I was a long-time patient there, but quit them at my last visit due to an outrageous new policy whereby I was being asked to provide written proof that I had paid my health insurance premium for that month. Since I wasn't notified about this beforehand, I didn't have it when I showed up for my appointment and was denied service. The belligerent receptionist tried to blame it on Obamacare, but that was a lie. When I got home I phoned my insurance company and they were flabbergasted. My rep phoned their office, spoke to the same receptionist who proceeded to hang up on him. He helped me find a new doctor! The office is divided into two suites, 301 & 303. I used to be a patient in 303 and was always treated well until my physician retired last year. Then I started being seen in 301. The doctor was personable and his assistant was very nice, but the reception area was often a site of confrontation with patients and I had long wait times there (45 minutes or more.) Also don't pay the $25 fee for filling out forms unless you are on Workman's Comp or involved in some other litigation.
Medical care: diabetes
Date February 2016
Posted: 5/01/2016 • Link to this review
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