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Mar 27th, 2016

Worst Doctor I have ever been too. She constantly yells at her staff while patients are in the waiting room. You can hear her yelling down the hall. She never has medical records done, so if you need them urgently forget it. It takes her a year to chart your record. She also takes a year to get a bill out to you. You have then forgotten that you even owe any money. Not sure how this woman became a doctor because I have been miss diagnosed by her so many times that my new doctor wanted to call her up and chew her out. I think she is just in it for the money and not for your care.

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Excellent Dr. show details Excellent Dr.
by Dave B on Apr 16th, 2013

Dr. Joyner saw my son towards the end of the day. There was no rush as she took plenty of time to look at my sons wound and examine him. She was very friendly and thorough. I definitely would recommend her and appreciate the Milwaukie Urgent Care's wonderful services.

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Oct 31st, 2011

Dr. Joyner, takes the time required to get the answers. She is very professional, concentious and cares about your well being. She does not hesitate to have tests done. Was able to identify issues where all others have failed and prescribed a routine to address them. Anyone would be very fortunate to have her as their physician.

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Unprofessional, Poor Doctor show details Unprofessional, Poor Doctor
Sep 3rd, 2009

Regretfully, Kaiser could do without Drs. Such as this one. Patients should be treated, not brushed off with medications and have anything but a professional approach to their patients care and wellbeing.

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