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  • 1.Primecare Medical Clinic

    400 S Main St

    Searcy,AR

    8.06 miServices

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    0 stars if it would let me. Since this is my son's doctor's office, I called them 1st and told them my son may have broken his hand. Should I bring him to children's hospital? They said bring him here

  • 2.Prime Care Medical Clinic

    205 E Race Ave

    Searcy,AR

    0.08 miServices

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09/16/2017
By: Wendy S.
Primecare Medical Clinic
0 stars if it would let me. Since this is my son's doctor's office, I called them 1st and told them my son may have broken his hand. Should I bring him to children's hospital? They said bring him here, we can take care if it. We get here, the receptionist said, he has to wait in line until it's his turn if he's not bleeding. We arrived at 2:09pm waited in line for 5 minutes. Finally got called to a room at 2:45pm. It is 3:35pm, we are still waiting to see a doctor so my son can get an xray. He is in pain and this is ridiculous.
06/15/2017
By: Genger H.
Curtis Family Clinic
Always helping to move you into better health. Make sure they cover everything you are needing. Nice friendly atmosphere.
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09/23/2016
By: Chester R.
VA Searcy Clinic
When a clinic is opened you hope you will be able to see a doctor when needed ! Not so with the Searcy va clinic I had an infected finger doctor gave me antibiotics for 10 days but it did not cure my finger still had infection! So i called the Searcy VA and they called me back and told me my doctor was not in and the other doctor was over booked ! Said i would have to go to little rock emergency room which from my house is 70 miles away ! So i ask what good is a clinic if you cant see a doctor to get any medicine !!!! So i have a finger that will be infected worse than the first time i went to the VA because they dont care ! I just hope i dont get it infected so bad they have to remove my finger ! THEY SUCK AS A CLINIC !
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04/10/2016
By: Gustavo S.
Searcy Dermatology PA
It was the worst experience with a doctor I ever had. I went to get rid of some warts I had on my hands.This guy enjoys hurting you. Right away he started tooting his own horn, telling me how good he was and how bad other doctors were.He used the most hurtful procedure I ever went through. He burned the warts with some kind of acid. The visit lasted half hour. Then he sent me to get a special medication that was outrageously expensive that was supposed to heal and numb the pain. Well after about three hours the pain aliviaded a little, the prescription was messy and had to be applied trice a day for about a week.Unless you enjoy pain, unprofessionalism and a guy with the personality of parsley, go see him, you won't be disappointed!!!
03/28/2016
By: Lashae H.
Primecare Medical Clinic
Please try your best to find another Medical Provider, this is the worst clinic I ever been. Their mangers are rude, their Doctors Discriminate. If you love your children never bring them to this clinic.
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10/08/2015
By: Ms. L.
Searcy Dermatology PA
The worst experience at a doctor's office I have ever experienced! If it was possible to give 0 stars I would. The receptionist was awesome; however, the doctor seemed to be far from compassionate. I was been seeing seen for palmar hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating of the palms of your hands. He came in and didn't even look at my hands. He didn't ask any questions about my condition. He basically said that there was nothing he could do; the only option would be surgical repair and that would be expensive. In my opinion, he based his treatment off of my insurance carrier. In the end, he prescribed a topical medication to try out which I never had filled. Why use a medication when the doctor didn't do a full examination?! Now I am stuck with a bill of over $100 for this terrible experience. Run don't walk away from this clinic!!!
05/02/2014
By: mrsabe
Dr. Timothy Mcneil Killough, MD
I went for years without insurance or a PCP. Was so nervous about going to another office to meet another doctor, after two of my doctors in the past year had left their facility without any notice to their patients. As soon as I met DR Killough, he acted like he had known me my whole life. He made me feel completely welcome and understood. All the nerves I had built up about meeting someone new were gone within the first 60 seconds of talking with DR Killough. He treated me like a person instead of a job. Awesome Doctor, Amazing Person.
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