Not pressed! They turned away an active duty military member with an obvious injury. Their reason? This doctor doesn't treat people in pain. They were obviously bothered to be interrupted from looking through their magazine. When asked for a location that actually practices medicine they gave down the street as opposed to an address. One final note. When we called to make sure they have an x-Ray machine no comment was made about their practice of not practicing medicine. Why do you have xray equipment if you don't treat people in pain...as broken bones tend to hurt!
When we took our young daughter in with a high temperature and bad cough we were bracing ourselves for the grueling wait that most parents have to sit through. If you have ever been up all night with a sick child you know how that is. We were quite suprised when we only waited about twenty minutes. The Practioner, nurses, and secreterial staff were all very polite and understanding of our child's needs and our exhastion. We were in and out within and hour with the medicine she needed to get better.