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  • F
    Bethesda North Hospital
    I began seeing them weekly in 12/14. I received my first billing for this "service" in March. I questioned the amount of the bill and requested a line-item explanation of these bills from billing. After contacting my insurer (Humana) for help in resolving this problem I learned that I was being charged a $265 copay per weekly visit (15 minute appointment). There was no mention of this ridiculous copay in the line item billing I received from them - only a cryptic amount owed. I was never asked for a copay from the receptionist at the Wound Care Center. I never signed ANYTHING agreeing to this copay - I was under the impression that I would be charged a $45 "specialist" copay. I stopped seeing them when I realized what was going on. I still have the wound in my left foot.
    I feel this is an unethical billing practice by TriHealth - bordering on fraud! They hid the copay for as long as they could. If you can't afford $1,060./month, BUYER BEWARE!
    - Paul B.
  • F
    Good Samaritan Hospital
    In the beginning, we felt the pschiatry department did not act quickly enough to forcefully get her back on her medications. After one court date where it was concluded that she was complying with meds, my mother in law refused all medications. Blood tests proved that none of her medications were being absorbed (ie. she was not actually taking them). After the initial court date, she refused medication outright, and no effort was made to go to court to get court ordered forced meds. As a result, her condition did not improve. It is now mid September and her condition has not changed. We have been told by her Psychiatrist (Dr. Bernfeld) that he is going to release her next week. She is still delusional and psychotic. His reason for releasing her is (and I quote) and quot;We are not an acute care facilityand quot;.

    When she was admitted we were reassured by the social worker at Good Samaritan that they would never consider releasing a patient who is not ready to be released and yet, 3 months after being admitted, she will be out on the streets where she will be clueless about how to take care of herself. She will cause all kinds of havoc and likely be arrested and readmiited to some other hospital where maybe she will be properly treated. Had the staff at Good Samaritan dealt with her main issue (refusing meds.) three months ago, maybe she would have recovered before her and quot;time limitand quot; was up. We were never informed of any 3 month time limit. Had we known, we would have pushed harder to insist on court ordered meds. Instead, we trusted Dr. Bernfeld and his staff to take care of our mother-in-law. In return for our trust, Dr. Bernfeld and his staff have provided her with mediocre care, placated her condition to keep the peace, and are now going to throw her out on the street. What a great hospital.

    Multiple times we went to visit her and Dr. Bernfeld would make comments like and quot;She seems better rightand quot;? and she would be talking about sand coming out of her skin and glass being in her veins!! and he's asking us if we think she seems better. HA!!!! If you need good psychiatric care, don't go anywhere near Good Samaritan.

    - Tricia C.
  • A
    From checking in, completing the paperwork, and the day room I was in, they have an efficient process. The nurse assigned to me was good at checking up on me and making sure I knew what the status was for my surgery. The anesthesiologist reassured me because I was most worried about that part. I didn't have to wait long to be taken down to surgery and they let me stay awake until I got to the operating room when I asked about it. I was able to see my doctor and say hello before I went to sleep and when I woke up in recovery they made sure I was comfortable. They called my brother to come and get me and timed it well because he didn't have to wait long for me to be back in my room. At discharge, there were no problems and they kept me informed about what was going on with insurance. The business office called me after insurance had paid their part to let me know there was an outstanding balance and if I paid it by credit card that day I got a discount.
    - MICHELE C.
  • A
    Jewish Hospital, The
    - Cheryl B.
  • A
    The Christ Hospital Physicians Rookwood
    It went fine.  They were very attentive to my needs. 
    - MIKE U.
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