1.Franciscan Conv Hospital
3169 M St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityMedical ClinicsAssisted Living Facilities
We recently placed our mom at fransiscan nursing home. We are so happy with this wonderful staff of caring people. I have been Ian cna for 20 years and a DSP 2 for 10 years caring for developmentally
2.Chowchilla Hospital Clinic
285 Hospital Dr
I've been here before and had decent experiences. However this time I've been here for two hours in the waiting room with a five year old complaining of an ear infection. They let three parties in bef
3.Dameron HospitalServing the Merced, CA area
Physicians & Surgeons, OrthopedicsMedical ClinicsClinicsHospitals
I had my baby here almost a month ago and I cant explain how awesome everyone was. All my nurses were very nice, patient, and extremely helpful. But Tammy, one of the RNs, is the best nurse ever!!! If
4.Dignity Health Medical Group - Merced
315 Mercy Avenue, Suite 400
Medical ClinicsMedical CentersClinicsHospitals
5.Castle Family Health Centers
3605 Hospital Rd
Medical ClinicsClinicsHospitalsMedical Service Organizations
Immediate Appointments Available
6.Express Lane Urgent Care
711 E Hawkeye Ave
Medical ClinicsHospitalsHealth Plans-Information & Referral ServicePhysicians & Surgeons
This place is great! Quick, quality care. Staff is friendly and helpful. I brought my friend in with her son, and we were in and out in less than 20 minutes! It's nice to know there is an alternati
7.Emanuel Medical Center
825 Delbon Ave
Medical CentersHospitalsEmergency Care FacilitiesPhysicians & Surgeons, Internal Medicine
YOU WON'T MAKE IT OUT ALIVE!! Oh and if you sign up for "COMFORT CARE" the part about, "Emotional and Spiritual Support is a Priority". The only problem here is that they either FORGOT to give more wa
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