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Terra Lynne King
· September 13, 2017
My husband took my kids here because for the past 2 days they have been up all hours of the night coughing, runny nose, and sore throat. The doctor advised urgent care sense they couldn't see them unt...il Friday. My husband gets home and the paper work says they have gastroenteritis (stomach flu) and that they couldn't give them an excuse for school because their printer is down lmao! How did they get the other paper with what they were diagnosed with than � See More
Cindy Schuster O'Brien
· September 4, 2017
I was treated very kindly by the staff and doctors assistant who saw me and was in and out very quickly. They phoned in my meds, which really helped to speed me along my way, so I could get home and g...et in bed, where I belonged . Thank you all ! See More
Christine Clark Rydarowicz
· November 15, 2017
The staff was awesome, very thorough and friendly, I highly recommend. Very nice Urgent Care.
Stephanie Ann
· July 26, 2017
I go here all the time for emergencies. The wait depends on how busy they are. Staff is always friendly, and calls to see how we are doing.
SharlotandJohn Poulakos
· September 15, 2016
Very slow service and wouldnt recommend this place. Its clean inside but the service is so slow and you will need a thick blanket because they keep the waiting room like a walk in freezer. For a drug ...test for a job I was in the waiting room for almost an hour and in the back for another 30 min. while they tried to figure out codes. See More
Teresa Pagliaroli Benson
· June 22, 2017
I had a very good experience. Was in and out in less than one hour. Dr. was very nice and got to my problem immediately. I will definitely go back.
Melissa Keen
· March 30, 2017
Every member of the staff was wonderful. Friendly, professional, helpful...cannot say enough good about them. Wait was no longer than a normal doctors office visit. It was so convenient to have on sit...e X-ray and testing so I didn't have to run all over town while I'm sick. I received great care and will use them again. See More
Kendra Heim
· April 15, 2017
If I could rate this with zero stars, I would, don't ever go to medexpress. The doctor was extremely rude to me and they charged me $40 just to tell me to go to the emergency room. This is by far the ...worst experience I have ever had dealing with doctors. I wouldn't recommend their services to anyone! See More
Joe Sweeney
· November 9, 2016
Don't go here for a drug test!!! Waited 2 1/2 hours then they tell me they accidently threw out my urine sample!! ??? One minute it's there, the next it's not??? And I'd have to wait to pee again?...?? Then the nurse tells me "in the real world, this happens. " What the hell?! I should've known this place was a JOKE because while waiting in the waiting room the receptionist is sitting at the desk crying... Real professional place. Wow!!! The position I'm applying for will allow me to decide in the future where our drug testing will be done. I can tell you right now it won't be MED "Express. " What a joke. I wish I would have read their reviews before wasting my afternoon there. This is apparently an ongoing problem. See More
Sheila Porterfield
· October 13, 2016
Clean facility - friendly staff. My only complaint is wait time. With more people choosing to use MedXpress vs an ER (due to Obamacare!) You may want to hire more people to keep wait times down.
Julie Szabo-Smith
· February 10, 2017
I loved the Dr. And staff!!! I had to hardly wait at all & meds available on site. Very clean facility. Would highly recommend. Had great experience!
Darlene Joy
· June 2, 2017
They were so nice, & made me very comfortable. ��
Angela Lynne Patrick
· March 9, 2016
Very nice people and building. Will definitely go to this one over the Urgent Care
Judy Cresswell Truesdell
· October 29, 2014
By the time I got home my bandage was falling off. The tape supply for the week must not have arrived.
Sandy Sterner
· October 20, 2016
Had to go for a physical and drug screening didn't have to wait , staff was friendly and very clean faculty
Jenny Ranck Stringert
· August 22, 2014
First one there at 8 am and waited 20 min while everyone stood in back and gossiped. Ridiculous!!!!
Apryl StoryLyn
· November 9, 2016
Very slow service!!!
MikeandLaura Gonzalez
· October 1, 2013
They are so nice here and your ALWAYS in and out!
Jennifer Moore
· March 12, 2014
Very nice and willing to answer questions.. I'll return in my future needs
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From Pittsburgh to Jacksonville, to Chicago to Minneapolis, and everywhere in between, MedExpress is a proud supporter of Girls on the Run International. Committed to enhancing the health and wellness of the communities we serve, we feel honored to have helped nearly 40,000 girls on their journey to be confident, healthy and active. ❤️

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#DYK that colder temps don’t actually make you sick? Dr. Richard Boone, MedExpress, explains that this time of year you’re actually more likely to catch a cold indoors when you’re around others who are coughing and sneezing. Read the article from WINK News: http://bit.ly/2E7XTno

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