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07/07/2015
By: Laurie K.
Premier Family Care
the doctors are good I really like them and when they say it will be covered you believe them. The problem is that the billing staff and the doctors do not communicate with each other. I ended up paying for things that should have been covered. The staff was of no help in correcting the mistakes.
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07/07/2015
By: Mark U.
Premier Family Care
Good Physician but the lazy staff will cost you lots of unnecessary co pay. They don't care if they bill the wrong code or order the wrong test. You will pay for their incompetence.
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