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  • I went to see Dr. Caitlin Garwood because I was have pain in my toe. She did x-rays and determined that the problem was due to a bone issue. So we found that there were other issues I wouldn't have known about otherwise. I was very pleased with the care I received. She was friendly and explained everything to me. Excellent experience!
    - Precious and .
  • AVOID THIS PLACE. The midwives were excellent in delivering my child. However, their billing is predatory, sloppy, lazy, and trigger happy (when it comes to sending to collections) and will easily cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars (given higher interest rates on a mortgage) even when you want to pay your bill on time. Do not go here or the (inaccurate) damage to your credit will cost you an enormous sum far beyond what your hospital bill might cost. Not to mention you may end up back in the hospital given the exasperation and stress of dealing with a group that follows no standard practices. Washington Hospital Center sent my bill for my baby's delivery to an old address I haven't lived at for 6 or 7 years (no idea why; I used my current address for any forms I filled out when I arrived at the hospital in labor). 29 days (!; not the typical minimum 90 days; not even 60!) after mailing my first bill, they sent my bill to collections. Mind you, I hadn't even received a bill at this point since they mailed it to the wrong address, and my baby was only 1.5 months old by the time they sent it to collections. 22 days after sending me the bill they sent the bill again, then 29 days (!) after sending the 1st bill, it was already sent to collections. Why did they never call my phone number to ask why I hadn't paid the bill? Why did they have the wrong address? Why did they make no attempt to verify my contact info? Why didn't they follow the industry practice of waiting 90 days; they didn't even wait a measly 30 days to send it to collections? I didn't get an answer. The customer service agent helping me herself said "I'm kinda shocked they did send it so early. Usually they'll wait for 3 bills [to be sent out]." The billing department was either lazy, unwilling to do their job, and/or lacks standard practices (e.g., verify that they have the correct information; or use the additional contact info they have to call me before destroying my credit). Sending a bill to collections does enormously costly damage to your credit which is incredibly time consuming to fix (and difficult to actually verify that it is fixed). Then the burden is on the consumer to verify that it's been removed which can be difficult and is a cost to the patient who was wrongly accused of delinquent payment. I did a free credit check two months ago so I am unable to do another free check that my credit was not marred by this inaccurate collections action. I only found out about this because when my baby was 3 months old I was eager to settle my bill to figure out how much to put in my health savings account and called them up to ask when they'd send me a bill and what I owed. Patients shouldn't have to reach out to a hospital; a hospital should reach out to patients and, if it doesn't hear back, use alternative contact info or verify the info it has. I am unable to verify that my credit has not been damaged and the burden should not be on me to ensure that my credit is not damaged; a company that falsely sends a bill to collections should provide a credit check service free of charge to the falsely accused individual. This is not how I want to spend my time, energy, or money given someone else's mistake. Washington Hospital Center should follow standard industry practices regarding length of time before sending a bill to collections. To do otherwise can be financially devastating for an individual attempting to obtain a loan (and bad credit also hurts your job prospects). In addition, if a patient does not respond to a bill, medical practices should be required to use whatever alternative contact information they have to reach out to customers at least once before that countdown starts. If there is no minimum amount of time before which a bill can go to collections, that is terrifying for a consumer; if a bill could legally be sent to collections 1 minute after it is mailed out, I never want to visit a doctor again; a simple checkup could be financially devastating. The recovery room wasn't great either (we were interrupted or awoken every few hours to check on me or baby or to ask how we'd rate hospital or because someone realized they'd step into the wrong room or didn't need to draw blood after they'd already woken everyone up at 3am--please double check before you walk into a room and wake up two people and a 1-day old baby who are struggling to sleep.
    - Elizabeth T.
  • I had that before I retired and I kept it after retirement. It works for me. I'm happy with what I have. It was expensive but I feel like when I need to go to the doctor, I can just pick up the phone. Somebody doesn't have to recommend I do something. I can just call and make an appointment. So, I like that. You pay a co-pay fee but it's not humongous or anything. They need better telephone service when you call people and stuff. But that is not necessarily the provider's fault. That might be the hospital's fault. I had an incident last week when my husband had an appointment. When the lady called, she said one doctor's name. But it wasn't his last name, it was his first name. He already had another doctor with that last name. So I had to call to straighten it out. I was like, "Why would you call and give a doctor's first name?" So, I had to call to straighten it out. When I called, they put me on hold. It's expensive but it's worth it. They send you e-mails and they send you reminders. I have a nurse that calls me all the time asking me how I'm doing. Even though it could be annoying, they pay attention. When it was time for me to do my taxes, I just have to call them and say, "Okay, what did I spend?" So, I don't have to keep up with every little receipt. They know exactly how much I spent for doctors, for a co-pay and what I spent for pharmacy and even hospital stuff. So that made it really easy doing the taxes. They're pretty responsive. The person that answers the phone will work it out for you. Their coverage is pretty good. You do have to pay when you see a specialist. But it is still that small fee.
    - Laverne M.
  • Jesse responded right away. He provided several health insurance quotes that met my criteria. He responded very quickly to all my questions. He made, what could have been an overwhelming process, very easy.
    - Laura J.
  • It went awesome. 
    We had been working with another broker, but the policies they quoted us were too hard to decipher, so we reached out to Josh for a second opinion.  He was instantly helpful, responsive, provided excellent and thoughtful advice on the level of coverage we needed (and what we could clip).  He proactively tailored our policies to our needs, and was a dream to work with.  Smart, efficient, and cheap, I will never buy insurance from any one else ever again.
    - Daniel G.
  • They are wonderful and they do a good job. They would deliver my medications to me. I moved but I still go there. I like the pharmacy the way they are. I trust them and when you in there you know all the latest medications.  They even know a lot about Medicare and they are really helpful. I have not had any problems with the medications. They are always polite. I called about a medication and they did not have it but they told me where could get it.
    - Frances M.
  • I am satisfied with CVS; they are fine. They are new and are very prompt. They were quick about filling my last prescription and there were no lines.  I think it is because they are new and have not gotten a huge customer base yet. They are nice.

    - Jeffrey A.
  • They are the best hospital around and I trust them.  They have military doctors and they are pretty good.  The scheduling is difficult and the worst part of going to the hospital.  Their current system is horrible.  I always get the voice mail every time I call.  They also called me back at a time that I was not available.  I was not sure if they got my messages because I left voice mails.  Other than that, the service is great once you are in. They will treat you extremely well.  They will put you at ease.  

    I have been going there since 2005.  But I don?t go there often.   
    - Deborah P.
  • This hospital has a great staff, and in particular, fantastic nurses for whom I cannot give enough praise. The facilities were great, and everyone was extremely attentive.
    Our only negative was that our daughter ended up in the NICU for a week due to various items that the hospital wanted monitored. I appreciate the precautions, but she was initially hooked up to monitors due to a blood test that a doctor later believed was contaminated. Then while under 24/7 monitoring, other issues requiring additional monitoring popped up (issues that a majority of babies hooked up to 24/7 monitoring would probably show).
    - Michael S.
  • After I left the office, I started to notice that my arm was slightly swollen. By the next day, it was achy and puffy. After a few days, my arm started bruising all along my forearm and my elbow. I went to the doctor and he said that the phlebotomist had punctured the vein and prescribed me antibiotics because there was a concern about an infection in the vein. I alerted Quest about the issue, and told them I didn't want to be charged the co-pay given what had happened. They didn't charge me and they provided training to the phlebotomist. I hope the training worked because I was quite injured!!!
    - Katherine C.
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