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By: Rochelle P.
Total Medical Care
My name is Rochelle Putnam. I have been a regular patient here for 5 yrs now. I love this place. The staff, the location and the caring love they give my son Conner and I everytime we visit. ThIs Is WHERE My PRIMARY CARE PHSYCIAN is.Thank you to Dr. Scott & Dr. Megan. (that is how my son & I address them) If you don't have an appointment that is fine. Then it just like an URGENT CARE. If i could i give them 7 stars everyday of the week. I believe everyone is knowledged for whatever medical issue you are I need of. Thanks again to the entire staff at TOTAL MEDICAL CARE
By: Al D.
NextCare Urgent Care
Very good care. Have used at least 4 times and have always been very satisfied. The wait for a walk in was 20 mins at 3PM. The practitioner was very knowledgeable. The facility is very clean and the staff is very efficient. The whole visit took 40 minutes.
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By: Tracy C.
Banner Urgent Care
Had a great experience! Walked in at 8:10 on a Sunday night. Staff was still energetic, caring, and interested in helping me to feel better. Will go back in the future!
By: racquel.munoz3
Banner Urgent Care
I walked in 6pm and was registered,seen, and was at pharmacy feeling my script and on my way to feeling better by 8pm! Friendly staff, takes most insurance!
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By: Jayne D.
NextCare Urgent Care
We go here a lot as they do more than just "urgent" matters like immunizations and physicals. Staff are always great.
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By: Genevieve H.
NextCare Urgent Care
Clean clinic. Timely. Friendly and knowledgable staff. The only urgent care I use for myself and my family.
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