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  • 1.Talecris Plasma Resources

    5037 Preston Hwy

    Louisville,KY

    6.07 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

    In 1950, Dr. Jose Antonio Grifols Jr. was an early pioneer of the plasmapheresis technique, the process of extracting human plasma. This technique was embraced by the global medical community and rema

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10/13/2017
By: Joyce W.
Amins Family Practice -Dixie Hwy
This is the worst office that I have ever been to. The nurse practitioner Toni lied to me by telling me she was a Doctor. My high blood pressure and high cholesterol was ignored for so long that it caused me to have a stroke. When I took my concerns directly to Dr. Amin I was completely ignored. All voicing my concerns did was got me kicked out of the practice with a bogus excuse. Them neglecting my medical needs nearly cost me my life so if you care about your health this would be the last place I would go.
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04/30/2015
By: Rick M.
Well-Care Of Kentucky
Easy to see my doctor, no problems. Had delays in approvals with another company, very frustrating. Just switched to WellCare and no problems, no hassle.
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03/18/2015
By: Tiffany G.
Amins Family Practice -Dixie Hwy
Worst place to go. Staff is rude and you will be there all day with a appointment or not
03/17/2015
By: robertmd1
Well-Care Of Kentucky
I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer which has spread to my lymph nodes and my Dr feels do to the speed of it spreading it may be in my lung and Wellcare refuses to cover the Cat Scan needed to find out
06/24/2014
By: Brittney Y.
Healthcare Clinic at Select Walgreens
I stopped in to your clinic today at 4240 Shelbyville Rd. Louisville, KY 40207 around 5:45 as a follow up to a Saturday visit with the nurse practitioner, who was very helpful and caring. I went to the clinic because I don't have health insurance, or a primary care physician and had been sick with a bad cough and sinus congestion for several days. The APRN on saturday diagnosed me with sinusitis and bronchitis and prescribed antibiotics, a steroid and something to help with my cough. As we were finishing up, she mentioned that I should be feeling much better very soon, and that if my symptoms had not greatly improved in 48 hours to come back.Today, since I was not feeling better, I returned to the clinic, as I was instructed to do. The nurse practitioner today was a different woman, who I have actually seen once before. She did not tell me her name. I told her of my Saturday visit and mentioned that I would prefer not to have to pay for another exam(my original exam was $94.00), unless she felt it was very necessary. I told her how I was feeling, fevery, achey, neck pain, but that my congestion and cough symptoms had improved. She proceeded to list various over the counter aids for congestion, suggested that I do some stretching and lose weight. Both would be wonderful facets of a long term health and wellness plan, but I don't feel would improve my current cold-like symptoms in the least.She assured me that I didn't have "anything serious" and probably wasn't dying. She also thought that my neck pain could perhaps be caused by my "very large breasts." While it's true that I do have larger than average breasts, the discomfort that I'm feeling now, is in no way related to that feature of my body. I am a reasonable person, I know there is no miracle cure to my symptoms, be they viral or bacterial, but I returned to the clinic as I was told to do, in hopes of treatment. Not only did the nurse practitioner today offer no help, she managed to make me feel worse, a feat I didn't think was possible on my walk into your store.When I saw this woman previously, I must admit, she rubbed me the wrong way, but I know we all have bad days. Today I left your store feeling unheard, neglected, preached to, and insulted. I'm writing this because I know that I can't be the only person this woman has offended.I will not return to this clinic for fear of meeting this nurse practitioner again, she is neither sympathetic or professional.
05/17/2013
By: misterphillips
CSL Plasma
Whoever made the rules in this place is out of touch with reality. NO CHAIRS?!?! Waiting followed by waiting. When I asked "why no chairs?", I was told that I could go somewhere else...Rude. Once on the donation floor I waited an additionam 45 minutes while one or two workers appeared to be actually working. The rest talked and went on break. Overall the place is obviously classiest and cruel to those of us who don't need an additional 2 hours of standing.
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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.
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