Subutex Doctors That Take Insurance In Tn.

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kristen Says:
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Please help me find a subutex Dr. That accepts tenncare medicare for office payment.



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Britt Says:

im lookinmg for a subutex dr in nashville who doesnt have to have insurance

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Cyn37211 Says:
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In Nashville, look up Dr. Arnett. He has many Suboxone/subtex clinics in the area. Call one of the hospitals, like Vandy or St. Thomas; they can usually point you in the right direction. Also, there's a buprenorphine patch available. (Same drug that's in Subutex). If you had problems with Suboxone, it could be the narcan mixed in with it to keep it from being abused.

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Dot Says:

Dr. Cruz and Turning Point Recovery prescribes Subutex. My gf is on it. both places in Memphis and very close to Memphis.

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lil bit Says:
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I found out I'm pregnant recently and I now have insurance. I'm looking for a sub clinic that will accept my insurance and cover my visit charge. If anyone knows of any in east Tennessee please let me know. The Clinic I'm currently in is just a suboxone clinic but they prescribe me subutex since I'm pregnant so either one would work cause I'm sure they'll give me subutex regardless. Thanks!

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Hurtin Says:
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I need help finding a subutex doctor near Memphis, TN that takes bcbs! Or a pain clinic taking bcbs of mi.

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Wheezy Says:
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East Tennessee Recovery takes insurance; Amerigroup.

423-434-6677

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Latisha Says:
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Hey, I saw your post and I'm looking just like you. If I hear anything I'll let you know. I need a doctor who takes Tenn care patients to write my Klonopins, Suboxone or Subutex and Gabapentin in the state of Tennessee near bean Station or Morristown, TN.

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