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Sheridan Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Sheridan, Arkansas. Please select a doctor in Sheridan to view the details.
Bice, Matthew M
#21 Opportunity Dr
Sheridan, AR 72150-0000
Carter, Faber H
101 Rose St
Sheridan, AR 72150-0000
Gordon, Gayle
#21 Opportunity Dr
Sheridan, AR 72150-9185
Highsmith, William A
#21 Opportunity Dr
Sheridan, AR 72150-0000
Highsmith, William A
#21 Opportunity Dr
Sheridan, AR 72150-9185
Irvin, Jack M
205 West High
Sheridan, AR 72150-0000
Johnson, William S
Hwy 167 North
Sheridan, AR 72150-0000
Nelson, Joseph P
506 Little Creek Road
Sheridan, AR 72150-0100
Nelson, Joseph P
Hwy 167 North
Sheridan, AR 72150-0100
Paulk, Clyde D
1110 W Vine
Sheridan, AR 72150-7702
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Underuse of care is sometimes a greater problem than overuse. Patients do not receive recommended care (as prescribed in national medical specialty guidelines) about 46 percent of the time. Another 11 percent of patients receive care that is not recommended and potentially harmful, according to practice guidelines .
 
 
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