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Pediatric urgent care
Urinary tract infection
Accepts insurance & self-pay
Located inside CVS Pharmacy. Clinic is closed between 1:00-2:00 pm on Monday, 1:00-2:00 pm on Tuesday, 1:00-2:00 pm on Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 pm on Thursday, 1:00-2:00 pm on Friday, 1:00-1:30 pm on Saturday, and 1:00-1:30 pm on Sunday.
CVS MinuteClinic is a retail clinic inside of CVS Pharmacy in Somerville and is open today from 9:00AM to 5:30PM. They are located at 215 Alewife Brook Pkwy and open7 days per week. Of course it's always best to call in advance to confirm hours of operation before walking in.
Retail clinics offer a wide range of services overlapping considerably with those of a traditional walk-in urgent care center. That said, they are usually staffed by a Practitioner (NP) rather than a medical doctor and generally do not have an on-site x-ray or lab services, which will prevent them from seeing patients with more advanced injuries and illnesses.
CVS MinuteClinic has received an average rating of2.4 stars out of 5 across more than 17 total reviews.
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Insurance is accepted as payment for visits and services at this clinic.
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arrived, signing in was a drag because you have to stand at a computer. i do not know how impaired, elderly, non-english-proficient, etc. people do it. i barely could. sat down at 12:30 and at 12:55 the door opens and i am told i can’t be seen due to a 1:00 lunch break. which is an hour long. i point out the time is not yet 1:00 and that i have 40 mins invested. not good enough. am told to go to another place, which really annoys me. i could have been informed upon arrival that it would not work out, but no. furthermore, in all my jobs, i never thought to turn away someone, even when they showed up at 5. mostly i ate lunch at my station or before work, like everybody else. finally, since lunch time is often the only time when a working person can go to an appointment, so being closed at lunch is nonsensical. i compare this to the RI registry of motor vehicles, the worst place to end up at lunchtime. why? because they essentially shut down, leaving minimal staff. being compared to the RIDMV in Rhode Island qualifies as a grave insult. so i went across the street to urgent care, the competition, and was treated like royalty. eat at your desk, what is wrong with you?
4 years ago
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