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  • A
    Simply Women's Health
    The moment you walk in the office they welcome you in. They take the time to go over everything about the appointment before meeting with the doctor. Once you meet with the doctor, she gives you her full attention. The doctor tries to think of and research any and all option to help heal or comfort any pain. The doctor is always looking out for the best interest of the patient.
    - Corina M.
  • A
    Saltzer Medical Group
    I was seen by a new member of the Team.  Dr Josh Lundberg.  

    Waiting time was non-existent.  The minute I turned in the clipboard, I was in.  

    I had a 07:45 check-in.  I arrived at 07:35 and found the Saltzer building was locked at all entrances. A staff member was kind enough to let me in the building.   

    I was pleased with our initial interaction.   Dr Lundberg was thorough and covered all the needed bases.  I was left with a bit of an (expected)  project to put my health on track.   Dr. Lundberg has a great personality and background. 

    We went through all of the details and are planning a follow up appointment in January.      

    - Michael C.
  • A
    Primary Health Medical Group - Overland Clinic
    It went very well. Dr Ruiz was very kind, gentle, and through as she checked out my ears. She explained to me what she saw and wrote me a prescription for a nose spray and an antibiotic. She taught me a different way to use it so that it would most effectively help my ears and told me to try that before using the antibiotic, because there wasn't much evidence of a bacterial infection yet.
    - Michelle S.
  • F
    Digestive Health Clinic
    I scheduled an appointment six weeks
    in advance and arranged for the necessary 1 ½ days off work. The
    clinic called shortly after my appointment was scheduled and left a
    phone message requesting a call back to answer questions about my
    appointment. It took almost three weeks and six return phone calls
    before I was able to speak with clinic staff and answer their
    questions. These questions were standard health history questions,
    nothing special or particular. The clinic then sent test- specific
    instructions and some paperwork to fill out and bring with me to my
    appointment���many of the same questions I had already answered over
    the phone.
    At 5:09 pm. the day before my
    appointment the clinic called and left a phone message stating that
    because I had not returned their calls to answer questions about my
    appointment they had canceled the appointment and I would have to
    reschedule. I have a recording of this phone call and will provide
    it on request. Of course it was too late to revise the arrangements
    I had made to miss work for this test and the clinic doesn't answer
    their phone after 4:30 pm., so I was stuck with debiting 12 hours of
    my allowable time from work for nothing. I called the clinic back and
    left a message that I would not be rescheduling the appointment; I
    had in fact spoken to them two weeks earlier to answer all of their
    questions; and I would be discussing their poor practices with my
    physician.
    The next morning, 15 minutes before my
    (now canceled) scheduled appointment, the nurse assigned to mange
    the test left a phone message to tell me it appeared there was a
    scheduling problem, and additionally, the clinic did not have the
    equipment to do my test. The nurse went on to say if I would call and
    speak to her there were a couple of other things they might be able
    to offer me and we could reschedule the appointment to discuss it. I
    have a recording of this phone call and will provide it on request.
    When my doctor called DHC to request
    the results of my test the clinic told my doctor I had canceled the
    appointment.
    There are serious problems with this
    clinic's behavior and I believe the business practices routinely
    employed by clinic staff are fraudulent and the medical practices
    employed by this clinic are hazardous to patients and detrimental to
    the health of any person that receives care or services from this
    facility.
    Clinic staff are unable to
    successfully navigate the administrative processes used by the
    clinic to schedule services and accurately record information or
    communicate with patients and referring physicians.
    The clinic is imposing costs on
    patients without providing goods or services.
    The clinic habitually deviates
    from standard practices regarding the use of required instruments
    or equipment and does not follow physician orders regarding
    diagnostic tests.
    Clinic staff routinely provides
    false information to physicians and purposely creates false medical
    records.
    My physician referred me to this clinic
    with orders to perform a specific diagnostic test using specific
    equipment and standard practices. I made an appointment with this
    medical facility in good faith and committed to 12 hours of lost
    work compensation in good faith, with the expectation of receiving a
    specific medical service and product. I was diligent and persistent
    in following clinic procedures and responding to clinic requests
    regarding this appointment. My expectation was that this facility
    would follow state and federal business and medical regulations.
    My experience was that this facility
    routinely conducts business in a fraudulent manner and did not plan
    to abide by standard medical practices with regard to following
    physicians orders and the creation and maintenance of medical
    records. In my opinion leading a person to believe that they will
    receive specific goods or services and then refusing to provide the
    good or service is fraud. In my case 12 hours of lost paid employment
    is $300.00. Additionally, scheduling medical procedures without
    planning to use the required equipment and then telling the patient
    at the last minute that maybe there is some other service (not
    ordered by the physician) that can substitute for what was ordered by
    the physician is irresponsible at best and I believe constitutes
    malpractice. And finally, knowingly providing a physician with false
    information regarding patient compliance with physicians orders and
    intentionally creating a false medical record is illegal. In my case
    it seems the purpose was to retaliate against me for disclosing my
    intention to relate these events to my physician by attempting to
    undermine my relationship with my physician.
    It is my observation through reviewing
    complaints made by other patients that my experience with this clinic
    is not unique. It is apparent to me that the manner in which this
    clinic conducts business and provides medical services is
    reprehensible and illegal and I am requesting corrective action
    administered through the American Medical Association, a complete and
    sincere letter of apology from the clinic, and restitution equal to
    the amount of money lost through this clinic's incompetence.

    - Susan B.
  • A
    Snow, Dr. Russell T.
    Dr. Snow did such a great job you can't even tell that my face was smashed up. He is an awesome Doctor so he is very busy plus he does mission work around the world helping others! He's always been nice and good with me, no non-sense, straight to the point.
    - P W.
  • C
    Digestive Health Clinic
    I made my appointment which was scheduled in a reasonable time. The inital staff was friendly. I then met with Dr. Schutz. I did not feel comfortable with the information I was given or felt that he was listening or understanding me. He told me to change a few things and they would call back in two weeks and go from there. Approximately 4 weeks later, I finally got a call back with the nurse asking how I was doing. I told her I wasn't feeling better but that I wanted to be seen by another doctor as I didn't feel comfortable with Dr. Schutz, the nurse indicated that I could not switch doctors and that all the doctors were of the same opinion, which I wasn't sure what was.
    At this point, I'm not sure what to do. I have heard and see good things about the clinic from Dr. Tanabe and Dr. Mallory, and with only two digestive clinics in town, I'm currently evaluating my options.
    - Josh B.
  • F
    Raquel Croitoru MD
    The most unprofessional office staff I have ever seen, Dr. Croitoru is a good doctor, but she may have lost sight on what the point of being a doctor of medicine is.  My first appointment was for 840, the office staff didn't even arrive until 905 and then unlock the doors until 910 acting as if this is business as usual.  One of the problems is that when she makes a recommendation for you to do a test you have 30 days to comply.  This was not possible for me to do because of my work schedule, as I also wanted a second opinion which I was not able to do within the 30 day window.  I was also on current new medication with this doctor and the refused to get me in contact with the nurse because I had questions about reactions I was having with the medicine.  They also refused to send my records to my new doctor that I choose because I needed help with my medications.  This office does not care about you, the patient, I do not know what they do care about, but it is bot you or about being professional.
    - Trevor F.
  • A
    The Shoulder Clinic of Idaho
    I saw Dr. Goodwin and his PA couple of times and determining all my physical therapy had done what it could , and having had a few different tests (MRI,exams etc) It was determined I needed surgery to fix my shoulder problem. The surgery went well and efficient. With in a few hours I was on my way home. Within a week I was working out...not using my shoulder of course. I was doing physical therapy @ Promotion PT . My strength is back- I cross-fit and play indoor soccer and am 59 years young! I would recommend this provider (and have multiple times) to anyone having a shoulder problem!
    - Cheri B.
  • F
    Idaho Foot & Ankle Associates
    The office visit was an unpleasant experience. I had insurance but the receptionist was suspicious of such, and had me wait over 40 minutes. I was reminded that if the insurance didn't go through I would be responsible. I said these were only replacements so this shouldn't be much and didn't need to see the doctor. The receptionist was mum on confirming the price of the replacement. I said I didn't want to get the replacements if they couldn't confirm the cost. The receptionist said I would have to ask the doctor to inquire about the cost. So I wait for the doctor and ask him about costs before sitting down in the office. He asked me what I needed and I told him just the replacement inserts. He said he would have to find out and give me a call before ordering. That was all the conversation, so I left and got a call a week later. $120 for the orthotic inserts and my insurance would cover everything, so I ordered the inserts. A week later I get a $410 bill for doctor's consultation from Idaho Foot and Ankle Associates. What consult? $410 to ask how much he is going to charge me? On top of that the rude receptionist said my insurance wouldn't cover it or the inserts now. I challenged the bill but nobody would talk to me about it, especially the doctor. My insurance paid for it, but they should not have had to. This is why insurance premiums are so high - because dishonest doctors bill for services they didn't provide. Dishonest doctor and practice - stay away!
    - Stephanie M.
  • C
    Digestive Health Clinic
    It was mostly a waste of time and money. I knew more than she did about my history. She had no new suggestions of consequence. I have tried the laxatives she suggested which help my motility problems. I still have no answers about my abdominal pain although I've had every test in the book. I feel the doctor should have been consulted or come in to talk to me.
    - Linda A.
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