Clinica Del Norte Pediatrics
102 Babcock Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78201
1.San Antonio Urgent Care
9711 Huebner Rd
A member of my family needed urgent care (minor emergency care level) and I had been to this clinic before so we decided to use this provider again. It was 2PM on a week day and we were told that we n
2.San Antonio Urgent Care
6387 Babcock Rd Ste 2
We have lived in San Antonio for almost 15 years. We started as a military family and I can't tell you the horrors of urgent care in the military system. When we became civilians again, we were conc
3.San Antonio Urgent Care
2235 Thousand Oaks Dr
If a star rating of 0 was an option, that's what I'd give them. For one thing, I only go to the doctor when I absolutely have to so I called ahead to ask if they take my insurance and if I had to make
4.Thousand Oaks Ucc Of San Antonio
2951 Thousand Oaks Dr
5.Pediatric Digestive Care of San Antonio
109 Gallery Cir Ste 115
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Doctor Ibarguen is a Pediatric Gastroenterologist who has been caring for my sons condition for the last 5 months. Before seeing Dr. Ibarguen, we had seen several other specialists in the same field,
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7.Heartland Health Care Center-San Antonio North
7703 Briaridge Dr
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My mom had money and clothes stolen from her suitcase. Other questions of an issue have been referred to them for resolution.
North Central Urgent Care
19223 Stonehue, San Antonio, TX, 78258
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