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By: ahhhhhhhhhh43
OnCall Urgent Care
Great clinic with amazing medical providers and staff. You can't find clinicians anywhere else that care about their patients from the bottom of their hearts like they do at On Call. The patient population is very diverse at this clinic, so they usually have staff who can speak other languages
By: dretee51
OnCall Urgent Care
Excellent service, friendly personnel, great experience for the type of service. You all have a great operation going here!!! Thank you for such great care!!!!
By: jionn203
OnCall Urgent Care
Everyone was very pleasant. Thank you for getting me in right away. The information given to me about the procedure was very informative.
By: natasharichards
OnCall Urgent Care
I prefer going to this clinic as it is so close to our house. the staff is great and I would definitely recommend to others.
By: rsp_31susan
OnCall Urgent Care
Allowing us to call ahead to avoid a long wait is great. They are always friendly and nice here.
By: james.lugo27
OnCall Urgent Care
Everyone was very nice and provided excellent care for my son which I appreciate immensely.
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