OPEN SINCE 09' ---ALL RECS ARE FOR 1 YEAR (12 MONTHS)
NEW PATIENT'S $35 - RENEWAL'S (any doctor) $30!! (MENTION WEEDMAPS FOR DISCOUNT)
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, WALK-INS WELCOME!
ALL PATIENTS ARE EVALUATED BY A CALIFORNIA LICENSED M.D.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US, & ONE OF OUR FRIENDLY STAFF MEMBERS WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST YOU WITH ANYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.
LUNCH HOURS: 1:30 - 2:00 PM DAILY
***PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINS BEFORE CLOSING TIME TO BE EVALUATED SAME DAY****
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Renewing my Rx here today was just as pleasant as getting it was here last year. Great, professional facility. Easy and convenient service. Good hours and pricing.
Great space, in a great part of town- They were nice enough to see me before lunch, I felt completely comfortable and happy that they were there to help
Felt very welcomed when I first walked in, and it being my first time. I felt very comfortable and always at ease. 10/10 would recommend to a friend in need of a recommendation
I can here to get my first time referral and they were very helpful. They walked me through the whole processs and were very professional about it.
I came here to get my rec again and it was swift as ever . The staff was very friendly and it's in a very convenient area . I recommend going there :)
I just got my renewal here. I was a walk in and it took just a few minutes! One page renewal form and the doctoe was gracious, helpful and understood migraines and inflammation! I was in and out quickly. Customer service is good, this place is clean and doesn't feel seedy or weird. Highly recommended. The only downside is parking on Melrose may cost you a few extra bucks unless you can find a meter. But it's so affordable and efficient here that paying 5-8 bucks for parking is well worth it!
I was greeted kindly at the door and saw the doctor soon after. Everyone was so caring and informative. The place was literally stress free and I was in and out so fast. Get your butt here ASAP if you need a card!
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