Reading Health QuickCare Exeter

Urgent Care in Reading, PA

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3703 Perkiomen Ave.
Reading, PA 19606-2714
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Hours of operation

  • Monday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Friday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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About Reading Health QuickCare Exeter

Reading Health QuickCare Exeter is an urgent care center in Reading, PA located at 3703 Perkiomen Ave., . They are open 7 days a week seeing walk-in patients in Reading. Reading Health QuickCare Exeter appears to be individually owned and operated and not part of a larger network of urgent care clinics. There are, however, 2 walk-in clinics within 20 miles of Reading in cities including Wyomissing and Sinking Spring. Additionally, they have partnered with Reading Health System to better serve the patients in the Reading area.

As an urgent care center, Reading Health QuickCare Exeter provides non-emergent medical care most typically referred to as urgent care services. This category of medicine includes the treatment of allergies, asthma, broken bones and sprains, burns, cold and flu symptoms, ear, sinus and respiratory infections, insect and animal bites, stomach viruses, skin rashes and most other non-life threatening injuries, illnesses and conditions. Additionally common health assessments are typical service offerings including annual and school physicals and STD tests. While this urgent care does offer assistance with immediate health care needs, if you are suffering from a true medical emergency, go to the emergency room in Reading, PA or call 911 immediately.


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  • Posted on May 27, 2015 | Visited this location May 26, 2015
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    Doesn't keep hours

    Closing time for this facility was 8:00. We arrived at 7:50 and were met with locked doors and no response when we knocked. I can expect this kind of behavior from a McDonalds but not highly paid medical providers.

    We were forced to travel another 15 minutes down the road to another facility.

  • Posted on January 30, 2016 | Visited this location January 29, 2016
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    Not A Thorough

    I visited this local January 29, 2016, for an ear ache, the processing was fairly fast, but the exam was not thorough. The nurse practitioner just looked at my ear, suggested an antibiotic, I said that particular antibiotic does not work for me, I suggested to him the antibiotic that I respond better when I have an infection, he said he would send a prescription to the pharmacy for the antibiotic I had suggested.
    When I arrived at the pharmacy the wrong antibiotic had been ordered...very disappointed with the whole experience, not to mention they charged me for a specialist visit and I was examined by a nurse practitioner and the wrong medicine was ordered.

  • Posted on November 19, 2016 | Visited this location January 11, 2014
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    Great Quick Care in Exeter

    I've used the Quick Care in Exeter township since it opened, the second time for a lacerated finger and two years ago for cellulitis. I can't remember what I went for the first time; it was called something different then. I've also had blood tests at the same location a dozen times or more. (I switched because the Reading Health System posts everything to MyChart which I can read myself.) Check-in is a simple matter; the people are professional and friendly, and the doctors are competent. I take several supplements and ibuprofin which are blood thinners. Dr. Jani did a herculean job stitching my finger; there was blood all over. I'm amazed that the feeling in the finger came back, and gratified that my accident was handles so well. They gave me a tetanus shot (TDAP actually) and I was on my way in a half hour. The cellulitis was diagnosed by a sweet old lady doctor who prescribed an antibiotic. She recommended that I see my primary care provider in 24 hours; the PC's office called me and I was hospitalized for that one... but the original antibiotic probably prevented me from serious complications. Cellulitis often results in lost limbs and in rare cases, death.