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02/03/2017
By: Shirley B.
Medex Medical Express
This is a great place to go. They take care of all emergencies in a timely manner. They are professional and really pay attention to all your needs.I had an emergency that was pretty serious. They treated me in their facility. Later, they send me to a specialist, which ended up saving my life!The doctors and nurses are wonderful. I have been going to Medex for all my family's needs and emergencies. They have become like my second family and I trust them.
07/31/2013
By: honestana
Larisa Malykh, MD - Individualized Medicine
Dr Malykh is very knowledgeable, compassionate, honest, and thorough. I was seen exactly at my appointment time which I appreciated. I found her office staff to be helpful and the nursing staff to be friendly. I will be going back.
10/12/2013
By: Lisa S.
Medex Medical Express
Great people..was in and out in less then an hour. Better then I can say for any ER
02/22/2013
By: dana.johnson.1428921
Medex Medical Express
poliote and efficient. waiting time is notr long.
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