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By: Katy C.
Amstadt, Christine A, MD
She isn't really their to listen, she makes her own assumptions and no matter what you say she won't listen. She use to be a good doctor but these last few appointments I have become disappointed
By: Julia W.
Dr. John M. Saran, MD, FACP
Very integrative! Was very aware of my goals that I had and continues to work with me on myself whether sick or simply needing a prescription. I was pleased due to the fact that it is very difficult to find a PCP nowadays. Thank you!
By: Deb M.
Susan B Myket & Assoc
Deb M.This place was horrible. I took my son there for testing. They did a horrible job. I did not have much contact with them at all. They said that they were willing to work with both of my insurances. They took the BCBS but when it came time to deal with Tricare. They totally would not deal with Tricare at all and clearly stated that they give a big enough discount on the BCBS end of things that they are not willing to take what Tricare is willing to pay. Greedy bastards have money on their mind and not the kids best interest at heart! Be warned!!! Don't let them lie to you. They won't release his report of any of his testing or anything of that nature until they are paid what they want to be paid!!!
By: Brent R.
Carl Pfeiffer Treatment Center
My mother took me here when I was about 12 or so. That decision changed my life, who knows how I would have turned out otherwise. All I can say is thank you! This place means the world to me.
By: Steve F.
Susan B Myket & Assoc
Impossibe to work with. Went in for a consult to evaluate their service for my child. Doctor was personal enough, but when we found that they were no longer in our insurance network, we notified them that we'd not be moving forward with using their services. First, they bill for 100% rate without any submission to insurance which even out of network would have knocked down the rate to a reasonable and customary charge, secondly, they have the worst billing department who work 9-12, 1-3 Monday thru Thursday, and never answer their phone to get the issue resolved. After calling 3 times and failing to reach their billing department or get a call back, I left it be. 6 months of no return calls from them, then they sent the bill to collections, again at the full rate. Then they pull some BS form out they force you to sign before stepping foot in the door that they claim they have a right to collect and bill your credit card at will. Next stop, a call to the Illinois consumer protection bureau. They are a complete fraud and scam shop. Plenty of good providers out there who would work within reasonable insurance and billing guidelines rather than trying to bilk anyone coming thru the door for a couple hundred bucks to spend 30 minutes tellng you how they can "help"
By: saenz_46
Sheron Brown MD
I had a great experience with Dr. Brown
By: sandra.duszynski.3
Cox David F MD
dr. cox and dr. de bartolo are excellant eye care doctors. they have taken care of my eye problems to date. I am having some difficulties lately and have been going to dr.cox and I am sure he will solve my recent problems
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