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03/28/2013
By: amberabon
West Main Medical Clinic
Dr. White is amazing, he listens to you, if there is any problem you have he will listen take his time and give you advise. He really wants to make sure his patients are well taken care of, a very caring Doctor. He is by far the best in the business. I had been to lots of diff. doctors trying to find one that would just listen to my concerns, was always push to the side and looked over, I found out about doctor white threw a customer and I am so very glad I did!!! I am a proud patient going on 2 years. His nurse is kind and gentle, she is very patient with you and listens to your concerns as well. The clinic overall feels like family! ~Amber~
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03/19/2016
By: Susie Y.
West Main Medical Clinic
I have been a patient of Paul White MD since 2011. He calls me by my first name when he sees me. He has been an excellent doctor to my whole family. He charges $45.00 for a office visit and accepts walk in patients without appointments. I recommend West Main Clinic Dr. Paul White with 5 stars. Thanks Dr. White for your dedication and big heart!!!
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03/28/2016
By: Jerry C.
West Main Medical Clinic
Dr. White has been a great doc. He even gave my 60 year old girlfriend his phone number because she was in bad shape with 6 blockages that can't be bypassed. No, there is almost no wait time, and no one can argue with his prices. Friendly staff also. As far as I'm concerned, he is the best.
08/05/2013
By: nursjan
West Main Medical Clinic
Dr Paul White is the kindest doctor and very knowledgable. My grandson was here visiting and started running fever. Dr. White diagnosed his ear and throat infection quickly and he was better in a day or two! I would recommend Dr. White to anyone and everyone that asks!
05/12/2014
By: Deborah M.
North East Orthopaedics P.A. & Sports Medicine
DOCTORS HAVE ALWAYS TAKEN THE TIME TO GO OVER MEDICAL ISSUE, EXAM, X RAYS, TO TREAT ME. NEVER RUSHED THROUGH VISIT, TOOK TIME TO EXPLAIN TREATMENT.
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