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1.Lifeworks Health Center
5000 6th Ave
I found Michaels place of business on here and decided to go to him for my back pains now i'm a heavy guy so i had some obvious reservations about going through something like this in fear that i woul
2.J Grant Hormell MD
2612 Pleasant Valley Blvd
If you want to go to a great doctor who listens to your symptoms, cares about your well-being, and doesn't look at you as just a paycheck...then do not go to grant hormell. He has previously misdiagnoMore Nearby Locations »
3.Medcare Express Urgent Care
215 Union Ave
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Medcare Express Urgent Care offers high quality service. It has the best nurses on staff who will treat each patient with the respect they deserve. You do not need to have an appointment, you just hav
4.Pediatric Healthcare Associates
615 N 6th Ave
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For 30 years, Pediatric Healthcare Associates has been dedicated to provide high quality health care for infants, children and adolescents and their families. Pediatric Healthcare Associates were foun
5.MedExpress Urgent Care
300 E Plank Rd
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As a neighborhood medical center, MedExpress offers a broad scope of urgent care, employer health and basic wellness and prevention services and coordinates care with other area health care providers.
801 Howard Ave
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620 Howard Ave
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