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09/24/2017
By: Summer B.
CareNow
Do not go here! Went in for an ear ache and was told I had swimmers ear. Got my RX filled, hours later was in so much pain. I had been taking Tylenol and Aleve, which helped for a hour and was in tremendous pain again. I called to ask what else could help the pain, didn't get a call back until the next day. Maybe got 4 hours sleep, couldn't eat. When they called the worthless Dr said to go to the ER. Well would have been nice to be told that the day before so I didn't have to suffer for 24 hours. He will be paying my ER copay if something is found that he could have found and treated. He didn't care, he didn't listen to anything I said. About to go to the ER and if it is something some, Dr. Rodriguez will be reported to the state, he doesn't need to be in practice.
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10/27/2015
By: Rose A.
CareNow
Worst Clinic ever. They said the wait would be 1 & 1/2 hrs so I said I would wait. I grabbed a cup of tea and went outside for 30 mins and came back and sat. After being their almost 2 hrs, they said they had called my house 3 times and didn't get an answer. I told them I was there the whole time why would they call my house. They could have at least called my cell. They said I would be 1st on the list. I waited 30 mins and saw at least 2 people go in ahead of me. Finally got in and gave the nurse my medical info. Sitting in the room forever so I walked out.
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10/08/2015
By: Beanie B.
WKM Healthcare Inc
Horrible payer to employees, it's always check in the mail. When you call about pay they say you are harassing them. never work for this company
09/14/2013
By: kbstickney
CareNow
If you're pregnant, don't go here. They don't have an ultrasound and they can't tell you if anything is wrong. I was 7 weeks along and experiencing abdominal pain. They should have done an ultrasound, or at least referred me to the ER that day. They didn't know what was wrong with me. 3 days later, I had lots of internal bleeding due to an ectopic pregnancy and needed emergency surgery. This condition could have been caught sooner.
01/25/2013
By: sabrina.d.brian
CareNow
they dont take amerigroup medicaid. My 2 yr old son broke his leg & needed a dr but they couldnt help all bc he has medicaid!
12/01/2012
By: jrthomasjr
CareNow
this is not an emergency room. If you need emergency care, go somewhere else.
11/10/2012
By: edriver9
Carlson
Avoid it at all cost. The staff is an indulgence of only hiring the most incompetent people on the planet. They don't deserve their jobs because they're not capable of doing them to even the lowest level of satisfaction by any standard whatoever. I arrived right when they opened. After waiting for over an hour and a half, I noticed that 3 people who arrived half an hour to 45 minutes AFTER I did got treated before me. I never got treated because I left after becoming totally disgusted with the way I was being skipped by what must have been close friends of the staff who decided they were more important than I was. I'm diabetic and I needed medication for my diabetes but after going through this ordead I've decided I will just neglect my condition and if I am to die from this disease than so be it because death is more preferrable than having to endure such selfish people at the one place I expected to more from. Thanks for making me decide that my health doesn't matter.
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