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Recent Urgent Care Reviews in Tucson

  • A
    Carondelet Medical Group
    It was wonderful. They took my insurance with no problem. I got in, got my medicine, and got better.
    - Pat S.
  • A
    Northwest Medical Center
    The urgent care center was convenient and easy to find. They had me in a treatment room within 15 minutes and the doctor gave me a through eye exam. I was given 2 prescriptions and they took care of my problem.
    - Cynthia L.
  • A
    I'm not sure how to respond to this part of the survey. One of the things that is refreshing about Velo Med is that the patients are not just numbers or charts. When I went in with my eye situation, the doctor remembered who I was and asked how my wife was doing. Also, the day after my visit, his Staff called to inquire about how my eye was getting along.
    - James P.
  • A
    Northwest Medical Center
    They are very good, especially their outpatient surgery in particular. I saw them last in 2005. I went to recovery afterwards after they took out the rod and the procedure only took 1/2 day. Everything went okay, it was beautifully done, and quick and swift. I would definitely go back to them, as it was a wonderful experience. I got a lot of help from the nurses, the doctor was right on, was in and out fast, and it was a painless as possible. They get high ratings from me.
    - Daniel D.
  • A
    NextCare Urgent Care
    They got me in right away because of the red streaks. It ended up being MRSR, which is a drug resistant staff. They changed my medication for a more aggressive treatment. That treatment worked, and my finger is healed. The staff was kind, caring, paid attention to my questions, and I appreciated that I got 2 follow up calls- one to upgrade my medication, and one to find out how the new treatment was working.
  • A
    Northwest Urgent Care At Duval Mine Road
    After spending a week in the hospital and having a surgical procedure I was instructed to do dressing changes twice a day. I needed wound care supplies and did not know where to go. I went back to the urgent care unit and they looked up local distributors and gave me a list including printed Google maps. Since it was Sunday they gave me enough supplies to last until I could contact the distributors. Amazing Customer Service.
    - RON P.
  • A
    NextCare Urgent Care
    Tech soaked off my homemade bandage and cleaned the wound, MD examined and x-rayed (explaining why an x-ray was needed) and explained possible consequences of injury (loss of finger mobility). He treated wound to keep nail from coming off and bandaged it. Then tech put on amazing protective device and MD advised me on subsequent home care procedures. Took 4 months for new nail and about 8 months for numbness to disappear, which is more or less what the MD said would happen. ON-line sign-in procedure is a nuisance and was impossible to do once when I had pneumonia and couldn't think straight so I refused to use it. They also have a follow-up by phone procedure to get results of tests and I've never (in 3 visits) been able to get that to work successfully. But the MD's, nurses and techs I've dealt with there have always been great, caring and willing to explain things.
    - Beth G.
  • A
    NWMC Marana Urgent Care
    I sliced my finger with a table saw and was immediately seen by Dr Scott.  I had to have Xray to see if saw cut bone; which it did.  At that point, Dr Scott was only able to apply anesthetic, wash out, administer IV antibiotic. He said that he couldn't stitch due to bone being cut.  Dr Scott advised me I had to see Hand Surgeon.  Dr. Scott and staff went on to call 3 different hand surgeons before one could see me. I saw Dr Scotts frustration when 2 Dr's wouldn't see me. At that point, while waiting for 3rd Dr to return call, I called my own Orthopedic office and they saw me immediately. (See review, Dr Sharpio, Tucson Orthopedic Institute). I would like to commend Dr Scott and his staff for all the effort.
    - John F.
  • A
    La Paloma Urgent Care
    It went well. We arrived, checked in and in under ten minutes they brought us into the 'operating room', which looked just liked one in a hospital. The doctor cleaned the wound and applied medical superglue (it is purple) in layers to the wound. He was genial, trying to put me at ease (I was still a little in shock from my accident, so I trembled a lot anyway). It was over in about 15 minutes and we went home!
    - Laura T.
  • B
    Tucson Medical Center
    I had a few problems, but I feel they are average and I will certainly go back.  The emergency staff was good and I was admitted there as well.  The nursing staff was average.  The medical and emergency rooms were excellent.  I was undergoing through a lot of pain, but they knew I wasn’t going to die.  I will use them again in the future.
    - S. Burton R.
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