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1.Lawndale Medical Clinic
7109 Lawndale St
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THE DOCTOR THERE IS VERY VERY GOOD ( DR. RAMIREZ) BUT SOME OF THE STAFF IS VERY RUDE AND MEAN. TO SEE THE DOCTOR YOU HAVE TO SIGN IN AT 12:00 PM AND NO SOONER AND WHEN ITS TIME THE SECURITY GAURD I
4407 W Fuqua St
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3.SignatureCare Emergency Center - Montrose
1007 Westheimer Rd
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SignatureCare was absolutely amazing, and the best experience I’ve ever received. There was no wait time, friendly staff, and the doctor was nice and very helpful. I definitely recommend coming here.
4.SignatureCare Emergency Center - The Heights
1925 E T C Jester Blvd
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SignatureCare Emergency Center - The Heights is a state-of-the-art freestanding emergency room that is always open and staffed by board- certified physicians from major hospitals. SignatureCare Emerge
5.Evins Personnel Consultants
9950 Westpark Dr Ste 135
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6.Kool Smiles of Houston
3840 Aldine Mail Route Rd
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7.Sterling Physical Therapy
8323 Southwest Fwy Ste 651
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Offering physical therapy and physical therapists services. Only qualified physical therapists handle your treatments and are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and hands on care. We us
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