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06/11/2016
By: emily.moore.5872
Doctor's Care
Not sure why it says this place is closed bc it isnt. The nurse was very professional and caring toward me. You can tell she cares about her patients and loves her job, i wish i remembered her name. I went late on a Saturday and there was hardly a wait. I recommend this place.
09/11/2012
By: herb.spotnik
Doctor's Care
I just can't let one bad review stand. Went to clinic for first time several months ago and they were WONDERFUL. Of course it may be busy or not but staff and doctor were great. They even called me at home two days later to check how i was doing. Highest Recommendation!
11/13/2014
By: louis.kolowski
Doctor's Care
Went there today. Minimal wait time after check in doctor efficient and thorough. She made us feel comfortable and treated my wife quickly. Will return if we have any future issues during our vacations. Note the signage on the building itself could use some improvement.
01/14/2016
By: localb
Grand Strand Pediatrics
I took my grand daughter there twice in 3 days and we were extremely pleased with the professionalism of the entire staff. We were worked into their schedule quickly with very little wait time in the office.
08/27/2014
By: Sam U.
Doctor's Care
They hold u driver lisence till u check out. Medical staff was ok.
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