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Medical Arts-Health Ctr

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400 Burdick Expy E, Minot, ND 58701

(701) 857-5000

Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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400 Burdick Expy E

Minot, ND 58701

Health Center-Medical Arts

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (701) 857-7382

TollFree: (800) 598-1205

TollFree: (800) 862-0005


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If you don't want to suffer in...

If you don't want to suffer in pain for months go somewhere else.



Drive 2 hours to Bismarcks hos...

Drive 2 hours to Bismarcks hospitals. This hospital is a complete joke. My husband went to convenience care and was diagnosed with pneumonia in both lungs. They gave him a 5 day z pack, and inhaler and cough medicine with codiene. I am not a doctor, but you are supposed to be coughing the phlegm out, not keeping it in, and that is what the cough surup does. After 3 days, he still isnt feeling any better, so he goes to the Emergency Room because its Sunday and he cant breathe. There are a few people in front of him and the triage nurse asks him where he went for treatment before, he told her that he went to convenience care. She said "we call that inconvenience care because they are really bad doctors there". A man comes in with a very high fever, and vomiting. The nurses call the cops and tell them that these people are on drugs. The cops search them and come up with nothing. The woman says "if we were on drugs, do you really think we would be at the hospital?". A man comes in with a sprained ankle and is seen right away, while my husband is sitting there unable to breathe. What is wrong with these people?

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