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    Jennings, Dr. Alicia
    Dr. Jennings is fine.  Her bedside manner is not great, but she seems fully competent.  Her office had signs *all over the place* about how they wouldn't refill any pain medication.  I assume this is due to painkiller abuse, but it sets a tone of animosity toward patients and doesn't feel particularly welcoming. Getting an appointment is difficult, and then once you're there, plan to wait for at least an hour or so.
    - Elizabeth S.
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    The Bridge Learning Center
    My son attended The Bridge Learning Center in Carrollton, GA for exactly 1 year.  When I visited The Bridge prior to enrolling, they advertised "lower than state ratios"in their classrooms.  Shortly after I enrolled him at 3 months old, the 6 week to 6 month old infant room went from the advertised 5 infants, to 14.  The room did not have enough individual beds for all of the infants and did not have the appropriate square footage in the room to have 14 children.  After complaining for an extended amount of time, the room was finally split into multiple age groups. He moved up to the next room, the 6 month to 12 month room. In February of 2013 when he was 9 months old I visited him on my lunch break to discover he had a random object in his mouth that he could have choked on.  It was determined to be a piece of a mop.  After discussing with the assistant director, she said she believed it came from the bedding for the cribs because the mop heads were washed with the dirty laundry.  I took a photo of the object, filed a complaint with Bright From The Start, an investigation was conducted and the facility was cited for not meeting the supervision rule.
    On 6/20/13, my son was bitten at daycare for the first time.  I did not take a photo, or discuss with director/staff because it was the first time and I didn't feel like it was going to be an ongoing issue.  It happened again on 6/28, at which point I spoke to the Director and asked to see the surveillance video footage.  When watching, we determined the staff in his room were not supervising the children.  One was cleaning, and the other was arranging mats for nap time. She said she agreed they were not properly supervising and that she would add a 3rd staff member during transition times or times that the staff were busy taking on extra tasks which may distract them from properly supervising, such as diapering. She also said they may need to change their feeding schedule or buy more toys if toys were causing the argument. My son was bitten again on 7/26, the incident report said they were able to stop the other child from actually biting him and that there was not an indention in his skin. Later that day, he had visible teeth marks on his forearm, which I have photographs of.  He was bitten again, 7/29. I asked the director of the facility to show me the video of both the 7/26 incident and 7/29 incident.  For the 7/26 incident, one staff was talking to a parent and the other was not supervising children.  For the 7/29 incident, one staff was diapering a child and the other was picking up toys (not supervising the children that were playing). Neither video had a 3rd staff person in it like she previously mentioned.
    On 7/29, I had an extensive conversation with the director about why this happened 4 times in a month's time.  She agreed her staff were not properly supervising the children. She said she may need to change staff in the room or split the children up into 2 separate rooms. She mentioned again that they might need to buy more toys if the children were fighting over toys. She stated she was going to ask her "director of operations" as well as her state representative from Bright From The Start for feedback on biting and tips to improve the # of incidents.  I told her I already reached out to the state and there is no policy in place for "biting". I asked her to provide written documentation of her plan of improvement to me that day and she confirmed she would.  I also asked for the # of times a biting incident had occurred in that room since 6/20 and how many repeated offenses the biters involved in my son's incidents had. She confirmed via email she would provide this information when I picked my son up on 7/30. When I came to pick him up, I went into the office and she said they made the decision to dismiss my son from the daycare.  Her reasoning for the dismissal was because I had not given them time to improve the situation and because I posted photos of the bites on my personal Facebook page. This of course was after 5-10 employees who work there proactively found me online and added me as a friend on their own free will. 
    - Christa B.
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    Carrollton Orthopaedic
    I was originally assigned Dr. Charron as my orthopedist, however I never actually got to meet Dr. Charron. His PA Dr. Scruggs always was the doctor to see me for each appointment. After numerous tests to check to see if everything in my kndocee was still in place, I was told that I did have a femur fracture as well; however surgery would not be required. This was on a Tuesday after 5 weeks of being in a knee immobilizer and was told I would be walking within two weeks. That Friday, Dr. Charron's nurse called to and quot;schedule my surgery.and quot; I was shocked after being told just three days earlier that everything was going to be fine. Might I note, that Dr. Charron's nurse called to give me the news, not Dr. Charron. When I ask for the doctor to call me back, I was told that I was not allowed to talk to the doctor without paying my co-pay. I ended up seeking a second opinion in Chattanooga, TN where my parents live. I have now been in therapy for 3 weeks and am doing much better, although I feel I would be doing much better if I would have never visited Carrollton Ortho.
    - John M.
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    Tanner Health Systems
    My husband had surgery and after he come home from the hospital he had to have after care. They were very professional, compassionate, on time, and just great home care services. We loved them all and made friends with them very quickly.
    - Joyce S.
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    The Bridge Learning Center
    - Haven M.
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    - CHERYL M.
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