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By: mrsrodgers
St Elizabeth Urgent Care
I have had fever for 2 days n have a sinus infection. Everyone was nice... until the Doctor. He looked at me for 30 seconds n left. I took my script to the pharmacy--he gave me COUGH SYRUP--no antibiotics at all. Had to go back and talk to doctor who informed me that I have a virus, antibiotics wont help me, he knows this because he spent 30 seconds with me. Complete waste of time and money and Im still sick!!!!!!
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By: Sacksteder H.
Doctors' Urgent Care Offices
We were greeted upon arrival, seen very quickly for shortness of breath and severe congestion. Dr. Nguyen and medical assistant were very professional and knowledgeable. Would not hesitate to return for any urgent needs
By: melaury
Doctors' Urgent Care Offices
All the staff were extremely helpful and knowlegeable. Everyone made me feel welcome. Good experience.
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