• 1.Redi-Care Medical Ctr

    Medical

    Pittston,PA

    6.50 mi

  • 2.Redi Care Medical Center

    648 N Main Ave, Taylor PA, 18517

    Scranton,PA

    14.42 mi

  • 3.Redicare

    648 N Main St

    Taylor,PA

    14.24 mi

    (2)

    I had just called there 2 days ago about getting on there suboxon program and the the gentleman (Steven) was amazing! He listened to me, answered all the questions and concerns i had. Before i called

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01/10/2013
By: stephanie11689
Dr. Raymond Joseph MD
the staff was so nice and Dr Joe was comfortable to talk to. sometimes you get that vibe with Dr.'s that there more like an authority figure than a person trying to help.
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03/02/2016
By: Tracy M.
Inner Peace
Donna is an experiences and amazing speaker of alternative medicine. She was in a wheel chair for ten years and now walks. She is pleasant and helpful as are her staff.
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