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By: Gina S.
Mosaic Medical
First, during my initial intake in Dec 2016 I told the P.A. I have sensory integration problems and that I may take me a few extra seconds to answer her questions or that I may have to ask her to repeat the question or slow her rate of speech. She became very annoyed and said that she only has so much time to get all the information so I'd basically have to deal with it. As I said it take me a bit to process verbal information (especially when it is unexpected as in this case her rudeness) so I sat there as she continued with the exam. She also made a number of assumptions which she verbalized such as I must wear shoes too small (I had a toe issue) even though those I had shoe with a wide toe box and have never worn shoes too small. I told her that was not the case and she just gave a huff under her breath.Although the first appointment was lousy I thought I'd give her a second chance, after all we all have bad days, right? Big mistake, although during the second and third appointments (I know, what was I thinking?) she was quite pleasant she was not helpful and blew off my concerns. I have since gone to another doctor who took me seriously, and I am now better. There was also a big mix up between the front desk and the P.A. about getting a copy of earlier lab results and who was supposed to do that.Second, during my intake back in December they told me they have dental through Advantage Dental. I told the intake person I did need a cleaning so I would like to do that. I paid the $20 fee and an appointment was made at Advantage for a few days later. When I got there Advantage said this was an appointment for emergency dental only and that I'd have to reschedule, that this misunderstanding sometimes happens. Ok, so I rescheduled for a cleaning nearest time being June (!), but I took the appointment since there was no emergency. I get there and they say this appointment was not for a cleaning only for x-rays (!?). If you see my review of Advantage you will understand why I chose not to reschedule and asked for my $20 back.Here is where Mosaic comes back in. Advantage said they could not return the $20 and that I'd have to talk to Mosaic. On my way home I stopped by Mosaic where I was told by the woman who initially took my $20 that she talks to patients all the time and would have never have taken the $20 for a cleaning because the only thing they do is take the $20 for Advantage for emergency care only like a tooth extraction. She said Mosaic only takes the fee and gives it to Advantage and only they can refund it. Also, that it's not a refundable fee even though no emergency work was done and back in December Advantage just said I needed to reschedule for a regular cleaning in other words, no emergency work was done. The Mosaic woman and I went round and round (it really seemed as if she was essentially calling me a liar) a bit then I caught her rolling her eyes at the receptionist.I'm done with this place. The right had doesn't know what the left is doing, everyone seems more interested in covering their backside rather than serving the customer, and at least one of the P.A. is unprofessional.
By: cindytbend
Deschutes Foot & Ankle
"Dr. Nakadate takes time to listen and treat - you never feel like you are rushed. Very caring. You matter!"
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By: billmay02
Dr. Jon E Lutz, MD
Dr Lutz is primarily responsible for me still being alive now at age 70 still undetectble viral load after being diagnosed HIV positive in Jan 1992, 21 years ago, Dr Lutz came on the scene as the 2nd doctor. He sent me to the cardiologist just in time to prevent a fatal heart attack 06/01/1998. I has bipass sugery. Dr Lutz saved my life a second time. We both grew together, patient and doctor, as cutting edge medication in the HIV area advanced and became available. I am a patient from when Dr. Lutz was in California. Wish we had him back. Bend, OR, is blessed and lucky to have Dr. Lutz as a First Rate Physician. I still have seen Andrew Zolapa, MD at Stanford and am doing great. Dr Zolapa, a cutting edge HIV medical research doctor has been a mentor physician for Dr. Lutz.
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