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09/07/2017
By: Shaun B.
Cornerstone Health Care PA
This place is awful. My daughter who is going to High Point was there yesterday for abdominal pain and shivering (chills). She was also taking Advil for a foot sprain (which would mask higher fever). She was treated poorly and walked out of there feeling like they thought she was exaggerating about things. She felt helpless and knew something was wrong. They refused to listen. Today she is in the ER with a kidney infection and this place said she had an upper respiratory infection and sent her home!
01/27/2017
By: Marty H.
Cornerstone Health Care
The doctor my wife sees at Cornerstone is first class and I would give her the highest rating possible. The reception staff needs to be retrained or replaced for the most part. One young woman in particular is rude and inefficient. If your are going to make people stand in one line, you should put up a sign saying so. Before the changeover you went to any open window. Now when you do that you stand there a few minutes until someone says you have to stand in one line and wait to be called by which time you have lost your place in line. Another issue, and perhaps most important is, what genius puts an urgent care clinic on the same floor with rheumatology. Rheumatology deals with auto immune diseases. Seems to me your opening yourselves up to a major lawsuit unless you supply sterile masks at check in to all the patients checking in for anything but the urgent care clinic.
08/18/2016
By: dawnrey
Novant Health North High Point Family Medicine
All this place cares about is how much money they can get from you. The front office person can't tell you how much a visit is...only says it's between $140 and $240 dollars .....they won't renew a prescription for non-narcotic high blood pressure medicine without a visit and even though I told them I can only afford $10 per month payment and have been sending that, they sent me to collections. This facility cares nothing about the patient.....NOTHING.
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07/04/2016
By: Teresa K.
UNC Regional Physicians Urgent Care
Very little wait time and my copay was 1/3 of what I would have paid by going to the ER. Convenient location and friendly staff make this my first choice when my family doctor is not immediately available.
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04/27/2016
By: Andrea T.
Bethany Medical Center
Bad.had appointments and still waited more than on hr.Dr don't listen,sometimes wasn't even in the room more than 3 min
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03/08/2016
By: miss_reader2006
Triad Women's Health and Wellness Center
Dr. Greene is an extremely thorough and caring doctor. She takes the time to listen to your concerns and I am convinced that she has my health and well being in mind. I highly recommend her to all my girlfriends.
02/17/2016
By: Royland S.
Sovereign Grace Surgical Services
Dr. Rodenberg,I came to your office in pain and left feeling that the service I received was less than stellar. I was initially impressed with the fact that your office was Christian inspired, but with your discourteous and rushed manner and the cold treatment I received while interacting with your wife, I left the appointment thinking that Christ was not at the center of your practice. Rather than treat the abscess I was suffering with (which as a surgical clinic I am sure you had the capacity to do), you gave me a prescription for pain relief and an antibiotic and the the advice to go to the emergency room if my pain became too much to bear. THE PAIN BECAME TOO MUCH TO BEAR! You departed the country the next day to aid in some form of medical missionary work, I hope that they received better free care than the 3rd World care I did. At the ER I found that your course of treatment was not recommended and outdated! You should revist the Hippocratic Oath - Do No HARM!!!
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04/28/2015
By: Ron B.
Pain Solutions of High Point
I had a similarly negative experience at my last appointment. I was never directly informed that my supplement insurance was dropped--I asked why they were not accepting the insurance policy that had been previously accepted and they then admitted that it was no longer accepted since my last appointment. When I questioned this, the response was that I "could find a new pain clinic", which is what I am intending to do!
04/16/2015
By: T L.
Pain Solutions of High Point
Reviews about Pain Solutions of High PointTMLRSLReview of Pain Solutions of High Point2.0While Janice and her immediate medical staff were great at what they do . The office staff dropped our insurance,not informing me as to what the reason was, and did not notify me until the day of our last appointment,all the while insisting that they had, however that is NOT the case. The office staff was rude at almost every visit,now I am left with the task of finding another pain provider at the last minute through no fault of my own.Thanks to Janice,a final prescription was written for me, which was very much appreciated.However,the office staff,and their procedures and rudeness along with the constant paperwork make each visit a dreaded occasion until you get back to the treatment area.This, along with the NON notification of the dropping of my insurance prompted this review, people need to be aware that this happens and they will insist they notified you when they did NOT.By TMLRSL April 15, 2015 at 10:51 PM
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04/07/2015
By: Deb D.
Dr. Sameea s Sadiq, MD
everything aout this plac sucks. Check-in took 20 minutes to find me. rude nurse ignored my issues and then took me to lab for blood work and said "set there and they'll call you." Waited forever and finally asked at desk did i need to check in and they looked at me like i was an idiot. 30 minutes later I was jabbed like a stuck pig and told that my results would be on the portal in 24 hours. The portal will not accept my patient number and the receptionist said too bad can't release that information. It,s a 3o minute drive each way to go get these stats.. Dr. was nice ,shook my hand and said you probably have heriditary heart disease. Take care. yeah obama care it only cost me $200. Even the bathrooms were dirty
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