• 1.Mckesson Corporation-Mpt

    576 Hawksbill Island Dr

    Satellite Beach,FL

    7.94 mi

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06/10/2014
By: androgynous14u
Eau Gallie Walk-In Clinic
It is sad that people will give such a wonderful doctor such horrible reviews! This is a wonderfully caring man and doctor alike. He truly listen to your issue at hand and pays great attention to detail. He DOES charge his listed prices. However, he clearly states that other issues to be dealt with, other than what is initially stated, will cost $10 each. Considering prices of health care & our country turning to basic communism practices regarding such, everyone who has TRIED to degrade this Doctor should be ashamed. I've been a loyal patient for over 3 & a half years and there is a reason I've chosen this man. It's called compassion, integrity, intelligence & sensibility. Someone's past, doctor or not, plays not into their practices & therefore should not be judged based on such. Don't go in for a "soar throat" & expect to speak to him about your "back problems" & walk out with pain medication. Get a grip! I've NEVER felt compelled to write such a review, but I am absolutely disgusted by the negative comments about Dr. John Magri. He is a VERY helpful, fantastic doctor that I have had the pleasure of visiting in my times of need. Ignore these negative reviews! You will find that this is the best priced, most legitimate practicing, ethical doctor you can find. Shame on you people who have found ridiculous things to downgrade him on. Dr. Magri, as always, keep up the excellent work and TRULY, thank you for your services! I will remain his patient and put the good word out for him for as long as he is practicing, and if you assume your small minded complaints will put him out, the joke is on you.
01/11/2013
By: cjgubernat
Eau Gallie Walk-In Clinic
Dr. Magri is back in the office five days per week, Sun. thru Thurs. I've ssen him a half of a dozen times over the past few years and I am happy to have him as an unofficial primary care physician. He's thorogh, patient, kind, and best of all, competent. His English is perfect, if this has been a concern of yours in the past with other Doctors. $40 is for one complaint. $50 is for two. A urinalysis was $10. HIs medical assistants are also professional, which is important. I was frustrated for a while with the PA on staff as he is an older gentleman who has slowed down to a great extent and it took him an average 45 minutes for every patient with a simple complaint. I was in the waiting room for well over 4 hours that day with only a handful of patients. However, it seems there is a Nurse practitioner there 2 days a week instead, so I look forward to this being an improvement. The downside is this is a bare-bones office that will not suffice if you need x-rays or the use of large, advanced equipment. In that case, I'd use the Urgent care on dairy road, but expect to pay at least $105 for a first visit.
09/06/2013
By: michael32901
Melbourne Medical Center
I was so glad to find this clinic as I do NOT have any insurance or much $$ to see a doc. check it out: www.Melbourne-Medical-Center.comI found them and printed out their $10.00 off coupon which was a great help. Walked right in and filled out some papers. They had me in a room less than 15 minutes. Really nice office, clean with Marble floors.Pretty nice staff and even easy going polite doctor. I had the worse Flu, and he gave me some samples and sent me across the street for some free antibiotics all on a weekend. They also did my friends immigration physical cause they have an INS civil surgeon, she needed the physical for her green card :)Pretty affordable and easy sailing.Thanks!
03/01/2014
Melbourne Medical Center
With NO insurance, I was terrified when I became ill with the Flu, a friend recommended this clinic since she too had NO insurance and been going there for years. I was so happy when I was able to get in on a saturday afternoon and be seen in less than 20 minutes by a really nice doctor who also understood my problem real well and gave me some free samples. He wrote me a prescription and sent me across the street to pick up free medicine. Its a week later and I feel so much better! So nice to know places like this exist for people like me! Recommend it for sure to every one!
09/06/2011
By: melbournemom2010
Kimmel Murray A Do
I haven't been to Dr. Kimmel in some time, but I have to say this...I came to him with my sick child, with no insurance. My son was seen quickly, and although Dr. K might need a little practice with the little ones, I felt perfectly comfortable with him, he easily diagnosed my son, wrote him the scripts he needed and didn't overcharge me for his services. It's so comforting to know that there is still a doctor out there who doesn't buy into the the corporate b.s.,and who REALLY cares about his patients like a doctor should, Dr. K. ...you are appreciated. Thank You.
11/24/2014
By: Allegra W.
Eau Gallie Walk-In Clinic
Really nice staff and Doc. Cheap, fast and clean. We go for physicals and colds. Also got stitches there. Great people, great price.
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