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By: melislw
Memorial Health Center
I took my daughter into the Memorial Health Center for a rapid strep test after being exposed to strep throat and coming down with a soar throat and fever.The front desk staff was very nice and professional.We got back to have the test within a few minutes of our arrival.The RN that saw us was so sweet to my daughter, talking to her, getting her a movie to watch and making her feel a little bit more comfortable. She explained every test she did (which my daughter age 7 appreciated). The strep test results were back quickly.The doctor came in a talked to us for a few minutes and checked to make sure there was nothing else going on with her throat, as her tonsils were quite swollen.We walked out with a prescription in hand (the actual meds not just a script) within an hour.For urgent care, this was exceptional service in a very timely manner.
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By: Peter H.
Sea-Mar Community Health Center
Two extraction in one day. Really helpful and will return for more work.They had given me a nitrous gas for the extraction. You will have to ask them about it. But it helps out with any anxiety. The dentist did not waist any time. Pulled them out so fast , I did not know he had pulled out.
By: Sheryl W.
Sheryl Wagner ND
The new address is 11815 NE HWY 99 unit D. Vancouver WA 98686. it is right behind the Chucks Produce on HWY 99, Next to Salmon creek family chiropractic. phone number is 360-433-2727
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