St Marys Medical Center in Ironton, OH with Reviews -
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By: Ashley S.
Ironton Primary Care
Best urgent care dr's ever! I've been to all the urgent cares in the area and none compare to this place. The dr's are intelligent and do wonders with both kids and adults!
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By: Linda C.
Ironton Primary Care
Dr Meadows has been my primary care physician since fall of 2008. I have always found him pleasant, professional and competent. I rarely have to wait beyond my scheduled appointment time. His office staff is always pleasant and helpful. I highly recommend him.
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By: Misty L.
Ironton Primary Care
When the new St. Mary's ER opened, I liked the fact that they were open 24 hours so i tried it. I will NEVER go back. I've been there the times and never received the quality of care that Belfonte Urgent Care provides. They know us by name, they do everything possible to help us and they know what they're doing. They treat you like a person and not just a patient.
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