Dr Green in Idaho Falls, ID with Reviews - YP.com
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By: M R.
Dr. Dan I Dragotoiu, MD
Very arrogant, rude , unprofessional , I went in there for help and the minute I walked into the door raised his voice almost to the point of yelling, barley giving me a chance to speak myself acting like I have no clue about the medications that work for me , hello this is not my first rodeo I moved here and just needed to continue what I am on , no way getting through to him I had to just walk out. if you have the opportunity to see any other dr. then do it. don't waste your time like I did. this star system does not offer a .2 of a star, but I would give him point to for trying
By: Carrie A.
Medical Imaging Associates
I was sent to collections by them for a bill I never recieved. I tried to call them to discuss this and figure out what the bill was from that I didn't pay that I never got and they won't return my phone calls. I am also frustrated at them because a month before I got a call from the collection agency I had recieved a bill from them and I called them a paid that one and at that time they never told me of any other outstanding bills I had with them. Do Not use them if you have to and if you do I hope you don't get sent to collections. I wish I had a way to contact their CFO and file a formal complaint to get s policy change. Their billing department could have and should have called me to say hey do you know you have a bill here and I could have paid it and take care of it at hat time instead of being sent collections and damaging my credit score! This is serious business and hey won't even return a call.
By: Barbara H.
Family First Medical Center
Great Family Medical practice for all medical needs. Although I don't have young children I hear it's a great practice for those that do. Lots of caring professional people.
By: Jodi S.
Family First Medical Center
Me and my husband have been going here for a year and we love our experiences. The Drs are fantastic and actually listen to us. I feel valued and that they really want to help us unlike other Drs.
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By: Michelle B.
Idaho Urgent Care
Was seen on Tuesday, and it was the slowest visit to an community care facility ever. Over an hour and there were not people in there. Then I was misdiagnosed with a viral infection and told if it was better by Friday to call and they would prescribe antibiotics. On Friday I called several times and was told they will call back and they never did. On Saturday I went to Community Care and was diagnosed with sinus infection and bronchitis.... 5 days I spent sick taking medication that wasn't helping what I had.
By: L A.
Idaho Urgent Care
On two occassions this week I have walked into the office and each time the receptionist has said "I'll be with you shortly" while she is doing something on the computer. A gentlemen walked in behind me and she told him the same thing. He was obviously irritated by the fact that she was too busy with her computer to greet him and get him checked in so he left. I don't blame him as I have never had this problem when I have gone to the Urgent Care office until now. It frustrates me as well to the point that I will turn around and go somewhere else if this receptionist continues doing this. It is somewhat rude in my opinion.
By: natalieharris
Dr. Daniel K Hinckley, MD
Grossly negligent. Overreaching his bounds. Not an oncologist. Paralyzed both vocal chords in two separate thyroidectomy procedures. Ruined my mothers life and denies these claims. Proceed with the utmost caution because he lies about ability and experience.
By: har97019
Family First Medical Center
The doctors at this place are pretty good and in general, I think they do a good job. But the stupid receptionists at this place, in particularly one named Carrie, are just way to annoying and frustrating to deal with to make it worth going to this place. She's rude and attempts to be condescending which is pretty difficult to listen to coming from a moron who works as a receptionist for a living. If she hates her job, she should find a new one rather than trying to take it out on family first's customers.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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