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03/14/2017
By: Sarah G.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
Terrible and unprofessional staff! They seemed (and by seemed I mean they went to my fathers room and said this) to be bothered by my two phone calls I made to speak to the cardiologist after my father had a stroke and was scheduled for an angiogram. Pffff. The nurses name was Britney and she works on the 4th floor. I've read Yelp and Google reviews about similar instances. Do your research before visiting this place.
03/13/2017
By: Donna C.
Western Health Advantage
We have had WHA with Hills for about 20 years now. This insurance is great. We pay a copay for our doctors appointments and & 50 if we go to hospital and they cover everything else. When I do have to call for anything they are very helpful!
11/08/2016
By: Joe S.
Bennett Medical Services
Had to drive 72 miles round trip to get CPAP machine set up to get modem to work. It had stopped in late July. Drove down there in late Aug 16 and then called in Oct and asked for compliance printout. Told that no information from modem since late July. So trip was a waste. Employee called and said I could send photos of modem numbers and not need to come in. Sent photos two days later and did not hear from anyone. Finally, left voicemail on a Friday. On Monday, return call from someone else who asked what she could do. When I asked if she knew about my situation, she said no and I insisted that the manager call me.Asked for a return call in 24 hours. No call in 7 days so called and the original employee answered. Told me that modem needed replacing. She stated that I was called with that message and after I related the call I received and getting no message and no return call from the manager, she offered to come to my house to exchange the modem. Will she if she shows up,
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05/03/2016
By: Donna C.
Western Health Advantage
This is the insurance that my family and I have. This is great insurance and it covers almost all of the expenses except copayment.
04/19/2016
By: Marie Q.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
Had my last baby here!! The doctors and nurses were great!! The room was big enough for my family to fit!!
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04/14/2016
By: Donna C.
Mercy Medical Group
Karen Houseworth, MA, CEAP, CAC is an EAP specialist in behavioral health. She is a great counselor. Easy to talk to. Lots of great advise. She also does biofeedback for pain management.
03/25/2016
By: Melissa T.
Allmed Medical Corporation
The staff at Allmed is pretty nice. However the pain management doctor is unfriendly, discrediting of pain and didn't not want to do anymore work then necessary.
03/17/2016
By: joykatheryn
Sutter Community Hospitals
This is a revue of the hospital in Lake Port,CA.I was taken to Sutter Lakeside Hospital where they allmost let me Die for they were filming a movie aboult Drunk Drivers.Then they put me into ICU and there it got worse They got me out of bed after being on my back for 3 days when the nurse got me up she let go of me and I fell and tore a gash in my leg that took 92 stiches to close the Dr. I will not name names let me lay in the bed for 1hr before he came in,There is so much more it just get's worse
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02/19/2016
By: Suzie M.
Western Health Advantage
Spoke to a representative about an incident on my WHA card and she explained what happened so I would understand it. She was very patient and understanding.
10/31/2015
By: Lillian L.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
I was referred to the Maxillofacial Surgery department at the South Sacramento Kaiser for a tumor in my lower jaw bone. After multiple sugeries to remove and rebuild my jaw, my jaw is functional and looks normal. The entire staff in the Maxillofacial department is marvelous.
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