STT Ambulatory Care Clinic
Has anybody used the Ambulatory Care Clinic on St. Thomas? Any thoughts/reviews? Is there another Urgicare on St. Thomas? Thanks!
I have been there a few times with excellent results both in care and knowledge.
Dr. Flowers is very good and very helpful. They are open 7 days a week and late into the evening with walkins welcome -will take Medicare --- and I recommend the facility highly.
Is that the same Dr. Flowers that has a malpractice case against him for the removal of the wrong body part during surgery?
Dr Elizabeth Flower is a family practice specialist at the ambulatory care facility, not a surgeon. There is a (unrelated) Dr George FlowerS on STT who is an orthopedic surgeon.
It was the orthopedic surgeon that has the malpractice charge.
Dr. Elizabeth Flowers is at the Ambulatory Care facility - is not an orthopedic surgeon - does General practice and is an excellent physician for the type of medicine that the facility is designed to treat. The fact that they are open every day and into the evenings is really a fine option and a welcome alternative to Emergency Room care at the Hospital.
Where is this located, EZ?
It is in new building behind hospital. I think it's called Royal Palm? My wife uses Dr. Flowers as a primary care doc. She does take appointments on certain days. I used her when I threw my back out so I could get muscle relaxers. It can be quite busy there but overall she is a good doc
If you take the road up between the Sugar Bay PO and RLS hospital it is located in the 1st building on the left -- [Foothills?]
Foothills is past the Daily News where they're putting up a new building next to the newer complex that's there and nicely landscaped. I was just wondering if it was by RLSH or out in East End. Thanks.
Sugar Estate PO - not Sugar Bay -- too quick and pre coffee typing.
There are three newish buildings behind the hospital. From west to east: Royal Palm, Foothills and the new, garish independent living apartments for senior citizens.