephanie R.
Louis Spencer MD
There isn't a doctor around that can beat the outstanding medical care that Dr.Spencer and his people working for him at Spencer Medical Care in Cartersville, GA deliver and there hasn't been one time that I have been there when I wasn't treated with the upmost respect and in a friendly manner and he always has a smiling face too. I have been his patient ft or over 3 years now and followed him to Cartersville along with several friends of mine to his new practice in Cartersville from Rome, GA. THANKS!!!
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By: Melinda H.
Dr. Michael Edward Gonsalves, MD
Arrogant, judgmental, uncaring. And those are his good traits! 1st and only visit....never again. Doesn't care about your health....never questioned how I was feeling. Don't think he even called me by my name. Very hostile because I have been prescribed "narcos" for pain and anxiety. Refused to treat me if I still wanted or needed these medications. Suggest I see a pain relief specialist for one drug and a psychiatrist for another. Seemed full of rage and pre-conceived notions as to the type person I am. That may be fine for some people, but he doesn't treat patients with ANY respect.
By: frustratedx10
Rome General Practice PC
After my initial visit I paid quite a bit of money to loose weight for a course. I was very happy and pleased. I lost the lbs as I was told that I would but then the Dr. passed away. I am upset by this as well as the staff. But after numerous phone calls I am not getting any answers. I cant get any prescriptions, and I cant get any medications. The initial visit when I paid was suppose to be for the duration but it has not been completed because there is no Dr. to see me. I just want someone to tell me if they intend on getting a new Dr. in the practice or if I can get a partial refund of my money.
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