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Shelby Acord
· September 22, 2017
I was here Tuesday afternoon around 4:30, sicker than a dog. The worst sore throat I've ever had, swollen lymph does, fever, sweaty, extreme back pain. The ARPN I saw I've never been fond of, she come...s off as condescending. She asked if I had the flu shot, I told her no but I'd already had the flu this year. She looked at me like I was a complete idiot. I recognize that it wasn't flu season when I tested positive. My response was "look in my chart because I tested positive for the flu here." She looked at my tHroat, said it was not red. THERE'S NO WAY. Flu test was negative, she told me to go home and take ibuprofen. I laid in bed for 2 DAYS, with the same symptoms and finally went to the ER yesterday because I couldn't possibly handle another minute. I have 4 young children that need a mother that is well. I was in the ER for 15 minutes and sent home with 3 medications. This morning I feel like a whole new person! My advice, stay away! It would not have put you out to prescribe a Z-PAC. I will NEVER go back there. Stick to your regular physician guys! See More
April Veal
· December 1, 2016
Their posted hours are 8am-7pm today, December 1, 2016. At 1:30pm there no one there. No sign up stating when someone will return and when I call the number on the business card I took from the desk,... a recording answers that the voice mailbox is full. It doesn't even answer with a greeting or anything. Very unprofessional and a total waste of time and gas to drive there for nothing. I even browsed at Walmart for a half hour and still, nobody there. Lights off and gate is up. See More
Rebecca Johnson
· December 21, 2016
Always fast and easy. Great doctors too! Recommend to anyone

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