Mercy Hospital in Mustang, OK with Reviews - YP.com

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05/29/2014
By: mustangjbo
Mustang Urgent Care
Used many times. Our family physician is in SOKC, so MUC is a huge time saver. Accepts our BCBS + standard copay- NO hidden fees or gotchya's! These folks are great for the basics - office is conservatively furnished ,CLEAN and No Frills ! Just used for our 14 yr olds summer basketball camp sports physical = total fee $25 . What a deal !
12/22/2012
By: jbrow4
Mustang Urgent Care
Very friendly staff. Got in and out pretty quick even though they were busy. Outside looked a little rough, but very nice on the inside. Received excellent care and bill was very reasobale.Much cheaper than ER and other urgent care centers in the area. I will definitley go back, but hope I don't need to!
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10/29/2015
By: Lindsay F.
Mustang Urgent Care
I went in to get treated for an upper respiratory infection and was pleased with how attentive, friendly, and efficient the staff were. I didn't have to wait long at all to be seen, and was in and out within an hour. The environment was clean and welcoming. I will definitely come here in the future!
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07/15/2015
By: Nicholas J.
Mustang Urgent Care
was looking for a place to get a physical at and this place caught my eye. I was very pleased that the staff was helpful and thorough. The facility was clean. I am definately going to suggest this place to my other friends if in need.
01/05/2015
By: Okrph@atlinkwifi.com G.
Mustang Urgent Care
Was able to get in quickly, and cash prices were very good compared to what I have seen at other urgent care centers. Certainly faster than a 4 hour wait at the ER to be tested for the flu.
03/27/2017
By: Larry J.
Mustang Urgent Care
One of the best urgent care clinics I have been too. Very clean environment and friendly staff. Was in and out in 30 mins. Will definitely be back!
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