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08/21/2017
By: Christy N.
First Med Urgent Care
Excellent experience with the First Med Team in Edmond. The staff was friendly, the wait time was short, and Dr. Pourtorkan was exceptional. It is hard to find a great doctor out there, but Dr. Pourtorkan was very compassionate and explained everything so well. I will be sure to recommend First Med Urgent Care in Edmond to all of my friends and family members.
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04/28/2017
By: Ethel G.
Americas Health Options
My insurance claim was denied due to miscommunication and I was facing a large expense. I called Russell Grafrath and he immediately, without hesitation, contacted the insurance company and resolved the error. He saved me ftom having to pay the entire bill. I highly recommend Russell Grafrath for all your insurance needs.
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03/30/2016
By: Kathy L.
First Med Urgent Care
I have had nothing but great experiences with this clinic including my visit last night where I was met at the desk by "Luke" who greeted me with a smile and was very professional and processed my paper work in record time. "Kathy K." was my nurse and this my 2nd or 3rd experience with her. She has always been very personable, genuine and concerned about my symptoms and the care that I would require. "Nani Parsons, PA-C" was my PA and I really liked her! She greets you with a smile that doesn't end and takes the time to listen, question and then address the best way to take care of your health needs. The office is very clean from front to back - and I will continue to recommend this location because it has remained over the three years that I have utilized their services as a positive and consistent experience. Awesome job gang! I appreciate YOU!
12/09/2014
By: Clare J.
Boulevard Family Practice
Easy to get an appointment same day. Very nice and friendly staff.
08/19/2014
By: Lori S.
MinuteClinic
Excellent experience getting school sports physicals.
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02/22/2014
By: Chris C.
First Med Urgent Care
I got everything I needed but the nurse taking notes for the doctor was how to say........bad and not new at her job either.
10/14/2013
By: Jay S.
First Med Urgent Care
First Med in Edmond is the best. The only place our family goes in need of urgent care.The staff, Drs. and PAs are great. Thank you Nicole for all the help over the years.J. Stanley
09/24/2013
By: zabeltag
First Med Urgent Care
After my visit last week I was sent an email and thanked for my business. Beyond just thanking me they genuinely wanted to get my feedback in order to better themselves. After reading the reviews below I am shocked. I had a great experience and will be back in the future as needed. I think that they have listened to the customers and are striving to better themselves.
08/07/2013
By: kylie.tuttle.1
Boulevard Family Practice
Hands down the worst doctors office I have ever been to. The receptionists are rude, the nurses are just as bad if not worse, and the entire staff is uneducated and uncaring. After being a client for 2 years, we switched insurance and although they had the new insurance on file AND we had an appointment they refused service for my sick 2 year old due to the fact that we had not met our deductible - unless I paid the full amount in cash up front without running it through insurance (shady, right?!). Being 4 months pregnant and hormonal, I began crying and asking if there was anything they could do for us, at which time I had the chance to meet the 'owner', a man I had never seen before in my life. He proceeded to scream obscenities at me and tell me that he never wanted to see my face in his office again, before then trying to take my child to the back room! I took my daughter and left. We went up the street to another clinic which got us in immediately, despite being new patients, and correctly ran our insurance before asking for payment. FOUR specialist referrals later, I realized the full extent of the incompetence we had experienced for the past two years. For your own safety and well-being, DO NOT go to this clinic!!
06/26/2012
By: jrobertsbraud
First Med Urgent Care
If you like waiting for hours, then being turned away by rude front office people with bad attitudes, please feel free to go to the First Med at Kelly and Covell. I don't think Dr. Bill Edwards remembers that he took a hippocratic oath.
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