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By: seanfrancisco
Robert S Supinski MD
My name is Hubert Sean Francisco and I arrived at the Emergency Room of Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital the morning of Feb 19, 2014 with a broken arm as a result of a nail gun accident. Once the ER Staff quickly determined my arm was indeed broken and pierced by a 3 1/4 inch nail, Dr. Supinski was assigned as my specialist. From the instant Dr. Supinski took my case, I received the very best medical care anyone could possibly receive. He kept me as comfortable as possible under the circumstances and he even stayed past his shift to perform the surgery on me to remove the nail lodged in my arm. After the surgery, Dr. Supinski personally ensured that his staff understood my medical needs and checked in with me every morning to evaluate my progress. I was released from the hospital the morning of Feb 22, 2014 after Dr. Supinski provided me with both verbal and written detailed instructions on making follow up visits to ensure my complete recovery. Sincerely, Hubert Sean Francisco
By: dan.sanger.3
Oakes Rodney J MD
Dr. Barry White and his staff are very friendly and helpful. I like attitude and concern they have in my well being. If needed you can get in on the same day you call.
By: Adam F.
Robert G Drake MD
Dr. Drake is a Great doctor. He helps his patients and cares. If he can't do it which is rare he refers to the best.
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