Before you go to Wake Forest Baptist Health, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Winston-Salem emergency room think.
Sherri R⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDr. Perry Shen is the finest surgeon you could hope to have if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having cancer. Saved my life! Literally!! And the nurses on floor 9 were absolute angels! They treated me like family and made the worst time of my life bearable. I can’t say enough good about the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest.Phyllis ScarceThis is a very old review. But I’d like people to know. In 2001, my child’s pediatrician sent us to the ER due to him having an illness with neurologic changes. He suddenly became ill with vomiting and was unable to sit up or support his body at all. He sent us there for evaluation. He had a head CT which was ok and neurology diagnosed him with inflammation of the cerebellum. He was discharged home. He became worse through the night and we drove to the local ER with my son limp in my arms. As a nurse practitioner I honestly thought that he wasn’t going to survive the ride to the hospital. At the local ER, I heard the physician talking on the phone to the neurology physician. They would not accept him back as a transfer because there was nothing they could do for him (because it was viral in their opinion). We went to duke and he was immediately admitted with further test including an MRI of the brain that showed an abnormality. He was there 4-5 days and at that point, I assumed he’d make a full recovery. He did not. He had inflammation on the brain that contributed to him being mentally handicapped. His life will never be normal. Working in the medical field as a nurse practitioner I know medical care is not perfect. I interpreted their refusal to accept and admit this infant back as blatant arrogance that may not have caused, but contributed to my child’s lifelong disability. Through the years I’ve often wished I could sit down with the neurologist from that night and tell them what an impact their lack of care had on our lives.Megan ElizabethIn the time that I have been in the waiting room, I have seen no one move. There are only five patients including me. A man is BEGGING for help because is colostomy bag is overflowing. I have been sitting next to someone’s urine that they will not remove for over an hour. And they are very aware of it too!! I have seen some very sick people get up and leave. There is a man bleeding profusely here and SEVERAL very sick people. None of us have been helped for hours! This is insane! DO NOT COME HERE!!! IF YOU WANT HELP YOU WON’T GET IT HERE!!Wendy LuffmanThe absolute worst in communication. Nobody knows anything and cant give you a straight answers. The doctors lack knowledge and people skills. These people were scaring us so much we went to Forsyth. If I could give out negative stars I would. Absolute worst.Eric Weiss⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️The medical and support staff are superior. However having to deal with finance is horrible. My insurance completely covers me. I get bills and I call and it’s corrected. One time I paid by accident and it’s become a complete fiasco, they sent multiple letters asking for payment even after they deposited the check. They “keep ” loosing or can’t find” the information I sent. They have even lost the canceled check I sent (registered mail). Fantastic place to be cared for.Matt MillerWorn, old, confusing. I had a bad experience and am pulling my body donation in favor of Duke. Just a messed up, low caliber place in general. Lots of good employees but infrastructure, rooms, technology old and in disrepair. I won’t be back. Promise. In my opinion their arrogance, inattention to detail, low staffing, inadequate pharmacy damn near killed me. Closest I have come to death. All preventable, all ignored.Donnie S.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe medical staff and volunteers here are super nice and friendly. Great medical care and the food is pretty good for it being ” hospital” foodmrs LL⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedATTN: Labor & Delivery-100% satisfaction! I have had 4 children, first three at a different place…I decided to try wake because of the alternative rooms as I wanted an epidural free birth which I felt at the other “place” was not an option, I felt more of a burden there. HERE…WOW! Everyone was completely on board with my decision and supported me through it all, it was the best experience I have ever had I can not thank this team of nurses and midwives enough! From the time I arrived until I left, I was heard and I felt like I finally had a voice in my birth! The rooms are INCREDIBLE, they did intermittent monitoring (this was completely amazing I am extremely grateful I wasn’t forced to be hooked up to a machine during my birth!) I was able to move around and do what my body wanted /needed to get my beautiful baby boy out! The nurses were so amazing doing all they could to help me massaging my back rubbing my hair getting me wet cloths for my head/neck! Aftercare was also just as amazing…i was able to hold my baby skin to skin immediately and keep him for as long as I wanted. there no rush to do all the other stuff! I am going to specifically name the wonderful people involved in my special birth because they were that great! I give a special thanks to Kim Fleming, CNM. Kasey Sprinkle, RN. Leeann Carpenter, RN. Scarlett Adams, NA. Zelvia F, RN. Christie Laney, RN. No question this is the BEST place hands down to have your baby! God Bless this place!Edward Pickert⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedBig big THANK YOU to the Burn Unit and the staff in 10 north. Spent 3 days in BU ICU and 3 days on the floor. While the hospital has some issues these nurses from charge to regular to student you couldn’t be better. All the support people on that floor are warm and caring. I thank each and every one of you. EdEdward BengivengaThe Billing and Finance Department is a Total Train Wreck! I love how Wake breaks all their own policy and procedures when it comes to your billing yet when its wrong you basically need an act of Congress to fix it. They have at times just made up a bill hoping I would pay it…Well they don’t know who they are dealing with! Yup we had over 980 K in hospital bills last year and I kept track of all of them. The latest dilemma is they will not put a bill that should have been for OPT out of insurance since our insurance will no longer cover Wake! But nope they refuse and expect me to pay more than double what any insurance company would be willing to pay. I have never worked with a more difficult facility in Healthcare that claim they care about people. I realize this is a teaching Hospital but for Pete’s sake I have a real job I shouldn’t have to teach you people how to do their job!Maxine PackagePhysician care, knowledge base, expertise, skill level, patient rapport, empathy, and any other quality needed for the making of a qualified professional medical caregiver are not visible or demonstrated in the people who are attempting to practice what they call medicine at Wake Forest Baptist medical center. After two admissions to their facilities, both times transported from a rural hospital for what was supposedly to be improved care, the care given was subpar on all levels. The only department that i could give praise to would be housekeeping who kept the room clean. Nurses did not follow standard of care protocols on many levels. Physicians did not review the chart nor familiarize themselves with the daily response to their treatment before seeing the patient which should be done before entering a patient’s room. A lack of respect for the patient as an individual; coordinating the care in response to the entire patient and not just body parts; seeking out answers rather than justifying what they could not find; i could go on. If these are the doctors of our future, we are in deep trouble. The physicians mentoring these interns took no interest in their scope of practice which was evident by the lack of knowledge that was presented by the team that were responsible for my care. Having worked in a teaching facility known for excelling in excellence for many years, i am familiar with the level of expertise that it takes to produce quality medical professionals. Wake Forest falls very short of this mark. I hope i am never in need of extended medical care again. If so, if my only choice is Wake Forest Baptist medical center, i will decline transfer and take my chances at a rural hospital.Audrey RyanWent with my niece to WFBH ER on Thursday January 23rd. I have not been to ER area since 2013. Although the ER was under construction I found it to be understaffed and dirty. The waiting room was full and the sitting area seemed small. There were 2 ladies working at the reception desk. They seemed stressed and unhappy. I honestly understand as I would hate to have had their job that particular night. The ER area itself was overcrowded with patients. There were many “makeshift” rooms separated by curtains. As an observer, I noticed patients had no privacy. I felt as if I was in a run downed, poor, inner city hospital which had no funding. If you live in the WS area you know WFBH has money to do better. The area my niece was in had medical supplies / used / trash on the floor. One nurse had a mask on. My niece overheard a very loud conversation this nurse had with a staff member. The nurse was angry, stating she was being forced to work with a 101 degree temperature. She was loud with her talk and dropped the “F” bomb many times. My doctor is a WFBH doctor and I love her. I understand the ER is no pie job. However, I expect a better patient / customer experience. When I finally got home, I took a long hot shower. I felt as if I brought home every germ from the ER. I am not sure if my review even matters to the Administration at WFBH. However, please know I blame you. ADMINISTRATION sets the tone for staff The workers need a better environment to work in. Customers deserve a better patient experience. I hope your customer service improves.Marcy HubbardI cannot believe this place!!! Apparently since they have taken over Wataugua hospital they bill two separate and they DO NOT TELL YOU!!!! So even though I received a bill from the hospital I received NO BILL from wake forest and no cell phone message as they said. Now I am in collections for a bill I didn’t even know I had! I hate this place and the care they provide in Boone! The WORST PLACE EVER!!!! I wouldn’t be surprised if they have multiple malpractice law suits!Lynn SloanON February 16th my Wife Monica was taken to the WFUBMC ER due to complications of psneumonia. She was admitted into the ER at 1600 and as of February 17th at 1700 she has yet to be admitted into a roomm because of boarding issues. She had a lung aspiration done and is now sitting still in the ER in the hallway….. This is totally uncalled for…. She is still in pain and we are waiting on the proper medical assistance from this facility…… after this experience I will never step foot into another WFUBMC location for medical help!Hubbard Family Hubbard⭐️⭐️We have been visiting and using this hospital for years. This recent emergency visit has been horrid. We came straight to ICU. These are brilliant doctors but have no communication skills. This leads to frustration between family and patients that are already in trauma. DR.Van Walter was the rudest doctor I’ve ever encountered. My mom did not understand a highly intelligent doctors terms. Mom ask her options and was told she could try meds first then if did not lower her heart rate we could do the cardioversion ( shocking heart back into rythm.) when meds did not work ( which was option provided by the Dr Rose ( if not option or not best don’t mean ruin it ) Dr.Van actually yelled at us with my mom in ICU stating if you didn’t want our help take her to the parking lot. I am not trying to scare or be rude but she can’t continue this heart rate. ( well he was the doctor why didn’t he have someone come and say it’s time for the cardioversion. He says we refused ( we did not … huge communication issue) then DR van stated I do. It have time to sit here and discuss I have a airlift patient coming in … what the heck. Us as well as the other attending physicians stood there with shock. The attending physicians as professionals tried to smooth his rudeness away by saying he is stressed. Well excuse me we are in ICU and depended on your help. Then we say okay whatever he thought we said no to.. let’s get it rolling. They all agreed. This would be done same evening. Oops remember Van screaming you have 2 hours maybe 2 days but your heart can’t stand this rythm. They gave mom a food tray. So now they come back remember life threatening and say we can’t do until tomorrow. Are you guys okay with that we say yes. Nurse first shift leaves… 2nd shift we ask nurse what time is procedure she said there is nothing scheduled. We say what????!!! Heart rate still at 140Beats a min. Oh now it’s a holiday we don’t have staff ( excuse me ???? We are so frustrated by this and had to share. Through gods grace the medication did actually work that night to keep her heart rate down. ( we did finally still need the cardioversion but it did not happen until Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Dr. Cole Phillips was the most professional and well mannered doctor we could not have made it through this horrible experience without him. Chris Woods our attending nurse was outstanding as well. People are scared when they come here they do not need to be screamed at or not expect to have questions. So my advise to you doctor Van if you don’t have time to talk or speak to a family in a better manner don’t even come in the room. I do appreciate what you did for our family but it could’ve been some much smoother. Remember my mom has a cardiologist here at baptist … we seen him once. There needs to be a trust factor for patients and their trusted doctor. Please. Share this with everyone you see…. My Best, Hubbard FamilyWilliam Teetsell⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThank you Martha Jane Guilbault, PA-C for your expert service yesterday, and thank you for your service to the United StatesJulie Hunt⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Needed a wheelchair this morning at 7:30 a.m. when we arrived at Reynolds Tower for P.E.T. scan appointment. Asked security sitting at a desk for a wheelchair for my 88 year old father in law. He stated I would need to go to Ardmore Tower and ask for wheelchair. WHAT???!! I’m 62 years old and not in the best of shape, but I secured a wheelchair and ended up being tardy for appointment. What happened to service???Michelle HegeThe ER is a mess you can wait up to 8 hours in the waiting and when you get back to see the Doctor, it’s a waiting again. If you are going to have all those Doctors in the ER, let’s use then on all not just on one personWes HallWhen Wake takes over small practices, customer service at those practice generally goes downhill. I’m now searching for a new doctor after being at Thomasville Family Practice for eighteen years. When Wake bought Cornerstone there were going to be no changes according to Wake. Which of course was nonsense, or just an outright lie. The providers and most staff are still nice people but Wake’s policies and their profit over patient model make it hard for them to keep a family atmosphere. It’s all about how many patients can be seen. More patients=more moneyqvaughtRun from this place we were lied to they couldn’t get the insurance right at any point through this thing and they can’t get there billing correct either. I was however told that if I had had no insurance they could help waiv some expense but since they had been paid close to 1m they could do nothing I am beginning to see why we have so many dead beats in this country they tend to do a lot better than those of us who try to be productive.Dawna Compton⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️My child has been seen here to manage a few chronic conditions for years. The quality of care is excellent, the providers are top notch, and the facility is great. Just a couple of issues. After 20 years being treated here, it is frustrating to have to fight with the hospitalists to get him on the right nutrition plan while in patient. Not like all his info isn’t listed right there on Epic. They limit him when his prescribed diet is double portion and extra meals. This goes on for days when we are trying to get him to gain weight. The stupidest thing this hospital does is the security guard at the entrance on weekends and holidays. These are the times when the fewest visitors come to the hospital yet people have to jump through the biggest hoops. Guests are largely unchecked once passing that desk. Anyone can come to this hospital, say Thursday at 2pm, and bring all manner of nefarious items without being stopped, questioned, identified, or noticed. The weekend “security theater” is annoying, rude, and an embarrassment to this institution. I would have less of an issue if this was an everyday process but instead we are all bothered by a stupid process which does nothing to make things safer or better.Victoria FriedmannMy daughter just had a baby last and it was the worst night of me and my family’s life we are from out of town and and we wanted to be in my daughter’s room with her Dearing this experience of the birth of the new baby but they were always running us out of the room and we missed so much it is the worst hospital in the state for having a baby and her others two little childern toddlers did not get to be with Mom like they should and they made us leave right after baby was born because of her other little one was to loud she will never have a baby there again you can’t eat in the room or even order food to take home I guess they expect you to eat food out on the street not ever one can afford to eat at restaurants thereRachel SandersI was highly disappointed by their lack of professionalism in billing, records transfer, costumer service, and communication. I highly recommend going somewhere else for any of your medical needs.Duane Gaylord⭐️⭐️⭐️I wish I could give more than one rating. The cancer surgeon and his team were fantastic! His pre-surgery care, tests and counsel was as good as it can get. I would rate him a 5-star. But, the pain management doctor/team over-dosed my wife on opioid pain drugs causing her to become none responsive to any stimuli. Her numbers in critical areas were bad and so they had to call in an emergency team who administered the drug narcan to her. It saved her life. This is the same drug they give drug addicts when they over-dose and are at risk of death. The day after, the pain management doctor took a long time to come to her room to explain what happened. When he did, he downplayed it, as if we were ignoramuses, and qualified it as if she just got overly sleepy. Sad-sack! He was firmly challenged by me for being dishonest and lying. No one gets Narcan for just being sleepy. I give him and his department ZERO stars. I will stop here!Bryant Swayne⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAlways enjoy my visits there..Drs and staff are always very helpful and kindSuni Bumgarner⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHands down the BEST care I could have imagined for my son! Everyone was attentive to his needs and my concerns. Amazing team of Physicians and Nurses!Tina Graham⭐️⭐️I have had a few experiences here at wake forest. My mother in law was a patient last year. She received great care as long as she was on a unit such as ICU or the cancer unit. But once on a floor the care was not as good. Late getting breakfast or cleaning her up. If a family member had not been with her at all times care would not have been given. My daughter in laws farger is there now. He was diagnosed with GBS. He can not move. She had to leave him to come home to take care of her children. He was moved to the floor out of the unit. It is now 1115 and he still has not had breakfast or been cleaned. He is wanting to leave. She is upset. Great doctors but poor floor care. This is 2 bad experiences with care on the floorN Givonnie⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy mother was a patient at this hospital. I also was a patient in 2017 i had back surgery an the care team that cared for me was a great group of people. I was hospitalized there for three months. I went in with very bad back pain I didn’t know what was going on.but they immediately got down to the bottom of what was causing the pain,an immediately we decided that surgery was the best option to releave it. I went into surgery that night an Dr.Hart was the head surgeon. Im so happy to say the pain is gone an i feel so much better. Thank you Dr.Hart an everyone else who took very good care of me for those three months.Lauren AccorAbsolute worst service in the ED. Don’t go in an actual emergency if you want to live. They had people waiting who were bleeding, passing out, and with neck braces on for hours. My sister arrived by ambulance at 12:00 pm and they are still in the emergency room (not an actual room) now at almost 11:00 pm “running tests”.Ashley VictoriaI am not fond of judgemental people. I can say most of the medical staff is courteous. But I absolutely feel as if family was misdiagnosed as well as judged by looks. They made my other half feel completley uncomfortable and discrimination isn’t the word to use. If you work in the medical field you cannot judge apon appearances and or your opinion. Also in the medical field it is not only inappropriate but unprofessional to exhibit attitude to any client. It’s also pretty illegal. My other half really needed this rehab program but felt so uncomfortable with one staff member getting literally in his face we’ve decided to discontinue use of this facility. You shouldn’t be at a job for a paycheck, especially when your dealing with patients who are recovering from being critically ill.jmw545⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Have been a customer of WFBH for many years, and the medical care has been mostly excellent. But the finance/billing can be a pain. And the parking is confusing.Ethan MacKAy⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAbsolutely top notch care. The staff is incredible and has made my nearly two week stay very comfortable. Every step of the way I was kept informed of exactly what was going on with my care. The fact that I was not only included in, but seemed to be an essential part of the decisions about my care is an experience I haven’t received before at other hospitals. Sure the ER can be a little busy sometimes, but that is typical of any decent sized hospital. Their triage process ensures that those who need to go back first will do just that. Unfortunately everyone in the waiting room thinks that they must be in the worst shape ever. (Sorry about the rant) Anyway, this is truly one of the best hospitals in North Carolina and their burn team is second to none.Detra BennettI’ve always heard good things but we have had the worst experience ever at this hospital. My husband had a Baja implant which fell out and then scheduled a second time. We were told to be here at a certain time and Dr. Gandalfi arrived an hour after his scheduled surgery. One nurse even asked him about his cancer when he doesn’t have cancer! They never know what’s going on! In fact he came to get medical records and they handed them over without a mention of ID!!!Gary Justice⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI cannot express the great love and kindness that has been given me at the hospital. My neurologist and icu staff and each employee that was in contact with me was fabulous. My God Bless you all in Christ name Gary JusticeAngie DoubI think this hospital is a joke. They took my son away from me. His xrays showed up a month after his death. They could have saved his life if they knew what they were doing.Andrea Mewhinney⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedPreferable to area regional facilities. Well trained, empathetic staff.Terry Barton⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis hospital cured my neck and head cancer 2 stage 4 lumps 35 radiations 2 good doses chemo 16 months later still in full remission.Angela D⭐️⭐️Nurses were great. Couldn’t get outta bed and want to go home. I’m exscaping tomorrow. Don’t stop hereBrad ScamardoUnbelievable slow and uncaring staff at this hospital emergency room. 3.5 hours wait so far and no doctor in sight.Tommy CaseyI had MRI on my back and information was sent to Wake Forest Neurology by my family physician approximately a week ago. I never heard anything back about an appointment. I called the Neurology office today and spoke with Stephanie and she said that they had reviewed and finished my information and she would set me up an appointment now. So I had to call to get the appointment – no one ever called me. So she is gathering information – then we get to insurance info and I told her my insurance info and it is a commercial insurance. She said that is not insurance. Well that is all I could see on the card was Benefit Plan Administrators. I ask if she could call my family physician office to get the insurance since she kept saying it was not right. She was rude! She said NO I can not call your doctor! She also said I can not make you an appointment until I get the correct insurance info! My family physician sent all the information and the insurance information to the Neurology office a week prior. So I said ok and goodbye and ended the call. This gave me a bad vibe with Stephanie and WFB Neurology . It appeared to me all she was interested in was money! She was not helpful at all even after I told her I could not see anything else on the insurance card. I have insurance and it pays…well… and Wake Forest Baptist is in the network. Carilion is also in the network so I will attempt to get in with them now. I guess Stephanie didn’t want my business. Stephanie in my opinion lacks in customer service skills and was rude.Sniper1 Wolf87⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️The burn unit here is awesome. The care my child recieved was exceptional. I will however mention that during our week in the facility I had to bring up some issues involving gossip among staff. The intensive care is no place for snide remarks and blame. Family members be mindful that if in the unfortunate event you would have to visit the unit, request that your family be treated with respect and privacy to some extent. I couldn’t tell you how many times I felt my child was nothing more than a side show attraction. Too many observers and idiotic comments causing nothing more than agitation and stress for the patient. Other than that the doctors, therapists, and some nurses were very attentive and thorough with our family. The social worker was very helpful and very knowledgeable.Lana Jordan⭐️⭐️Rude and idiotic. Not trustworthy. My father was hit by a car while riding a bicycle. He went to the ICU, and was eventually moved to a hospital room, then transferred to a different hospital. They took care of him physically, but not emotionally. Everyone had a severely pessimistic tone when they spoke about him, right over his body. And every bit of communication we had with doctors/nurses/employees at Baptist was disjointed. The communication with our family could not have been worse, really. At one point they were telling us we should probably pull the plug, so we thought we had lost our father. Then 15 minutes later the doctor said he’d mixed up the patients. Our Dad would likely recover, to walk and talk etc. Now he is slowly recovering at a much better, more nurturing facility.Mec Fossette⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTop notch! WF offers the best care, clean rooms, excellent testing/imaging services in the area. The physicians are very knowledgeable with a caring and professional manner and the nurses are very attentive and focused on providing quality care for their patients. This hospital is a dependable and reliable place when/if you are in need of care-services.Triple GCame for a mental evaluation, lasted 7 hours and costed me $717…and we wonder why so many people don’t go get checked out for their problems?Sandy ReitzelI called to pay my monthly payment of more than $160 and they took it out twice. Still trying to get it reversed and I have had to call twice. This sucks. I won’t do this again.Love Creek StudiosWe were previously with Cornerstone: we had excellent care and it was generally easy to deal with the insurance and billing end of things. Then Wake Forest Baptist Health bought them out. While we had the same providers, their Billing is absolutely inept. They cannot deal with dual insurance situations. And when my spouse had an car accident and our car insurance stepped in, it was an absolute nightmare. No other medical practice was this horrible. Cone, the EMS service, and others all dealt with our insurer (and gee, they were glad to get paid top dollar). But WF has showed no understanding and no willingness to work with us… even though they are getting paid. I will miss the care but there are other doctors and I won’t have to deal with this insanity. (Arrgh, and it is even worse as I have a primary coverage at work and Medicare,
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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Winston-Salem?
Yes, of course. The Wake Forest Baptist Health is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Wake Forest Baptist Health is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem
The full address is 1 Medical Center Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27157, United States.
◼️ What’s Wake Forest Baptist Health phone number?
The phone number of Wake Forest Baptist Health is +1 336-716-2011. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 36.0901838 and a longitude of -80.2701604.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Wake Forest Baptist Health?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Wake Forest Baptist Health may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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