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Beware -- this place is out to skewer anyone Provider name locked. enough to work through the door! I do want to say that my experience is with the north Meridian office which closed its doors about 3 weeks after the awful experience I had. But I think the process is probably the same at other Provider name locked. clinics so I will tell you about it anyway.
Over the summer, I bought a Groupon and hoped to get some spider Provider name locked. treatments. After having an intimidating nurse practitioner (Provider name locked. ) tell me what was involved in treating varicose veins -- the cost, how involved and lengthy the process was -- I was becoming apprehensive about going through with it. I was told the spider veins would come right back if they didn't fix my varicose veins first -- which made the procedure a lot more complicated and expensive than I had anticipated -- and frustrating, since I thought I would get some Provider name locked. help with the Groupon but soon realized that was just a loss leader for Provider name locked. to get people in the door and then ask them to spend a lot more for months and months to come.
Meanwhile, we were getting short on time to test my veins (they had miscommunicated about how long of an appointment to expect.) The receptionist (Provider name locked. ) told me she had already run my groupon through -- which I think is unfair because I didn't know whether I wanted to proceed or not! She told me that I could always give it to someone else….what friend am I going to steer to this place to get gouged like I was?
I decided to go ahead and come back the next day so I could get my varicose veins tested and see how bad they really were.
I showed up for the test and the ultrasound tech (who was a wonderful person -- the only one in that office!) could see that I was having a lot of anxiety over this treatment. She talked to me for about 15 minutes and we decided I wouldn't have the test run…I wasn't ready to go through with the pain and inconvenience of treating my veins at that time. I was told that since we hadn't done any testing, there wouldn't be a charge…this would be a continuation of my office visit from the day before.
However, 30 days later, a bill from Provider name locked. shows up showing they have billed my insurance and are now billing me for the remainder of a $75 office visit! I was shocked. The bill only directs you to a centralized billing office in Chicago so I called the north Meridian office and talked to Provider name locked. , sure this was a mistake. She coldly told me that I took up their valuable time (no one else was ever in the office when I was there) so I owed them for an office visit. The Groupon was supposed to pay for an office visit…and I only came back the next day because they didn't give me an accurate length of time for the initial visit!
Provider name locked. was stubborn and inflexible…said she would talk to someone about it but of course she never got back with me. So more bills kept coming and I finally paid the $60 to get them off my back. But I am so angry about the way this all went down. I feel like I was ripped off by both the Groupon and Provider name locked. (Groupon wouldn't do anything about it either but that's another story!) I 'm glad I have the Provider name locked. on Angie's list to warn others NOT to give this place your business. Please don't make the mistake I did!
- Jill M.
I originally saw Dr. Provider name locked. in this same practice. He was wonderful and took his time with my complex leg situation. He suggested that I also see his partner Dr. Provider name locked. , to see if he had any other treatment ideas. I like the fact that these two doctors worked together to try and come up with a plan for me. They both listened well and did thorough exams. Dr Provider name locked. took the time to call a specialist in another state and go over my case with that doctor. I am very happy with this vascular practice and its physicians. The office may not be fancy/nice- but the care is excellent.- DEE B.
Now, 4 weeks after the treatment, there is absolute no change to my Provider name locked. .
I called their office and was told I have to spend more money on additional treatments that may or may not work. I am getting the "we told you so" response. In person, they were so encouraging that the treatment would work, but it didn't and now to MAYBE get any results, I will have to spend another $400 - $800.
I feel that if mapping is required for this treatment to be successful, they should require all patients have this done, not just recommend it. I do not feel the examination was sufficient to actually determine how extensive my treatment needed to be. I also have no way of knowing if I actually received a true Provider name locked. treatment. For all I know, they injected saline solution in my veins knowing that additional treatment would be required.- BARBARA H.