After Hours Clinic in Palm Coast, FL with Reviews -
  • 1.After Hours Healthcare

    4721 E Moody Blvd


    7.62 mi

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By: haines1
Palm Coast Women's Center
I have been coming to Dr. Brown for many years (10+), first for birth control and now for help as I go through menopause. Dr. Brown is very experienced and knowledgeable, but my 17 year old daughter needed to see a gynecologist and she preferred to see a woman. Palm Coast Women's Center has a female nurse practitioner who was so nice, kind, and patient with my daughter. She answered all her questions professionally and compassionately. The office staff always seems so happy and the office is clean. And even though my daughter had never been there before and was a new patient, she was able to get an appointment within a week. I have a day off during the week so I don't need it, but I noticed a sign at the checkout counter that advertised they're open on some Saturdays, too. I am very happy with Palm Coast Women's Center.
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By: Cherie U.
Palm Coast Womens Center
I also would like to add to my previous review that you can also have a very intellectual conversation with Dr. Brown and the staff as well. The last thing I would like to add as well as they have a very nice doctors display . Display for home visit doctors back in the day. With the leather bags and all the medical equipment needed to make a home visit. Very interesting!!!
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By: Jennifer S.
Palm Coast Women's Center
I feel at ease when I go to the Palm Coast Woman's Center. The receptionists and nurses are amazing! They are so kind and friendly! Dr. Brown takes the time to get to know his patient and their needs! He talks with you and explains things without rushing.
By: Lydia G.
Medi-Quick Walk-In Clinic
The people at this facility were kind and professional. I had an urgent issue while visiting the area so I came here and was in and out under an hour. The facility was clean and well organized.
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By: Jessica M.
Palm Coast Women's Center
My visits have been pleasant, professional and quick. Couldn't ask for a nicer clean doctors experience with staff that had good bed side manner!!
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