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By: Mo M.
Lakeview Medical Ctr
I have acid reflux and I was coughing from this, so the ER doctor wanted to do a chest Ct scan. Really? at first he ordered a ultrasound study for a gallbladder, but I don't have a gallbladder. He even ran blood work to see if I had a PE? The place is a business and Ive noticed the ER Doctors act more like used cars salesman. They say they worry about a malpractice suit, well stop worrying about yourself and be more ethical you bad ER doctors. Everybody stay away. Yes, if you are dying maybe go, but the doctors aren't doctors.
By: jennie.klassa
Marshfield Clinic
DO NOT USE their telehealth option. You drive in to the clinic sit in an office and see an MD on TV. You still pay your office visit copay and then later in the mail an additional fee of $40 is charged to you for the hookup cost of telehealth. Are you kidding me. just another way to pad the pockets of the clinic. You get less service and are charged even more. How is this robbery legal? Called and was told by billing that yes indeed the fee stands and is correct. So let me see, less service for an additional $40 cost. DO NOT go to this shady sneaky facility.
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