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Dr. Gary Carr, MD

Addiction Psychiatry ·  Male · Age 65

Dr. Carr
2009 Lamar Ave Memphis, TN 38114

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(901) 726-6053


Dr. Gary Carr, MD is an addiction psychiatry specialist in Memphis, TN and has been practicing for 39 years. He graduated from University Of Mississippi in 1980 and specializes in addiction psychiatry and addiction medicine.


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Dr. Carr's conditions and procedures:

  • Outpatient Opioid Detoxification

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THIS POST CONTAINS MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE ONLY -- TB The week before my final appt., I spoke with the Doctor to check his progress on the prescriptions I had been unable to get filled. I was told to attend my next appointment, after which, he began ranting, swearing at me and Hung-Up on me. When I arrived at my appointment he immediately began yelling, cussing at me, and threw me out. The abrupt loss of pain and detox care, along with the Doctors’ refusal to treat, caused me elevated chronic pain and extended suffering. I found inaccuracies in my medical records concerning my objectives, goals, and treatment. I later discovered that the Doctor took me off the medication too quickly. I have since successfully, gradually gotten off the meds on-my-own. The Doctors’ actions towards me were repeatedly unprofessional. He swore at me and used vulgar language. I later learned that the Doctor’s primary market is an AA counselor, mostly dealing with 'mandatory' and court ordered clients
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About Me

Care Philosophy

We want to assist the patient in determining the best care for them

Specialties

  • Addiction Psychiatry
  • Addiction Medicine

Education

Northeast Al Reg Med Center
Residency Hospital
1987
Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center
Residency Hospital
1984
University Of Mississippi
Undergraduate School
1980
University Of Mississippi
Medical School
1987
1984
1980