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05/17/2017
By: Rhonda M.
West Bank Urgent Care
I was at your place of business on Mother's Day and I receive care from Dr. Clarissa Hoff and Robin which I do not have a last name . They took really good care of me and I am grateful for that . If you could please let these two people know that they did an awesome job. Thank you , Eric Marks
07/01/2016
By: donny.duplantis
Dr. Hai Nam Nguyen, MD
Think Twice........You Should Think Twice About Going Here For Any of Your Medical Needs..............
05/02/2016
By: Lisa O.
West Bank Urgent Care
I live out of state ,but I work in Gretna 5 months out of the year. I have some kind of medical problem every time I'm here.Ive been coming to WBUCfor over 10 years now and they have always treated me extremely Good.They are always polite,professional and knowledgeable. I always leave here feeling better!!
02/20/2015
By: Mowgli H.
West Bank Urgent Care
Staff was friendly, got in and out in an hour, feeling much better now!
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02/13/2015
By: Joyce M.
West Bank Urgent Care
Urgent care?? That's a total laugh.. should be called "Slow as Hell freezing over" clinic.. be waiting 2 hours now.. when i got here.. took 30 mins to get in the back.. then another 30 mins or what until someone came in.. i fell asleep..
12/29/2014
By: Jamie J.
Ochsner Medical Center-West Bank
My husband went there for several appointments and was miss diagnosed saying he had eczema when for 6 months he has scabies! All they do is take your money and write scripts that are wrong! Had to bring him to the emergancy room to find out what was really wrong it was scabies! Don't bring an animal to them!!! I only rated 1 star because they r the worst around!
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