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12/29/2015
By: Emily B.
Express Med
I've always had a great experience at this location! They are fast, efficient, and willing to help how they can. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but I have never used Express Med for anything more than a respiratory infection, cold, etc. Any major medical issues or concerns should be taken to a family practice doctor, specialist, or something without the term "express" in their title. Considering the business purpose, I think they do an excellent job. If you need a quick round of antibiotics or a steroid shot, Express Med is the way to go.
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04/14/2016
By: Eric H.
Express Med
People were nice but the fact that they won't take my insurance and i have to pay every time I go there, and gave me meds that worked but didn't cure my bronchitis and won't give me a refill without gojng back and paying them again is really not fair. I payed and waited to be cured not half way cured and have to pay again. I won't ever go back and will tell everyone that they should go elsewhere. Doctors should be there to help people not just for money which this place is only about.
09/13/2016
By: B B.
Express Med
I've used Express Med several times. I've always found them to be fast, courteous, and very helpful. I would highly recommend them to anyone who needs a quick alternative to their normal physician. Sometimes I feel they are even more thorough and caring than my reguar doctor.
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