Sentara Urgent Care in Chesapeake, VA with Reviews - YP.com

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01/12/2017
By: Helen P.
Mt. Pleasant Urgent Care and Family Practice, Inc.
Buddy, you just had a bad day that day. We all have them. I have been with them since they moved from Providence Rd. They, even though my wonderful Dr is Santa aka Dr Marks, are great.Merrilee, Natalie, and the younger people Merrilee goes out of her way to give them a good, smart start. After all SMART young people working and learning make great Nurses and Doctors. In total complete honesty they saved my life. You know how? Never giving up. If I wasn't doing what I was supposed to be doing, Boom!!!! they (Merrilee) told me to get busy and do what Dr Marks had prescribed. To me they are the best.They all talked, scolded me and really really save my life TODAY. I am so thankful I have them and feel like part of the family there. Today I am healthier than ever, so get better. The Lady doctor or Lady doctor practioner are the best, Dr Marks is a straight shooter as Merrilee and Natalie are when they want to see you it's like the principal's office.So get better and don't give up on them.
Tips & Advices
Urgent care is best for cases with low risk or impact, like a bad , but not life-threatening, cut to the finger. However, if you experience difficulty breathing, speaking, seeing, or chest pains, visiting an emergency room is likely the safest decision.
Trauma surgeons are those who perform urgent operations. Their duties often differ in that the majority of their work occurs in the operating room, while ER physicians mostly work on the hospital floor.
Emergency room physicians work long, intensive hours, often in 12-hour shifts. While not every shift may be that long, the profession requires large time commitments from both doctors and nurses.
Many emergency room patients can be treated and sent home on the same day, but those requiring extended stays or outpatient procedures that require hospitalization may need to stay a few days to a week, or longer, depending on severity of the condition.
Licensed physicians and nurses are responsible for treating and caring for patients, as well as ensuring their safety. Patients may also come under the supervision of surgeons.

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