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By: Kim S.
Access Medical Centers - Urgent Care
This is an A-class urgent care. They are inviting and very accommodating. The providers listen and didn't make me feel rushed. If they close at 8pm they take patients until 8pm. They don't stop seeing patients at 7pm so they can leave at 8pm. The only complaint I have is the African American woman that does the vitals wasn't very nice at all in the beginning, but she warmed up by the time I left. Super busy clinic but they were there for me and I will be taking my business there.
By: thesnyd
Rapid Remedy Urgent Care Center
This is a great place to go. The facility is clean, modern and has a great staff. I got the impression that Dr. Anderson really cares about his patients, he asked questions, listened to my complaints and performed a very thorough examination. I have been to several immediate care clinics over the years and I must say "this one is the best." I would recommend Rapid Remedy to everyone.
By: Avery N.
Dr. Andrew B. Parkinson, MD
I came to Dr Parkinson after a failed 'laser spine' surgery cost me tens of thousands of dollars and left me in worse pain. Dr Parkinson ordered new scans and took the time to explain my problem and options for treatment. He listens and is passionate about helping people try to restore their lives. After years of being on narcotics, I have finally relief of leg and back pain.
By: kaattbb1
Shepherds Place Clinic
Great clean new office! Friendly, pleasant staff! Would tell everyone I know to come here. Excellent provider who truly cares about his patient. I actually saw him, and he did not spend all of his time typing into a computer; he actually looked at me! I will be coming back and telling everyone I know! Thanks so much!
By: Jacqueline R.
Access Medical Centers - Urgent Care
Awesome experience. I was able to check-in online and was backing in an examining room in under 10 minutes. The door no sooner closed and the P.A. Lauryn came in. Had X-rays and was out of there in under an hour. They were all professional and friendly. If I need urgent care again, I will definitely be going back.
By: swiles18
Rapid Remedy Urgent Care Center
I have terrible Allergies that have progressed over the years. Rapid Remedy has Allergy testing that was painless and didn't take long at all. Now I know what I'm really allergic too and I'm starting Allergy shots next week. The staff and Doctors are great, I highly recommend coming here.
By: Ashlee H.
Accident Care and Treatment Center
I'm really happy about the care I received from this place! I really liked that I could get everything taken care of in one building rather than going to several different doctors all over the city. The staff and doctors were always really friendly. I'm feeling 110% better!
By: Lorraine G.
Access Medical Centers - Urgent Care
Extremely pleased with the service my son received here yesterday. Very little wait time, friendly, knowledgeable & very professional. XRay on site was very convenient. Received a referral call for an orthopedic before 9am the next morning.
By: Ram O.
Accident Care and Treatment Center
They did a real good job for me. The ER referred me there and they took care of everything. Even held my bills until State Farm paid my case out. Real happy with them. If I get in another car wreck I will definitely use them again.
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By: Sherry S.
Access Medical Centers - Urgent Care
I over highly recommend this clinic, the whole staff is very warm and caring. I had Dr. Jeremy Lamb, and he was very kind and highly concerned about what was going on with me. They have mine and my family's business from now on.
Tips & Advices
Urgent care is best for cases with low risk or impact, like a bad , but not life-threatening, cut to the finger. However, if you experience difficulty breathing, speaking, seeing, or chest pains, visiting an emergency room is likely the safest decision.
Trauma surgeons are those who perform urgent operations. Their duties often differ in that the majority of their work occurs in the operating room, while ER physicians mostly work on the hospital floor.
Emergency room physicians work long, intensive hours, often in 12-hour shifts. While not every shift may be that long, the profession requires large time commitments from both doctors and nurses.
Many emergency room patients can be treated and sent home on the same day, but those requiring extended stays or outpatient procedures that require hospitalization may need to stay a few days to a week, or longer, depending on severity of the condition.
Licensed physicians and nurses are responsible for treating and caring for patients, as well as ensuring their safety. Patients may also come under the supervision of surgeons.

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