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Unbelievable

Chattanooga, TN

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Jul 22, 2011
 
How is it now possible to go into a pain clinic and come out with 280 oxys without testing or proof required. It's no wonder our economy and country is on a downward spiral. You can't tell me that for some reason so many people are suddenly in chronic "pain" such that they can't work or even exist without a "fix". It's just legalized drug dealing!
cry me a river

Elizabethtown, KY

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Aug 2, 2011
 
You bunch of cry babies , but you are right 280 oxys is alittle out of hand. Sounds like they dont have pain they have an addiction.Just my opinion
Syrinx

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Aug 4, 2011
 
and just where did this happen? Superior One has been shut down since early in July, the 5th, I think...

Is there another one in town?
Siren

Hollywood, FL

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#4
Sep 19, 2011
 
Still happening here in the Pill Mill state, too!
"Loyalty Medical Care" on Federal hwy in Pompano Beach, FL does the same. They sold 180 to my brother. They even welcome walk-ins! Instead of offering detox services or asking for MRI's, etc, they just had my brother fill out papers and he was in like Flynn! He is an addict and I am afraid he will overdose one day.=(

How can we report them?? Does anyone know how to report them to the authorities? It's not an emergency or non-emergency. Maybe the FDA? IDK! Frustrating!
Impacted

Chattanooga, TN

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Sep 19, 2011
 
Siren wrote:
Still happening here in the Pill Mill state, too!
"Loyalty Medical Care" on Federal hwy in Pompano Beach, FL does the same. They sold 180 to my brother. They even welcome walk-ins! Instead of offering detox services or asking for MRI's, etc, they just had my brother fill out papers and he was in like Flynn! He is an addict and I am afraid he will overdose one day.=(
How can we report them?? Does anyone know how to report them to the authorities? It's not an emergency or non-emergency. Maybe the FDA? IDK! Frustrating!
Yes go here:

http://doh.state.fl.us/mqa/enforcement/enforc...

We had a doctor kill 13 patients in Middle Tennessee, its out of control, like so many other areas of medicine.
Impacted

Chattanooga, TN

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Sep 19, 2011
 
Siren wrote:
Still happening here in the Pill Mill state, too!
"Loyalty Medical Care" on Federal hwy in Pompano Beach, FL does the same. They sold 180 to my brother. They even welcome walk-ins! Instead of offering detox services or asking for MRI's, etc, they just had my brother fill out papers and he was in like Flynn! He is an addict and I am afraid he will overdose one day.=(
How can we report them?? Does anyone know how to report them to the authorities? It's not an emergency or non-emergency. Maybe the FDA? IDK! Frustrating!
Try this too:

http://sheriff.org/about_bso/dle/units/mbdtf....
hillbilly

Pikeville, TN

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Sep 19, 2011
 
Unbelievable wrote:
How is it now possible to go into a pain clinic and come out with 280 oxys without testing or proof required. It's no wonder our economy and country is on a downward spiral. You can't tell me that for some reason so many people are suddenly in chronic "pain" such that they can't work or even exist without a "fix". It's just legalized drug dealing!
280 oxys sounds like a big deal,,but really thats just a small order..how about adding about 600 hydros to the order..yes its legalized drug dealing..where the hell you think the school kids pills come from..at 7 dollars a piece,,how many teachers you think are bringing in some real money..hell just them 280 oxys,will bring 1,960 dollars..
Siren

Hollywood, FL

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Sep 19, 2011
 
Impacted wrote:
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Yes go here:
http://doh.state.fl.us/mqa/enforcement/enforc...
We had a doctor kill 13 patients in Middle Tennessee, its out of control, like so many other areas of medicine.
THANK YOU!!!!!=)
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Chattanooga, TN

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Sep 19, 2011
 
Unbelievable wrote:
How is it now possible to go into a pain clinic and come out with 280 oxys without testing or proof required. It's no wonder our economy and country is on a downward spiral. You can't tell me that for some reason so many people are suddenly in chronic "pain" such that they can't work or even exist without a "fix". It's just legalized drug dealing!
Which pain clinic is this?
Medical Fraud

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#10
Sep 19, 2011
 
Impacted.....I think this should be your new mission....Exposing pain clinic fraud and abuse and just how this has happened. What I see is that you simply open an office with the backing of any MD or DO and the money starts rollin in. And no, I do not feel that there are many folks going into those clinics for real pain! We've all got pain......deal with it!
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#11
Apr 23, 2012
 
I don't think it's anybodies business what people do as long as they are not bothering or hurting anybody but themselves. there's not nearly as much complaining about stopping at the liquor store and drinking yourself to death and possibly wrecking into a school bus hungover. junk like this just makes it harder on people like me that have broken our backs and actually have real backpain! I have to get up every morning and work to take care of my family unlike some!

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#12
Apr 25, 2012
 
Whats the name and location/phone number. Maybe if they get several reports they will actually drop the donut and go check it out. Don't get me wrong, I totally know that some people need pain medications to live a semi-normal life, but 280 per month?? And the people that go there looking for a fix are easily recognizable. Just get some regulations in place for testing and pill counts would help a lot. Or only give them a few days worth at a time, they wouldnt drive out of state every few days.
i know

Dandridge, TN

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#13
Jun 1, 2012
 
you know the pharmacy companies can manipulate drugs how ever they want to . why can't they take away the addictive atoms out ? because they and the government want the people to be addicts . it is easier to control the people when they are addicts . and they make even more money of the illegal activities .
Impacted

Chattanooga, TN

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Jun 5, 2012
 
Take a look at this unbelieveable!

http://www.topix.com/forum/drug
chattgal

Maryville, TN

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Aug 27, 2012
 
Unbelievable wrote:
How is it now possible to go into a pain clinic and come out with 280 oxys without testing or proof required. It's no wonder our economy and country is on a downward spiral. You can't tell me that for some reason so many people are suddenly in chronic "pain" such that they can't work or even exist without a "fix". It's just legalized drug dealing!
I just read this post. Its a year old but doesn't matter I think whoever wrote this needs to be set out by someone that actually knows something about the department of health rules and policies in the state of Tennessee the maximum amount of a immediate release narcotic, such as Oxycodone, is 180 tablets or caps, a month. Thats it. The number is even less on extended release schedule 2's such as opana. At no time has Tennessee ever allowed 280 or 240 schedule 2 narcotics. In the state of Florida you can be dispensed 240 or 280, but with all the bad pub. you won't find a physican to give that many. You won't find a doctor in Tennessee that will dispense 180 oxycodone, that is serious about practicing medicine, because the state and feds will be on that doc like white on rice.
Priscilla

Cleveland, TN

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#16
Sep 11, 2012
 
Siren wrote:
Still happening here in the Pill Mill state, too!
"Loyalty Medical Care" on Federal hwy in Pompano Beach, FL does the same. They sold 180 to my brother. They even welcome walk-ins! Instead of offering detox services or asking for MRI's, etc, they just had my brother fill out papers and he was in like Flynn! He is an addict and I am afraid he will overdose one day.=(
How can we report them?? Does anyone know how to report them to the authorities? It's not an emergency or non-emergency. Maybe the FDA? IDK! Frustrating!
I know this is a year old post but you can call your local DEA office. They have agents specifically assigned to investigate alleged pill mills

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