Welcome to Cruse Medical Care. We strive to provide immediate assistance for individuals and families in need. We have highly trained staff who are committed to our cause – changing the lives of children and their families.
Evaluations are conducted for both English and Spanish speaking clients. When the client is of a Hispanic origin, assessments are carefully selected to minimize bias and to insure that evaluations are accurate and culturally appropriate.
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Health conditions where a disturbance in a person's mood is the main underlying feature.
My family uses Dr. Shelly and it's been a very good experience with her. She's really good!
I have been bringing my daughter here for a few years now - the experience has been very good.
- Brian Thomas
My daughter went here for years. The Dr. is the best and I would recommend her highly.
- Donna Licata
They have a great Psychiatrist. After four years working with her, she is our first choice
- Mind Head Solutions
Over 20 Years of Industry Experience.
Based in Lawrenceville – Georgia, Cruse Medical Care boasts of certified and qualified psychiatrists who have over 20 years of experience. We have handled a plethora of conditions and are confident that new patients would receive a memorable experience.
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