I have never seen a coupon for this provider, nor do they ever have specials or promotions going on. I don't think they like to help people save money. It seems this practice/doctor is more concerned with money than patient care. The money issues make me wonder about professionalism and ethics. I wasn't too impressed with their level of service. It wasn't terrible but I think that I probably could've gotten better service somewhere else. They did answer my questions and spend time with me but I didn't think the office staff always understood what I was telling them. I didn't feel like the doctor was trying to rush my appointment at all; I liked him personally very much. They make no effort to make me feel special, however. I don't think they appreciate my loyalty to them.
After six office visits in a six month period, and six different labs - one blood test at a time (obvously the doctor likes to collect the office visit insurance money), plus two x-rays, the doctor said the patient had mononucleosis. The patient had already lost 30 lbs in two months. Within two weeks of last office visit and supposed clear xray, patient ended up in ICU with pneumonia. where one liter of fluid was taken off a lung. Blood tests proved that the patient not only did not have mono, but in fact had never had it. Finally diagnosed with 4th stage lymphoma, three weeks after leaving hospital.
This doctor needs to go back to medical school or retire. Even a lay person could tell this patient was seriously ill.
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