12/23/2016
By: Mary J.
Rapid Care Urgent Care
Absolutely worst urgent care I've ever been too. The staff, "Jackie" was non HIPPA compliant. She was requesting personal information (d.o.b, insurance info, home address etc) from patients, out loud, from behind her desk. The male nurse was playing with people who were notably ill, teased me about my weight, and treated me like a nuisance. I've been here twice, and only went back the second time because of the doctors expertise. I agree his bedside manner is reprehensible however, he is incredibly knowledgeable. Nevertheless, I'll never go there again! #awful
10/23/2012
By: chelseaisnotme
Exact Staff
I wanted to review Ms. Wagner's professionalism and friendliness when she helped me find a position. Since the very first day she and I shook hands, she always treated me with respect and was genuinely concerned and focused on helping me with my career goals. She always answered my questions in a professional and timely manner, and I do believe that Exact Staff have a very valuable member as a part of their team.
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