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05/09/2014
By: Valerie L.
Emerald Medical Care
This medical center was recommended by a friend. I checked out the website and it clearly stated they take Blue Cross Blue Shield. When I came to the medical center, a staff person told me in a nasty voice: "we do not take Obamacare." She suggested I try the community clinic for the poor. I was denied insurance for almost 5 years because of a pre existing condition NOT because I couldn't afford to purchase. Never saw a doctor, and. I don't care to. The staff attitude at the reception area was demeaning and I will never recommend this place.
12/03/2013
By: Laurie R.
Emerald Medical Care
Very nice clinic, clean and comfortable. Never had issues with any billing problems. Everybody is very nice and happy. Glad to have found a new clinic to go to.
04/19/2012
By: deservesattention
Emerald Medical Care
NEGATIVE ONE STAR - The doctor is great, the billing department is very bad. Stay away just because of Darl*** she will bill you for your past medical history instead of for the actual visit you are there for. My personal experience when I made the appt for insurance incentive biometric screening I handed them the form to be completed. My first visit labs ordered then I was told to come back in for results and then they would fill out the form. They billed my insurance for 2 visits with wrong coding, coded for my past medical history conditions, conditions for which I was already under the care of another doctor for, then coded for follow up medications for a condition I did not even have. After arguing with Darl*** about this they refused to make the situation right. Saying the form was wrong I had brought the wrong form from my company. Funny looks like they would have noticed this before billing my insurance for bogus claims or seeing me with my assumption I was getting a screening. Others I work with had no problem going to their doctor and having preventive screening billed so they could get their insurance incentive. In Using this walk in clinic because my regular doctor was booked that was my first mistake. I had no idea I would be charged 320.00 for a 200.00 incentive I was suppose to receive for a biometric screening thru my company. The form was suppose to be filed correctly and come out of my preventive care covered 100%. Then I was told not to worry about it from this Darl*** it just came out of my reimbursement account. Are you kidding me you don’t understand insurance yet you do the billing!!! That is money that comes out of my paycheck I pay for ,so yes I should be concerned. Just want to get the message out to watch your claims thats all, She did reimburse my one visit admitting guilt about the form, how nice of her. I am still Out of pocket almost 150.00 because she says the form did not state to bill for just one visit. Maybe the second results visit when the form was filled out should not have even been scheduled. Or were they trying to over charge me for 2 visits in the first place? I'm not the doctor so I should not know how these things work, this is what your office staff is for to explain upfront cost. The screening form says perfect bill of health signed by the doctor. Yet the claims filed says something completely different she says I was there for a medical problem. No medical problem here, This office has the medical problems. Do not go for a simple physical it will cost you!!!
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