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First Med Urgent Care: Fireworks Can Be Dangerous 

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) 240 people on average go to the emergency room every day in the month surrounding Independence Day. Urgent care equipment only allows for treatment of minor burns and because we don't want you to have to visit an ER, we are helping to spread the word about firework safety. If you plan to purchase your own fireworks this year, our urgent care staff is bringing you the CPSC's suggested safety tips: 


Today I chose to go to First Med Urgent Care on 4510 N.W. 39th Expressway, OKC. Prior to arrival I reviewed the comments on the website. The majority of the comments were favorable, with the exception of a few poor reviews. I decided to go , I arrived at 7:45 a.m., I was seen by the front desk, nurse (Amber) and doctor (Liz) with in 30 minutes. My overall experience was "Wonderful", "Professional", and "Caring". The nurse and doctor deeply care about the patients. 

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