Doctors Who Prescribe Oxycodone In Huntsville Al

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Need Medicade provider who pet scribes roxycodone in Huntsville Al



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Suffering Daily from Pain Says:

I'm not sure if you are being serious or sarcastic with your question. As far as pet scribing anything, veterinarians do not accept Medicaid, if you are trying to get Roxycodone in your pet's name for you or for your pet and I don't know of any vet that would prescribe that anyway for a pet. If you need a Pain Management Doctor that accepts Medicaid and prescribes Roxycodone or Oxycodone you can try Alabama Pain Center but you have to go through a lot to get in there and through their classes and such and you won't get them right off. They will give you something else first. Good Luck.

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Renea Says:

Good Luck!!! I have been searching for any pain management doctor who will even accept medicaid in the whole State of Alabama and they don't exist!!! It's even hard to find a primary doctor to accept adult medicaid.. Medicaid mailed me a list of primary doctors who accept medicaid but after I called everyone on the list they all told me they aren't taking medicaid or they have reached the amount of patients allowed!!!! Medicaid has this new protocol that adults can only be allowed 1 emergency room visit per year. So see adult medicaid is no good any longer and it's hard to find anyone to take a adult on medicaid.. It's totally different for children on medicaid, I was told by my sons pediatrician that medicaid was the best insurance for kids because it's accepted every where..

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