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Children's Illnesses & Injuries

How to “poison proof” your home and what to do in an emergency

More than 90 percent of poisonings happen within the home, especially within the kitchen and...

Aspergers and Autism: What’s the difference?

Over the last decade, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Aspergers have steadily gained more...

How to recognize signs of a concussion

In recent years, concussions have been getting a lot of attention — especially surrounding...

What Can You Do if Your Child is Overweight?

It is now estimated that one in every five children in the US is overweight, a number that has...

4 safety tips for new college students on campus

4 tips for Fall Prevention Awareness Week

5 tips for ensuring food safety

4 tips for a safe and fun Labor Day

4 tips for a safe back-to-school experience

4 tips for effective autumn preparedness

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Kaitlyn Henry
Kaitlyn Henry
posted 6 months ago

If you have the ability to go early in the morning, I think that’s the only way you’ll avoid a multi-hour wait. Arrived at 6:50AM (doors open at 8AM, by that time there were 60+ people in line) and I was the ~20th person camping out in line. Got in the door at 8:40AM. Waited for a few minutes in the waiting room while they took my information. Test itself was quick (

philip mccluskey
philip mccluskey
posted 9 months ago

Courteous. Efficient. Competent.

I came in for a cut and they took care of me quickly. Place was very clean, too.

The last thing I wanted to do was go into a medical facility right now. I very much appreciated how professional yet human they were. Thanks to Tara and the whole team there. Doing a great job.