- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Fri
- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Emergency Medicine
- Family Practice
- by Alice C. on 08/22/2015
Horrible experience there. The receptionist was very rude and mean. Witnessed her being very rude to a Hispanic man who couldn't speak much English. She said they didn't have any forms in Spanish and that he couldn't be seen unless he fills them out. Terrible insensitive place! The nurse and Dr however were nice and helpful
- by Lisa M. on 04/19/2015
Don't go here. I got diagnosed with Shingles and did not get anything for pain. Not even Gabapentin. Anyone knows how awful the pain from Shingles is. I had to go back to another urgent care and pay AGAIN to get the Gabapentin.
- by Calvin F. on 10/14/2014
I was quoted $179 for a walk-in and 1 lab over the phone. The wait time was supposed to be 30 minutes. We waited 5 hours, spent less than a half an hour with a doctor and a nurse, and were billed $410. This place is a complete scam.
- by victorianartist on 04/08/2013
The front desk receptionist /office person is rude, cold-hearted, and insensitive to people. It's the tone of voice she takes, she practically yells and is totally unprofessional. I do NOT understand why people like this work in the medical field. Urgent Care should urgently replace her. This is at the Patton Ave location. People are already dealing with enough when they walk into a place and the last thing they need to deal with is being yelled at. And she also YELLS across the lobby how much patients need to pay and WE NEED THAT PAYMENT UP FRONT!
- by p_offed on 06/05/2012
DO NOT GO HERE!!!! My son had an ear ache and we thought something so simple wouldn't be a whole lot more expensive than taking him to his primary doctor. We were SO wrong. A physician's assistant looked in his ear, prescribed a Z pack, and the bill was $327!!!! Our insurance paid $291 and we had to pay a $35 co-pay. They should change their name from Sisters of Mercy to Sisters of Money!!! What a rip!!! The ER would have been cheaper!