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2 May 2012 at 7:21 a.m.
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2 May 2012 at 12:17 p.m.
Dr. Miller is an intelligent man who truly cares about his patients. He has taken great care of me and my family over the last couple years. His staff is always friendly and caring, they respond to phone calls quickly and they seem to enjoy their jobs. There is a big difference between the environment at High Country Medical and the TMH clinic. Patients are people to Dr Miller, not just $$$.
Thanks for all that you do, Dr. Miller & High Country Medical girls :)
2 May 2012 at 2:12 p.m.
Please keep up the good work Dr Miller. You mean alot to our family and me. Please remember that you have alot of people who care about you, so don't let afew cyber bullies impact your life. You are the best. You take the time to listen to us, even when I”m venting about bad things at work or bad things in lfe. This shows us how much you care about the people you see. Not only are you my physical doctor, you are also my mental and emotional therapist. You have become are friend but you have never let that stop you from being the doctor even when it meant that you had to put us in our place and call our Bulls#* for what is was. Because you knew our health was more important. Thank you. Our life would be alot harder if you were not in it. Again, thank you Dr Miller for being there and for being our friend
2 May 2012 at 3:23 p.m.
2 May 2012 at 10:04 p.m.
I don't know Dr Miller. I have nothing against the Doctor. In fact I agree it is not the doctors over taking the drug that is killing more Americans then cocaine, and heroin combined.It is the people fault. Now many Doctors won't prescribe the drugs because doctors are coming under the gun over these deaths.When people in pain learn of a doctor willing to help them with their pain it make it appear that these Doctors are over prescribing these drugs.
Something needs to be done as illegal use of prescription drugs is an epidemic according to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The National Institute of Drug Abuse, or NIDA, estimates that 7 million Americans, mostly young adults, regularly abuse prescription drugs. According to the DEA, more Americans illegally take prescription drugs than those using cocaine, hallucinogens, and heroin combined. That has got to be cutting in to the profits of the candyman down at the city park pool.
3 May 2012 at 7:16 a.m.
I am sure he is a wonderful person, which is why he is currently under federal investigation. The Feds always investigate the most upstanding of citizens.
3 May 2012 at 9:47 a.m.
what it comes down to is a few people who chose to be perscription drug addicts and now they need a fall guy and all their families are in denial and enabling them to these drugs. Also they dont want to admit any wrong doing because their addicts who have enablers helping them in their addiction. Wake america it is a vicious cycle I know because ive been recovered for 20yrs and ive had to watch 2 of my kids struggle with addiction as well and swear they didnt have a problem. And I got sucked into the enabling side of it after being a alcoholic\addict myself I tried to sue jack daniels for my alcoholism but was unsucceful. And as for the candyman down at the citypool we all know there there but ACET doesnt please !!! quit busting these little teens and go for the real dealers ACET is a complete waste of taxpayers money!!!!!!!
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