Wonderful experience all the way around from check in, nurse interview, doctor to the blood draw. Everyone was friendly and professional. My problem was diagnosed quickly.

Very friendly staff. Took care of my needs. Needed my cdl renewed and they were very efficient in taking care of me. Wonderful doctor.

I got in quickly and was able to see the Dr. They explained the medication ahead of time and I was pleased with their service. The Nurses were great too.

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When do we need to go to the ER or call 911? If you or someone you know is experiencing life-threatening illness or injury that includes: someone who is unconscious, gasping for air or not breathing, experiencing an allergic reaction, having chest pain, having uncontrollable bleeding, or any other symptoms that require immediate medical attention please call 911 or go directly to an ER facility.

See the list below for guidance on what situations require ER treatment

Signs or symptoms of stroke or heart attack, which includes face drooping, arm weakness, speech difficulty

Falls from greater than 7 feet

Amputation of a body part

Loss of consciousness

Near drowning

Infants less than 6 months of age or with a temperature greater than 103 degrees

Pregnancy bleeding or complications

Open or angulated fractures

Electrical shock

Severe choking (cannot breathe or talk)

Life-threatening allergic reactions

Severe abdominal pain

Severe burns