Mt Carmel Health in Hilliard, OH with Reviews -
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By: Jessalyn T.
American Health Network
Hadn't visited this office in a few years and my most recent visit was not a favorable experience. Staff doesn't seem to know what they're doing. Told me I needed to have a blood test, and after blood was drawn they let me leave the office. Called me 15 minutes later and asked me to turn around and come back because I was supposed to wait there for my results. Just received a call today from collections that I owed them a balance. Never received one bill. They failed to update my address although I filled out paperwork with this information the day of my visit. Overall, they seem like they're just lazy or completely incapable of doing their jobs. Either way, I won't be back.
By: Calvin H.
ExpressMed Urgent Care
My wife went in because she had symptoms of a UTI. She informed doctor she was nursing to a 4 day old baby. They prescribed her an antibiotic. Thankfully before she took it we learned it can't be used while nursing. So we're out a co pay and cost of medication. Also had to schedule another appointment with her normal doctors. Urgent cares are supposed to be convenient but this location made our experience more of an inconvenience. Also I don't think from our experience doctor is well educated.
By: Kevin N.
American Health Network
Absolutely terrible. Staff is rude and non helpful. You can never get a hold of anyone and they take days to call you back. Doctors don't listen to your thoughts or investigate, they act as if you're taking up their time write you a prescription collect your money and get you out the door. Would not recommend.
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By: Patricia A.
ExpressMed Urgent Care
I keep coming back...Wonderful service..and Doctor is polite and knowledgeable. I do recommend this Urgent Care.
By: Grady skip C.
OhioHealth Workhealth Hilliard
I broke my left at work Dr.Jeffrey T Davis insisted I was able to work even after I inform him I work in a steel toe boot environment that there is NO light duty work on my job that does not require steel toe boots and that I cannot return to work wearing one steel toe boot..the information Dr.Jeffrey t. Davis provided in my report and the countless rescheduling for a follow up visits due to some personal drama Dr Davis was having caused me to be denied with my workers comp claim and I'm having a hell of a time getting approved for short term disability ****I WILL NEVER GO TO THAT LOCATION AGAIN****
By: Amber S.
ExpressMed Urgent Care
I accidentally hurt myself while trying to check out a flat tire on our van in May. Thinking that it would be better to go to an urgent care for an x-ray would be cheaper than going to an ER, I went here. My insurance covered most it and then my medical reimbursement account paid the rest. Now in September I am receiving collections notices on an amount that has already been paid and I have given them all the information regarding the payment, but they won't even try to find it.
By: Mother T.
ExpressMed Urgent Care
I went to ExpresMed with my 7 yr old daughter who had a deep cut/puncture on her knee and she needed sutures. I explained the nature of the injury, including the puncture which would require extra disinfection. The Dr. (dark male...I wasn't introduced to him to know his name) disregarded my comments and after minimal flushing began suturing the wound. The next day my daughter's wound was visibly infected (2 inch ring of hot redness around the wound) so I took her to Children's Close to Home Urgent Care where their suture specialist informed me of several mistakes with the sutures. 1 - There weren't enough sutures for a cut as long as hers. 2 - The sutures were stitched too far away from the cut, causing a railroad effect. 3 - The stitches were so tight they had cut into the skin causing 4 deep horizontal cuts which will scar as badly as the initial wound. While the staff was pleasant and we were in and out quickly, the poor care we received for a common issue will cause me never to return. I'll drive the extra 20 minutes to a facility that has actual skilled staff.
By: sweetmom7
Dr. Mark Andrew Dewalt, DO
With small children, they know us by name as many times we have had to come here. They are really nice caring doctors- Dr. Mark and Dr. David both. Easy to schedule, not too long of a wait, and all staff are really friendly and caring. Dr. Mark sent our youngest as a baby to a really good ear specialist-one he trusted his own children with, and I have to say, overall, that's the type of Dr. I would like for my family. He was even nice enough to squeeze us in to get an uncooked noodle my youngest decided to stick up his nose one day!! Thank you DeWalt Dr.'s for all you've done/continue to do!
By: Brian M.
ExpressMed Urgent Care
quick and very nice...thank you
By: pasha.buyanov
ExpressMed Urgent Care
Went there with my 3yo daughter. She was coughing a lot so figured Id go and check, just in case. donata rechnitzer, a "doctor", looked in my daughter's ear and sad she had an ear infection and also pre bronchitis state. Needless to say, she prescribed antibiotics. It was suspicious cause there was no fever and ears were not bothering my baby. So, I went to the emergency room just to be said that ears are perfectly fine and the cough is just a simple cold. NO ANTIBIOTICS NEDED!!! Do you guys even care that these are little kids you are working with?! Dont go there! Spend more time in the hospital but let professional take care of you!
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