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06/12/2017
By: rjackson2561
MedExpress Urgent Care
Very unprofessional, ignorant and don't care about patients.. The Atmosphere is stuffy, not welcoming and not comfortable..
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04/17/2016
By: Gwen N.
Scott Medical Health Center
I felt they only wanted to get whatever $$$ they could from me or my insurance policy. I went for my knee, they wanted to adjust my back ....etc. Pushy sales techniques. The PT did nothing , and the staff seemed very unhappy and not interested in delivery of real services.
09/30/2014
By: Julia K.
Women's Choice Network
Women's Choice Network in Pittsburgh is an awesome source of support to those individuals who are looking for help on making a decision about abortion or parenting. The ladies really helped me through a tough season in my life. I didn't know how or what I was going to do. The support helped me make the best decision. I'm grateful to all of you.
09/26/2013
By: Jim K.
The Physical Therapy Center
A wonderful clinic with a hard working staff.Their hands on method is the best physical therapy I have ever received.
03/10/2013
By: 292boatguy
MedExpress Urgent Care
We have been to this clinic twice. Once a couple of months ago and again today. Both times this place was fantastic! The facility was spotless, the staff extremely helpful from the moment you walk in the door. Service was prompt and professional. We spend two weeks a month in Pittsburgh and we will come back to MedExpress again if needed. By the way today the doctors felt that our duaghter needed more specialized care than they had and quickly suggusted we go to a hospital. Thank you for being professional and honest. This place offers great care!!!
12/01/2012
By: barbaraschwarck
Aesthetic Skin & Laser Center
The staff at the ASLC is marvelous. I got tired of having to put on makeup every day and decided to try permanent eye makeup. WOW. What a fabulous experience. I was a bit worried beforehand but it didn’t hurt at all. The eye liner is perfect and I get great compliments wherever I go. And, those extra 10 minutes in the morning were worth spending the money. I highly recommend you consider it. You will love it. A+++++++
11/02/2012
By: starxdestroyer
Scott Medical Health Center
This place is awful and it really seems like they're more scam artists than doctors! My fiance injured his back, so I found them in his provider directory and made an appointment. They took his insurance information and at no time informed me that they were out of network. When he got there, they told him that they "used to have a doctor in his network, but he left." He was in so much pain by then that he didn't have much of a choice but to stay. However, they did absolutely nothing for his pain, no adjusting or anything, and simply charged him almost $200 for an x-ray and told him he'd need to come back in (more $$!) two days later to "discuss the x-ray" and "set up a treatment plan" (they didn't even know that there was anything to treat yet! BIG red flag!) Since waiting two days to see an x-ray seemed ridiculous and he was super uncomfortable with how they operated, he got an appointment with a different provider (in network!) and canceled his next appointment. While canceling, Scott Medical Center pressured him to reschedule, which he declined to do several times before finally hanging up. As for the new doc he saw elsewhere, he was great! He asked a lot of questions, quickly figured out what was wrong, did some adjusting and electrical muscle stimulation, and things are already getting better! No x-ray required! I wish he had never gone to Scott Medical Center, as it was a huge waste of time and money, and he suffered needlessly for an extra day! I do NOT recommend!
09/27/2012
By: julie.marie.9659
MedExpress Urgent Care
This place was awful! It was a sunday around 10:30am and I was the only person in there, should've been the first red flag. I was standing for 20 minutes dealing with the check in stuff on one foot because I hurt my ankle, the guy couldn't give the wheel chair when I first hopped in the door. The x-ray guy was filling in for the front desk guy, so who covered the front desk when he was doing my x-rays? No one because they have no business and don't need anyone to. They spelled my name wrong and it took forever for them to find the x-rays in the system. The doctor told me my ankle was dislocated and I had to go to the hospital to get it set. The only thing they could do for me was wrap it in an ace banage, they didn't even have crutches....WHAT? so the nurse took me outside in the wheel chair and said this is as far as I can go, the x-ray guy comes running out to help me to my car cause you know i'm hoping around cause they don't have crutches... I go to the hospital a couple hours later because I had appointments I couldn't miss cause places were closing, they tell me it's definetly not dislocated...why in the world would Urgent Care tell me that it is?? Cause they are idiots! This place is a bunch of quacks. I told them my story about how I hurt myself and all they did was judge me not try and actually take care of my ankle!!! NEVER EVER EVER GO HERE!!! You'd be better off going to the pharamacy and self medicating yourself with a bandaid for a broken foot. Not to mention the x-rays they gave me the hospital wasn't even able to read. They took their own about 10 and Urgent took like 4...IDIOTS!!!
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