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By: John R.
im here now, never a doctor around. They misdiagnosed me,,, they should have waited for mri results before telling me I had a stroke.
By: M M.
NCH...Never Come HomeThe downtown experience is a true nightmare.Don't let the advertising fool you. This place is awful. Just don't do it.
By: Nancy L.
NCH North Naples Hospital
Once again NCH has turned us over for collection on a bill we have proved 3 times we paid on time a year ago. I am going to let John Morgan handle this one. Perhaps it is going to take a lawsuit to end the unwarranted harassment by their billing dept.
By: Nancy L.
Be very careful of doing business with NCH health systems as their accounting dept will double bill both you and your insurance company and send you to collections for bills already paid in full as soon as bill was received. I am heading to an attorney the first of the week to file suit against them for over billing, refusing to acknowledge properly paid bill even after they were furnished proof of payment by our bank, and for billing for services not performed. They billed for 5 therapy sessions that my husband never attended and they were notified in advance he was not going to coming back well in advance of the visit. Our insurance company was billed and they paid so they are going after them for fraud also.
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