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We have had a couple of issues with bill paying, which is annoying, but nothing too bad. The online option to pay for the pediatric clinic is temperamental, and I've often paid as soon as I got the first bill, then gotten second or third bills for the same payment, or been told at reception that I had a balance. It's supposed to be fixed now, but we haven't used it in the last couple of weeks, so fingers crossed!
All in all, I love this place, the doctors and nurses are friendly and knowledgeable, and always put my son at ease. And his anxious mother!
& answer questions. She asked my daughter about basic safety questions (does she wear a seat belt, bike helmet, etc). I mentioned that some of my daughter's friends have made comments about her still being in a booster. Dr
The waiting room had 2 sides, one was supposed to be for sick kids and the other for well visits. Our baby was in for a check up so we sat on the well side.
The office was hot and crammed full of screaming kids. The toddler next to us was coughing up a storm so I had to cover my baby's car seat with a blanket. While waiting, I needed to change a diaper but I did not see a restroom anywhere. I tried to ask the nurse at the front desk but there was already a line of people checking out. By the time I was called back to see Dr.
I had a few questions about breastfeeding and he looked uncomfortable and told me to make an appt with one of the nurse practitioners. Dr.
Out of respect, we made another appt and this time we saw Dr.
We have been going to her since she worked at Child Care Limited, then followed her to her own practice, Leawood Pediatrics, in March 2012. My records only go back eight years, but I know it’s been slightly longer than that.
Upon moving to her own practice, she chose the best possible partners (we love all of the doctors there), but made some terrible missteps with office management – which I believe was handled by employees the physicians hired. Along this bumpy road, there were several hiccups and things that were far more challenging, all administratively, than we had experienced at our worst providers. The office managers seemed nice enough, but they always had someone to blame – a new system, someone who just left, etc.
For example, in Aug 2012, we were billed $255.27. But, our insurance EOB said we only owed $105.27. I spoke with someone named
I know. I never ended up paying too much because I caught all of the errors. But, you’ll see why this matters:
As of May of 2015 (just days before an annual appointment), we received notice that they had implemented a new payment policy of either (a) requiring direct access to our payment method (which is a bank account) or (b) a deposit of $200 payable to Leawood Pediatrics. (Like an escrow account, but not for your mortgage … just for ear infections and the stomach flu. Sound a bit much? Do they have that many people not paying their bills?) Despite years of prompt and accurate payments on my part (never late), and fending off incorrect amounts on their part, they were requesting direct access to my bank account?
I tried calling Dr
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As much as we love Dr
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