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06/26/2013
By: firsttimeparent
Norman Regional Health System
I'm a first time mommy from out of state, I never imagined having to leave my child in the NICU after giving birth... the least the staff could do is be nice and understanding/accomidating. Since I went into labor I've been treated like pooh and havnt been informed of things like my childs first bath, or that he's in clothes....its the small things that count and since I can't be the one to do those things the least they can do is inform me of when they happen--I call 8 times a day! There have been 3 nurses who've been informative and polite since I went into labor--that's pathetic considering I've dealt with over 20 nurses!! The Norman Regional System needs to work with their employees on customer service and hospice.
08/08/2014
By: Amanda J.
Classen Urgent Care Clinic
My boyfriend took me to Classen Urgent Care yesterday with severe stomach pain, so much so that I thought my spleen had ruptured. The administration, nurses, and doctors were all phenomenal. They did a blood test and discovered a fairly hard to diagnose issue that they were immediately able to start me on treatment for. PA Jessi Siler is truly a lifesaver, as she saved me from multiple trips to doctors or ERs by knowing exactly what to test for.
12/29/2012
By: cheri.conway.1
Classen Urgent Care Clinic
This was my first time here. The staff at Classen Urgent Care were SUPER friendly, and they were very efficient. There wasn't a huge line, so I got called back within 5-10 minutes of filling out my paperwork. The nurses were quick; the PA that I saw looked me over and told me exactly what was going on. They got me in and out in less than an hour, and it only cost me $11! I will definitely come here again.
10/14/2013
By: sarah.lawhead
Classen Urgent Care Clinic
It has been a very long time since I've ever been treated so well by a physician's office. Today I was treated like a human being, a friend even. I can't express how much that means to me. :) Dr. Hussein is an excellent, gentle and kind physician who puts great emphasis on customer service. I wish more physicians were like him. His staff is very courteous too.
11/28/2012
By: alicia78
Classen Urgent Care Clinic
This is a great clinic.. When my son was sick this is where we went, they were all super nice, was in and out quickly and then they called a few days later to check on him and see how he was doing!! I would totally recommend this place to anyone!!
08/03/2012
By: mcklrz
Classen Urgent Care Clinic
Love this clinic. Love the fact that the doc spent the time to talk to me and not rush me in and out. Love the fact that the staff smiles and are just friendly. Would go back any time and definitly recomend them to everyone!
04/19/2013
By: patricia.mccauley.9
M. Anwar M.D.
Dr. Anwar is a great doctor and very kind and is always interested in what is best for your health.
Tips & Advices
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