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McLeroy Gibbs & Klein Medical Clinic

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(3 Reviews)

1625 N Grand Ave, Gainesville, TX 76240

(940) 665-9863

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Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
40
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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For experienced family medical care, call Mcleroy Gibbs & Klein Medical Clinic of Gainesville, TX. Our board-certified practitioners provide your family with expert care. Whether you need a physical for school or are looking for high blood pressure treatment, our doctors are here to help.

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Location & Hours

Main Location

1625 N Grand Ave

Gainesville, TX 76240

Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

Payment

Payment Method
visa, check, discover, debit, insurance, mastercard

Other Information

Other Link

http://www.mcleroygibbsklein.com

Categories
Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Physicians & Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General, Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment

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Kay P.

03/21/2018

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My family has been going to this clinic for about 15 years, specifically Dr. Klein and Michelle Hacker. I have always been pleased with their services...professional and knowledgeable

Shawn W.

09/01/2017

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Regretably i cant say which doctor i spoke to, if he did in fact introduce himself. And the rest of the staff seemed nice enough. But i do recall wondering during my meeting with this guy if the other two doctors in the office would share his same point of view. I was prescribed adderall 20mg twice daily for going on three years by two different previous doctors. I explained to him that it was a quality of life issue for me and that i do better with it than without it. He tells me ive been doing something i shouldnt have and that my doctor was doing something he shouldnt have and that thats why Jones lost his liscense (though i hadnt even mentioned his name). Dont doctors prescribe Ritalin and Adderall to millions (tens of millions?) of children each year? I am a grown 42 year old man and am capable of judging my own subjective state using my lil degree in psychology and whatever other tools i have picked up along the way ... better than someone can that has just met me. He tells me that i am already on a D.E.A. watchlist and they are waiting for me to go doctor or pharmacy hopping and that he isnt going to risk his liscence for me. So were the pharmaceutical companies also doing something they shouldnt have? Was the Walmart Pharmacy, C.V.S. and various other parmacies all doing something that they shouldnt have been doing for the last 3 years? Cuz i been keeping it real.

Kristi B.

02/18/2015

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This Doctors' office has the rudest front office staff that I have ever come across! I went in today on my lunch break to pick up paperwork that was supposed to be ready from yesterday. When I walked up to the front desk, the lady with the long dirty blond hair with dark highlights that sits to the left got up and walked away! No "Hello" or "Be with you in a minute". I let it go thinking she will be right back because she sees me here and she did not leave the area. Nope!!! Instead of coming back she stopped to listen to a personal story that one of the other ladies was telling. There I was standing at the front desk waiting politely while the front desk office was packed with 5-6 staff members listening to a restaurant experience that one of the ladies had. I started counting because that is what I do to keep me from being the aggressive party. I usually count to 10 and then take action. This time I counted all the way to 25 before I said "Excuse me". Well, that got the attention of the lady with the long dirty blond hair. I told her what I was there for and she asked my name. It was then that one of the other ladies standing in the back remembered me from yesterday and told me that the paperwork wasn't ready. I do not think that they realize that patients like me PAY THEIR BILLS. I stopped going to this office before because of the unprofessional front office staff. Maybe I'll stop going again and find another family doctor.