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11/15/2017
By: Matthew P.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
Wasn't a good time that I had at this location of services went with friend and then separated had a panic attack and left waited on friend then
03/31/2017
By: Harrison W.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
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11/01/2016
By: James D.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
I was very pleased with the service I received from First Care. The staff was very compassionate and I my total visit time was less than an hour. Would definitely recommend First Care.
11/01/2016
By: Ira D.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
Friendly staff, very clean facility, did not have to wait at all. I actually felt like a human instead of a number.
11/01/2016
By: Hannah C.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
I've been to First Care multiple times and I always have an outstanding experience. The front desk staff is always so nice and helpful. This is a great clinic!
03/24/2016
By: Glenn C.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
Quick service, and quick resolution to my problem. They have a ver polite staff. I was traveling when I had a problem and they took care of everything.
03/24/2016
By: Emily C.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
I've been there 3 times - Twice for my 7 year old grandson. Because of prior experiences he is terrified when you mention "doctor." I alerted the registration staff if this issue. The nurse that weighed & checked his temp was very comforting to him. When the provider came into the room she took extra time to make him feel comfortable. It was a great visit.
03/16/2016
By: Rebecca O.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
Going to the doctor always makes me nervous. However, the quick service and friendly people made this experience to a doctor a lot nicer. I'm so glad First Care is here.
03/16/2016
By: Charity V.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
This was my first visit to First Care. From the time I walked in the door, filled out papers, went back to the exam room, met the nurse practitioner, and went out the door was less than 20 minutes! I've never experienced that level of time management in the medical field.
03/14/2016
By: Tammy W.
First Care Clinic - Corbin
Great service! Extremely convenient! Timely and professional! Plus it is very clean! There isn't a better clinic around!
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