When my husband went there for rib pain, he was diagnosed with SEVERE Pnuemonia. The emergency room doctor on duty that morning sent him home with cough syrup and antibiotic prescriptions. Later that evening we had to call 911,because he could not breath and was in extreme pain. That mistake at Brunswick Immediate Care resulted in ICU, ventalators, chest surgeries, skilled nursing home stay and over $250,000 in medical bills. After my husband was ""out of the woods"" (*6 weeks later) , I spoke with the facility. They informed me the doctor he saw that morning was no longer employed there. It turned out he was not in my insurance network either, resulting in more out of pocket expense. You should always inquire during an emergency situation if the doctor treating you is in your insurance network! Needless to say I would never go back there for any services. Its worth the extra time to drive to a real hospital emergency room for any serious treatment.