• 1.Quest Diagnostics

    Ft Pt


    0.76 mi

  • 2.Quest Diagnostics

    2931 Central City Blvd


    2.97 mi

  • 3.Quest Diagnostics

    14025 Delaney St

    La Marque,TX

    14.72 mi

  • 4.Quest Diagnostics

    7111 Medical Center Dr Ste 114

    Texas City,TX

    13.63 mi

  • 5.Quest Diagnostics

    2200 Nasa Pkwy


    24.92 mi

  • 6.Quest Diagnostics

    355 E Parkwood Ave


    28.23 mi

  • 7.Quest Diagnostics

    561 W Medical Center Blvd Ste F


    26.37 mi

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By: sophia33201
West Isle Urgent Care
This is overall the best clinic I have been to. I went in after being sick for about 2 weeks. First of all I was greeted by friendly people at the front desk. Then taken to the back and triaged quickly by caring staff. That means so much when you don't feel well. I was in and out in less than 30 mins Why can't I be treated this way at my regular doctor? Think West Isle will be my new choice in health care!!!!!!!!
By: rp3509
West Isle Urgent Care
Brought my husband in while on vacation. The staff were very nice and polite, understanding and empathetic. He was taken to the back within moments of completing the necessary paperwork and we were on our way out not long after. The pharmacy had his antibiotic ready within the hour and he was feeling better the next day. We were then able to enjoy the rest of our trip. Thanks West Isle!
By: pim5391
West Isle Urgent Care
They are courtious and friendly. They see you right away. I have always gotten good service.
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