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By: L. P.
Med Now
Was misdiagnosed and still charged and had to pay for a misdiagnosis. I saw a Nurse Practitioner. I am in very good physical condition and an adult athlete. I told the Nurse what I believed I had done to my body and she ignored me over and over again. Misdiagnosed as a sprain. I explained to her that it wasn't a sprain and she dismissed me. I had to immediately go to another Urgent Care to receive immediate and necessary medical care.I was immediately diagnosed at a different clinic with the issue that I believed I had. A simple X-Ray was taken and the diagnosis made. The same diagnosis could have been made from MedNow Urgent Care if the Nurse had simply listened to me and taken an X-Ray.I elevated my complaints and the doctors in charge were also dismissive of my complaint.It is my belief that a diagnosis of "sprain" may be given to many patients and used as a blanket diagnosis to keep patients in and out quickly while maintaining a high profit margin. A sprain diagnosis is easy to defend even if the patient has something more than a sprain.I will not return to this Urgent Care nor will I ever bring my loved ones to this clinic. I strongly advise all others to avoid this Urgent Care Center.The facility itself was clean and the office staff was friendly, but the nurses and doctors are not knowledgeable nor do they seem genuinely concerned about patient care.After complaining to the owners of the facility, I got a distinct feeling that bottom dollars are more important than patient care.
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By: Noddy V.
Med Now
Great people and environment. Smile and talkative all the time. Clean facility. Well recommend to others.
By: Jamel G.
Med Now
Went there with a cut finger from a work related injury staff (especially Deion and Tiffany) were extremely courteous and friendly. Staff was knowledge able and got me in and out quickly.
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By: Mcneil H.
Med Now
had a great visit the ladies where very nice! place was clean and no bad smells didn't have to wait very long to get helped!
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By: Cheryl B.
South Crest Hospital
I think emergency room is slow. Not very helpful or friendly staff. But the 4th floor has nice helpful nurses. The dr are great. All the staff are great. Except the ER. I won't stay any where else. I trust & love this hospital & there staff. They took really good care of me.
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By: Devrie H.
Miracle In The Womb
What an incredible experience. Not only was this lady the nicest person you will ever meet but the prices are great and I was able to get everything I wanted out of this experience. I would recommend this place to everyone.
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By: Stephine D.
Miracle In The Womb
I will tell everyone about this place wonderful staff and I felt so comfortable. My kids didn't want to leave
By: Lesley B.
Miracle In The Womb
The staff is really nice & accommodating. They got me in at the last minute & she was accurate on telling me my baby gender at 17 weeks! I payed $35 extra to have a DVD of the ultrasound but I wouldn't recommend buying it because unless your are a trained ultrasound tech you won't be able to tell what anything is! I was 17 weeks when I went so maybe if your further a long you can see more but I have no idea what I'm looking at on my dvd.
By: Kassie A.
Miracle In The Womb
This place was wonderful! Staff very helpful and kind. I would def recommend this place to others!!
By: Brooke K.
Miracle In The Womb
Comforting to watch our baby grow! Thank you for a great experience each of the 8 times we have visited!
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