1.FastMed Urgent Care
1800 N Sandhills Blvd
Medical ClinicsEmergency Care FacilitiesUrgent Care
When there cause I was hurt down to head to toes...forgotten one med..was told to go to the house to get and he walked out of room didn't offer to help me down of of bed....rude..rude...rude.
2.FastMed Urgent Care
3007 Town Center Dr
Urgent CareMedical Centers
3.FastMed Urgent Care in Sanford
724 S Horner Blvd.
Medical CentersPhysicians & Surgeons, Pediatrics-Emergency MedicineUrgent Care
Quick service and attending person was good and initially a student checked me. In addition to the doctor's charge ($270, my oop was $40) my insurance was billed $299 for a regular wrist brace (that w
4.FastMed Urgent Care
4401 Ramsey St
Urgent CareMedical Clinics
I was her pleased with the care I received at Fast Med last week. The doctor was very caring, efficient and fast at diagnosing my issue. She knew I needed to be referred to another provider and the
5.FastMed Urgent Care
1262 E Broad Ave
Amazing staff! Fast wait time, respectful knowledgeable doctors! And sweetest follow up calls! Best ever!
6.FastMed Urgent Care
907 S 401 Bypass Hwy
Urgent CareMedical ClinicsClinics
7.Med Fast Urgent Care
610 Cedar Creek Rd Ste 110
Urgent CarePhysicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice
Would not recommend this place for anyone who wants to be seen. Called the receptionist and asked what time they closed, she stated they take their last patient at 530pm. When I drove 30 miles there
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