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Founded in 1997, Immediate Care of Goldsboro is a walk-in medical care facility that provides treatment to patients with no need of appointments. The facility offers treatment related to bronchitis and sinusitis, as well as sprains, fractures and lacerations. It also provides on-site X-ray, electrocardiogram, and pulmonary function and drug and alcohol testing services. The facility conducts physical tests for sports and employment selection. It offers flu and pneumonia shots, as well as immunization services for individuals who are traveling abroad. The facility s staff includes more than 15 physicians who are board-certified in emergency medicine. Immediate Care of Goldsboro is located in Goldsboro, N.C.
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A+
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Regular Hours
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Payment method
visa, discover, paypal, insurance, mastercard
Location
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Categories
Urgent Care, Clinics, Medical Centers, Medical Clinics, Physician Assistants, Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Physicians & Surgeons, Occupational Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General
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Michael G.

05/21/2015

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As much as Dr's preach about stopping smoking, this facility refused to write a prescription for Chantix.
They lost out on 40 dollars as well as any future visits from me.

snafuguru

09/03/2012

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Although I had very little wai...

Although I had very little wait, I feel I get far better care, understanding and compassion from my primary care doctor, and it is cheaper with my insurance. I felt it a waste of time going there except I received a tetanus shot and an EKG. On the few times I have been there it's been possibly "urgent", once, at night or on a week-end, and I saw a PA (who seems fresh out of school). I pay the same regardless, and I'm charged for a "specialist" office visit plus an "after hours" charge. I'm thankful to have insurance. At least it wasn't an "ER Co Pay," with a 4-6 hour wait like at the ER. I by chance learned they owed me a $35 credit from improper billing from a prior visit after I asked them for a copy of my encounter form. When I asked why they didn't deduct that amount at that office visit I was told they usually give it back after 3 months. Well it had been over 5 months since I last saw them. I had just paid them $40 and requested a return of the money. I was told a doctor had to authorize it first then it would be sent within the next few weeks. I said Oh no! I want it this week if I have to come and get it. They expected payment at the time of the exam. I deserved repayment sooner than their policy. Three days later they called me saying a check was ready and they would mail it, I said no I would come and get it just in case it "got lost in the mail." Had I not noticed the credit, I don't know when I may have seen the refund. People...be sure to read your encounter forms no matter where you go, and ask questions if you don't understand something.