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  • 1.Mana Fountain Plaza Clinic

    801 SE Plaza Ave

    Bentonville,AR

    2.70 mi

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10/29/2014
By: Karen F.
Mercy Health
Had first visit, given a new Rx and a referral to another specialist. Referred to another mercy clinic that isn't taking new patients in the foreseeable future and said to check back in a year. Also there was only one dr. at that clinic that was on my blue cross plan and she does strictly pediatrics. This office absolutely refuses to refer me to any of the many other available doctors that are on my blue cross plan because they are not Mercy doctors! This is ridiculous and illegal! I also had a severe reaction to the new RX and cannot take it and their response was that's to bad and we'll see you in 3 months at your next appointment, so I'm left with nothing for pain.
06/03/2014
By: Allen M.
Mercy Health
I was sent here for a simple drug screen by my future employeer. I've never been to this clinic but currently go to other Mercy facilities and am in good standing yet this clinic found me in their system then called the supervisor to look at her screen. After some laughing the lady informed me they could not see me even for a pre-employment drug screen and would not explain the reason. They embarrassed and disrespected me as well as treating me indignantly while amusing themselves at my expense. This has cost me an Approx. $60,000.00 a year job with no explanation. I checked the Mercy system and was told I am in good standing . Mercy as a whole has been great to deal with but I certainly would not recommend this clinic!
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