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12/14/2015
By: Glenn P.
Kidz Xpress
Very poor service from the nurse.. She treated me like I was a bad father. I brought my daughter in for a very bad headache and fever that I could not get to go away. The female nurse practitioner was extremely rude and did NOTHING to help my daughter with her symptoms. The next morning I was able to get her in to see her normal pediatrician where they gave her antibiotics to treat a sinus infection. I'm giving 2 stars only because the front staff was polite and got me in immediately. But they seriously need a new nurse practitioner.
05/24/2014
By: aaronst1
Kidz Xpress
Called and came in right before close and everybody was super nice. Diagnosed in and out quick. Thanks!
02/24/2013
By: katie.guthrie.54
Kidz Xpress
There is nothing better than piece of mind after hours. Professional and courteous.
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