Promedica Urgent Care in Toledo, OH with Reviews -
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  • 1.Promedica Urgent Care

    6711 Airport Hwy


    7.99 mi

  • 2.Pro Medica Urgent Care

    3316 Navarre Ave


    4.62 mi

  • 3.Promedica Urgent Care-Sylvania

    5700 Monroe St Unit 111


    6.71 mi

  • 4.ProMedica Urgent Care - Maumee

    217 Golden Gate Plz


    8.26 mi

  • 5.Promedica Urgent Care-Perrysburg

    25950 Dixie Hwy


    10.26 mi

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By: Rebecca D.
West Toledo Urgent Care
I went there just this week. Second time being there and it's been great. Staff was highly professional and friendly. Doctors and RN's were awesome. The doctor knew exactly what I had and I will be coming back. I am in search for family doctor but I would rather want a doctor who knows my symptoms and knows how to treat.Doctors who care about their patients well being is hard to come by.I am giving this practice 5 stars.I left a very happy patient.
By: Lindsey B.
West Toledo Urgent Care
I live about 25 minutes from this urgent care but it is definitely worth the trip. I usually go to the urgent care in Maumee but went here one day after work due to it being so close, and I was in and out. This is now my go to when me or my son are sick. We never have had to wait more than 15 minutes. Dr. Brent is awesome and very patient! The staff is also very friendly!
By: Thomas H.
West Toledo Urgent Care
I have been there twice in the last month and a half. Very pleased both times. The receptionist was pleasant, but the nurse and Dr. Brent were very professional and pleasant. I am very pleased.
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By: Sylvia B.
West Toledo Urgent Care
This Urgent Care is minutes from my home, and I just found out about them. I called to ask some questions, and the nurse/receptionist (Ann) who answered was quite rude. She audibly huffed before she answered my question. I have never been there before, and now I never will. I'd rather drive 30 minutes to the Urgent Care with the friendlier staff.
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By: Amy C.
West Toledo Urgent Care
I sent my son here . They did no tests, no X-rays , no nothing except write him a script. My bill was $420!! Of which I owe $176 after insurance. What urgent care charges that much?? Myself and everyone I told cannot believe it. Highly disappointed and I recommend to stay away from this highway robbery place!
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By: Shelley R.
West Toledo Urgent Care
I recently came in to have an infection taken care of by their staff. I received professional care and excellent information on what to do. The staff was knowledgeable and attentive to all my needs. This visit took less than 20 minutes. This was a great experience and I would not hesitate to go there again.
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By: Jim R.
West Toledo Urgent Care
Went in for a sore throat yesterday.i was in and out of the place in 15 ta 20 minutes.They were professional nice and straight to the point.This is the only urgent care i will ever go to.
By: mustangjill
Reed Vision By Mercy
I can't believe how fast they worked us in....We were a first time client and they worked us in 24 hours after I sent them an email asking about information. Once there, everyone was very nice and effecient. Dr. Schmidt was nice and familiar with cases such as my daughter. I felt very confident in their care and staff and would definately reccomend them to anyone that needs a Pediatric Ophthalmologist.
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