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By: Cameron B.
Okay I used to come here alot I would be willing to go to my family doc if I knew it was going to take this long I been here an hour and a half there was one person in the room and one in chair waiting I'm coughing and I am sick hints the reason I'm here u don't want to set out here sick I didn't take a day off work to set here and stare at greating cards I have left and came back and I'm still waiting after reading the last review I am thinking about just walking out it needs to be renamed to two hour clinic, save your time go to urgent care same wait better outcome at least you have a real doctor telling you whats wrong with you. And apparently I'm here another hour the computer said I had one person in front of me well ha It was wrong!!! There was two some guy walked in here and set down then went straight back. Never again !!!!
By: Leszek P.
Do not go there. I took my 4 year old son there and we had to wait 2h 15min. When we finally got in, we were told that the only thing they can do for us is to check his fever and we have to go to urgent care. There was only three people in front of us and it took 2,5 h. It is not single example. I went there few months ago to get flu shot and i gave up after 1,5 h of waiting. Save your time. Do not go there.
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