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04/29/2015
By: Jenny B.
Urgent Care of Longwood
They are Professionals and KNOW what they are talking about! I go to them every time my own personal Dr.s do not have a clue
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03/13/2015
By: Neena M.
Urgent Care of Longwood
This was the most unprofessional place I have ever been to. Took my mom there, the "doctor" if you can call him one examined her leg in the waiting room. Then took us into a room. We were the only patients there. Tried to take her blood pressure and the machine kept breaking. Seriously wtf.
04/05/2014
By: roben.schuler1
Urgent Care of Longwood
The ad says you can call ahead & wait in the comfort of your home but no 1 ever answers the phone at this urgent care or any of the other 1's. Is there a secret phone # that isn't listed?
01/04/2013
By: cheryl.cuellar
Centra Care
My husband and I both picked up a bad flu, and went to Longwood Centra Care because we couldn't get an appointment at our regular doctor. We used the Centra Care website to set an appointment, filled out the forms online, and there was a reasonable 30 minute wait when we got there. The staff was very good, doctor was thorough and care was excellent. I might have given them 5 stars. I was completely shocked at the cost however. My husband has insurance, I do not. The cost of my 15 minutes with the doctor (not including tests or prescriptions) was $201. Lesson learned: don't get sick on a Friday if you have no insurance.
07/18/2012
By: kathleen.ebbersroy
Urgent Care of Longwood
We had a very positive experience here. In with the Doctor in minutes and he took a good amount of time treating and taking care of my husband. Reasonable price which was important cuz we don't have insurance. Very convenient.
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05/23/2011
By: lilpiglet228
Urgent Care of Longwood
The place is clean. The staff is friendly. You are told to pay for the visit before seeing the doctor, which I do not like. Then, if tests are ordered or anything else is done, you have to pay again. Why not just pay at the end of the visit for the services received? The doctor spent less than 5 minutes with me and told me I have pharyngitis. He didn't ask if I had any questions and didn't seem to want to hear all of my symtoms before giving me a diagnosis, which I also did not like. He told me that he was sending a prescripition to the Walgreens down the street,even though I told him I lived in Deltona. After I left, I called the Walgreens and they said they hadn't received a prescription for me. So, I called the doctor's office back and they told me it could take up to 30 minutes for it to show up. At that time, I asked if they could call it into a Publix in Deltona instead. The receptionist said that he could. She called me when he said that he had done it. I spent an hour and a half trying to locate it, only to find out that he just sent it over after I had called the last time. I will not go back to this place and I would not recommend it to anyone else.
Tips & Advices
Under most health insurance plans, urgent care visits will require a copay that is usually less expensive than emergency room visits, but more expensive than standard doctor visits - around $120 on average. Urgent care staff do not have much information regarding individual coverage, so be prepared and check with your insurance provider to understand costs.
It is common for urgent care physicians to recommend follow-up treatment after an initial visit. Most commonly, patients will be asked to return to the clinic or their primary care doctor if symptoms get worse or do not improve in a certain amount of time. Patients might be referred to a specialist for treatment of more complex conditions. Or patients may simply be given a few basic tips for recovering at home. In any case, patients should follow the doctor’s advice regarding next treatment steps.
If needed, urgent care doctors can prescribe medication to treat conditions. This may include antibiotics for an infection or pain medication for a broken bone. Be sure to follow the doctor’s instructions for taking these medicines.
Be sure to explain your symptoms to physicians in as much detail as possible. Note when or where the symptoms first appeared if possible. Inform urgent care staff of any medical conditions you may have, all allergies, and all medications you are currently taking. Also be sure to bring proper forms of identification, and any health insurance cards/information to help process your visit.
You should be able to find a 24-hour urgent care clinic by searching online resources such as yellowpages.com. Be sure the location is included in your health plan network before visiting.

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