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Though she and her staff were nice enough, their billing department is a disaster. I got bills that didn’t seem right (didn’t seem like the correct amounts had been submitted to insurance, etc.). Their billing department is surly, unhelpful, and condescending when questioned and submitted my account to collections in the midst of our trying to get everything straightened out with insurance. In the end, even though everything was straightened out and paid in full, they continued to treat me like some sort of deadbeat. My last interaction with them, in nushells, was... yes, we know your account is paid in full. Go to another clinic."
It is possible that I will see Dr. "
when he was unsure about the growth. When making the appt.
I was told that if I did not make it at the appointed time I would
be charged anyway - unless I gave 24 hours notice. Fortunately,
I did make it to the hard-to-locate office on time.
...more /> After waiting about 35 minutes to be called to the "little room"
and then waiting for the good doctor another 15-20 minutes
there for her, she did come in, flashed a quick smile, took a
look at the growth and pronounced her treatment for it - freezing
it. Within a minute or two, that was complete, the doctor hurried
from the room, and I from then on was to communicate all questions
to the attending nurse. I was handed a sheet which specified what
to do to medicate the frozen area until my next appointment two
weeks away. I called the next day and asked a question about
treatment, and instead of getting an answer, I was asked to "come in"
as the doctor would like to see the wound. Though this was
inconvenient and I saw no purpose except to satisfy the Dr's
curiousity, I did go in, let the doctor see the draining wound.
When leaving I asked for any paperwork documenting my visit,
but was just told each time that there was none and that insurance
would cover any bill. I was reminded of my upcoming appointment,
and sent on my way.
Upon my return to the office a few weeks later, the doctor pronounced
the wound healing nicely and then began to examine my face for areas
where her laser could beautify my face in a matter of moments, but at
a cost of several thousand dollars not covered by insurance. Rosacia,
freckles, age-spots all could be gone. The doctor spent about 15
minutes discussing this new business, much longer than the 2 minutes
treatment. Each visit would result in a rushed peek by the doctor of the
growth, a follow-up to check its healing, and then another session of
freezing. I'd ask to get a zap each visit, not every other one, but was
told this was not how the doctor wanted it.
Long story shorter, I stopped going back after four visits. Then the bills
started to arrive. This
most not covered by my insurance. I was charged the full rate for the
office visit when I came in at the doctor's request to satisfy her curiousity
as to what it looked like after her initial freeze. Since my deductible was
not yet paid for the year, I had to pay nearly $400 out-of-pocket. I wonder
how long the visits would go on if I didn't just refuse keep going back...
The remaining wart is not completely gone yet, but I've decided to self-
medicate to completion.
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