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Westbank Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic is conveniently located in Gretna, LA, just 5 minutes from downtown New Orleans. For more than 10 years we have served the people of Louisiana, providing a wide-range of medical services. We treat each patient with compassion and feature knowledgeable doctors and staff, using state of the art technologies. When it comes to meeting your family's medical needs, it's good to know Westbank Urgent Care can assist you outside regular business hours.
Fax: (504) 393-2744
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We are located next to the Winn-Dixie parking lot off Wall Blvd and Belle Chasse Hwy
Free Onsite Parking Free Wifi Handicap Accessible
BBB, Joint Commission Accredited, Urgent Care Center Accreditation
I live out of state ,but I work in Gretna 5 months out of the year. I have some kind of medical problem every time I'm here.Ive been coming to WBUCfor over 10 years now and they have always treated me extremely
Good.They are always polite,professional and knowledgeable. I always leave here feeling better!!
Urgent care?? That's a total laugh.. should be called "Slow as Hell freezing over" clinic.. be waiting 2 hours now.. when i got here.. took 30 mins to get in the back.. then another 30 mins or what until someone came in.. i fell asleep..
This is the first time I have used a "walk-in" clinic. I pulled a muscle in my back and was unable to get an appt. with an orthopaedic doctor sooner than 3 days away. I decided that I wanted relief sooner. The doctor seemed very knowledgeable concerning the interaction medication he was going to prescribe with the medications I was presently taking. He also suggested that we change the muscle relaxant I had taken previously. As I am also diabetic, he wanted to do a quick blood test to ensure that the medications and injections would not raise my blood sugar significantly.
It was an overall good experience and I would certainly return.
Very good help and very caring. I think they should stay open later then they do. Also watch out for the closing time. They will stop taking people when they think they have enough people in the waiting room. If they say they close at 8 p.m., they will close at 8, no matter who comes through the door.