Leon Medical Center in Hialeah, Florida with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Lyn W.
Clini Sanitas
This place is awesome all in one urgent care and private care! They even told me my results asap, I didn't have to wait 2 days for my labs just mins. oh... and the people and doctors there I absolutely love, you can tell they care! Lab Tech Jocelin was remarkable!! will not go any where else EVER!!!!!!
By: Jc S.
Medicross Group Medical Center (D.O.T.)exam
had my employees go to renew D.O.T. physicals ,30 employees,all gave our company great feed back , they are very efficient,clean facility,staff very friendly and helpful.
By: lexibexi
Juventus Cosmetic Center
Great Place! I did my Laser Hair removal here and they are great! So fast with amazing results! Nice place great staff!!
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