Methodist Medical Center in San Antonio, TX with Reviews - YP.com

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07/11/2012
By: prschick
Communicare health center
CommuniCare Health Centers is a breath of fresh air! Now that fewer physicians are accepting Medicaid patients I have found it extremely difficult to see a doctor for myself and my children. CommuniCare's east side location (E. Commerce) was not at all was I was anticipating it to be. The first thing I noticed as I drove into the parking lot was how clean it was. The staff greeted me as we walked in and the best part was that I was able to see an OBGYN and dentist on the same day. While I was at my appointments my husband got a check up and my children were able to see a Pediatric doctor and dentist. Talk about convenient! The experience far exceeded my expectations!
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10/07/2016
By: Tyrrell H.
The Branch At Medical Center
The branch has been good to me while my 2 year stay thus far. Sunny the prop Manager is wonderful and does truly try to assist any matters she may be able to resolve. It's going through a lot of renovations right now so if you just expect that . Other than that its good! I recommend and can't beat price... no crime or hobos or I'll activittt here
11/10/2014
By: Karell N.
North - University Family Health Center
Good care, long waits, no parking, clean facility.
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