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Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE IS A liar and a fraud. There has never been a National Library of Addictions or a Amerixcan College of Addiction Medicine in Massachusetts or anywhere in the United States, except on paper. The mysterious National Library of Addictions Of all the libraries in all the world, which is the most addictive and the most mysterious? Perhaps its The National Library of Addictions. This addictive entity is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. Founded by Punyamurtula S. Kishore, M.D., M.P.H., it is said to be an intellectual gathering place for health care professionals and community members. The institution is little known to the library-loving public, and information about it is scarce. Many questions present themselves. What addictions are kept in the librarys collection, and which of them are available for use by the public? Which of these addictions can be taken out on loan? Is there a children s room, or is the library open only to adults? Bibliophiles note with pleasure that the library appears to own at least one book. Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD DOG Millionaire, How did MAD DOG Millionaire become a Millionaire? CORRUPTION , LYING , CHEATING , and STEALING from Mass Health , Medicare , Medicaid and private insurance companies . Exploiting his emoloyees and patients. Billing insurance companies without examining or seeing the patients.
30 years of CORRUPTION , LIES, CHEATING AND STEALING is Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka Mad Dog Millionaires trademark . He was involved in Corruption when he was the Medical Director at the Massachusetts Dept. of Correction , Martha Eliot Health Ctr , Roxbury Comprehensive Health Ctr. and his own Medical Practice , Preventive Medicine Associates.formerly Addiction Medicine Associates. He used two entities he created on paper that never existed called the National library of Addictions and the American College of Addiction to advocate his emergence in the field of addiction medicine. This unscrupulous MD used and exploited his patients and employees for financial wealth. The only thing that MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka Punyamurtula Kishore cared about was making money at the expense of HUMAN MISERY.

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Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE IS A liar and a fraud. There has never been a National Library of Addictions or a Amerixcan College of Addiction Medicine in Massachusetts or anywhere in the United States, except on paper. The mysterious National Library of Addictions Of all the libraries in all the world, which is the most addictive and the most mysterious? Perhaps its The National Library of Addictions. This addictive entity is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. Founded by Punyamurtula S. Kishore, M.D., M.P.H., it is said to be an intellectual gathering place for health care professionals and community members. The institution is little known to the library-loving public, and information about it is scarce. Many questions present themselves. What addictions are kept in the librarys collection, and which of them are available for use by the public? Which of these addictions can be taken out on loan? Is there a children s room, or is the library open only to adults? Bibliophiles note with pleasure that the library appears to own at least one book. Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD DOG Millionaire, How did MAD DOG Millionaire become a Millionaire? CORRUPTION , LYING , CHEATING , and STEALING from Mass Health , Medicare , Medicaid and private insurance companies . Exploiting his emoloyees and patients. Billing insurance companies without examining or seeing the patients.
30 years of CORRUPTION , LIES, CHEATING AND STEALING is Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka Mad Dog Millionaires trademark . He was involved in Corruption when he was the Medical Director at the Massachusetts Dept. of Correction , Martha Eliot Health Ctr , Roxbury Comprehensive Health Ctr. and his own Medical Practice , Preventive Medicine Associates.formerly Addiction Medicine Associates. He used two entities he created on paper that never existed called the National library of Addictions and the American College of Addiction to advocate his emergence in the field of addiction medicine. This unscrupulous MD used and exploited his patients and employees for financial wealth. The only thing that MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka Punyamurtula Kishore cared about was making money at the expense of HUMAN MISERY.

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Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years. He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement. Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his sobriety maintenance method. This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

Kishore also administers de-addiction treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction. Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts. To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a Heroes Among Us award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others. Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University. He holds his Masters Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology.

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Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years. He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement. Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his sobriety maintenance method. This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

Kishore also administers de-addiction treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction. Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts. To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a Heroes Among Us award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others. Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University. He holds his Masters Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology.

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Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years. He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement. Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his ??sobriety maintenance?? method. This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

Kishore also administers ??de-addiction? treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction. Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts. To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a ??Heroes Among Us? award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others. Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University. He holds his Master??s Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State College

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Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years. He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement. Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his ??sobriety maintenance?? method. This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

Kishore also administers ??de-addiction? treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction. Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts. To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a ??Heroes Among Us? award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others. Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University. He holds his Master??s Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State College

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These 3 'reviews' are phony. They clearly were written and planted by a marketing firm. This newly-opened nursing service office may or may not provide good service, but that doesn't justify putting fake reviews on-line.

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These 3 'reviews' are phony. They clearly were written and planted by a marketing firm. This newly-opened nursing service office may or may not provide good service, but that doesn't justify putting fake reviews on-line.

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I learned about Whiteglove on Facebook. I'm a busy mom and can't seem to find time for myself. I was sick and really didn't feel like going anywhere so I decided to give Whiteglove a try. I was really skeptical as it sounded too good to be true but I really liked the idea of somone coming to me so I joined.

Within a couple hours of calling there was a Nurse Practitioner at my door, it usually takes me a couple of weeks to get a doctor's appointment so you could imagine my surprise. The nurse was professional and caring and gave me exactly what I needed.

While it was truly unbelievable I kept waiting for a surprise bill or some kind of hidden charges. I never got any of that, they are everything they say they are - absolutely wonderful. I'll never put up with the trouble of trying to get medical care the old way ever again.

Highly recommend and I've been telling everyone that I know - give Whiteglove a try, you won't be sorry.

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I learned about Whiteglove on Facebook. I'm a busy mom and can't seem to find time for myself. I was sick and really didn't feel like going anywhere so I decided to give Whiteglove a try. I was really skeptical as it sounded too good to be true but I really liked the idea of somone coming to me so I joined.

Within a couple hours of calling there was a Nurse Practitioner at my door, it usually takes me a couple of weeks to get a doctor's appointment so you could imagine my surprise. The nurse was professional and caring and gave me exactly what I needed.

While it was truly unbelievable I kept waiting for a surprise bill or some kind of hidden charges. I never got any of that, they are everything they say they are - absolutely wonderful. I'll never put up with the trouble of trying to get medical care the old way ever again.

Highly recommend and I've been telling everyone that I know - give Whiteglove a try, you won't be sorry.

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When you have kids in daycare, Conjunctivitis is as regular as it is disruptive. The biggest problem is getting to the doctor soon enough to avoid spreading it to the rest of your family. Let alone it's not the coolest thing to have at work.

I had no idea how to handle this in the middle of a week full of late meetings, and taking care of the kids solo (spouse travelling). Before WhiteGlove, it would have been days before I'd be able to clear up the problem. Thankfully I remembered the service.

It was perfect in so many ways:
Scheduling an appointment took a couple of minutes.
The price is right.
The NP that saw me wasn't just top-notch and professional, she was patient, nice, and answered all of my questions. All very efficient - I got diagnosed, got medicine, AND, unbelivably, got the kids to bed on time. All. By. Myself.

Thank you WhiteGlove! I don't want to get sick, but if I do, I can't wait to use you again.

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When you have kids in daycare, Conjunctivitis is as regular as it is disruptive. The biggest problem is getting to the doctor soon enough to avoid spreading it to the rest of your family. Let alone it's not the coolest thing to have at work.

I had no idea how to handle this in the middle of a week full of late meetings, and taking care of the kids solo (spouse travelling). Before WhiteGlove, it would have been days before I'd be able to clear up the problem. Thankfully I remembered the service.

It was perfect in so many ways:
Scheduling an appointment took a couple of minutes.
The price is right.
The NP that saw me wasn't just top-notch and professional, she was patient, nice, and answered all of my questions. All very efficient - I got diagnosed, got medicine, AND, unbelivably, got the kids to bed on time. All. By. Myself.

Thank you WhiteGlove! I don't want to get sick, but if I do, I can't wait to use you again.

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My company recently signed up for the WhiteGlove service. When they told us about it we were pretty skeptical, it just all sounds too good to be true.

Who would believe that medical care could come to you 365 days a year between 8am and 8pm AND include generic Rx medications AND include a get well kit with chicken soup, crackers, Gatorade, ginger ale, Tylenol, and a bunch of other stuff - AND, here's the best part - ALL of this only cost me $35!

Well...I was sick and decided to give them a try, I just couldn't see trying to run over to the retail clinic feeling as bad as I did. I thought I was dreaming, maybe because I was sick :) but I called and two hours later a Nurse Practitioner was at my door. It was EVERYTHING promised and more! I haven't stopped raving about it to everyone I talk to, they thnk I'm nuts! If you have the opportunity to use WhiteGlove you won't be disappointed. A+ in my book.

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My company recently signed up for the WhiteGlove service. When they told us about it we were pretty skeptical, it just all sounds too good to be true.

Who would believe that medical care could come to you 365 days a year between 8am and 8pm AND include generic Rx medications AND include a get well kit with chicken soup, crackers, Gatorade, ginger ale, Tylenol, and a bunch of other stuff - AND, here's the best part - ALL of this only cost me $35!

Well...I was sick and decided to give them a try, I just couldn't see trying to run over to the retail clinic feeling as bad as I did. I thought I was dreaming, maybe because I was sick :) but I called and two hours later a Nurse Practitioner was at my door. It was EVERYTHING promised and more! I haven't stopped raving about it to everyone I talk to, they thnk I'm nuts! If you have the opportunity to use WhiteGlove you won't be disappointed. A+ in my book.

 

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